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Practice Planning: Five Common Oversights

September 20, 2018 by

Designing or remodeling your office takes a lot of up-front planning—and there’s certainly no shortage of advice to follow. But just as important are those things you may not think about. Here are five considerations to add to your list: Plan for adequate sterilization. The sterilization center is literally the hub of your practice. Unless […]

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Are You a Workaholic? Here Are Some Signs.

August 7, 2018 by

“Workaholic” is a tricky word. Everyone knows a self-describing “workaholic.” It’s even possible you’ve been called a workaholic once or twice. But — and let’s be clear — there is a difference between a workaholic and someone who loves their work. Workaholics are missing critical distinctions between work and life. Their happiness is derived almost […]

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Digital Dentistry: How to Make the Most of Your DentalPost.com Profile

July 31, 2018 by

Let’s face it: finding great help can be hard in the era of digital dentistry and technology. Sifting through dozens of random resumes, finding the applicants with the right skills you need, trying to attract candidates through social media — there are times where hiring feels like a full-time job in itself. Feel like you […]

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5 Dental Industry Trends to Pay Attention To

June 19, 2018 by

Dental industry trends are constantly changing, and it’s important to stay on top of them to ensure you’re providing the latest and greatest to your patients. Here are five dental industry trends to consider: 1. Group Practices Group practices have increased in popularity for two big reasons: 1. The dental school debt struggle is real […]

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Unreported Dental Practice Pain Points Impact Claims, Coding and Even Security

June 12, 2018 by

Data suggests that, in many cases, outside forces pressing upon dental practice leadership may keep them from getting the most out of their practices. Tasks like the coding of claims, optimizing payer reimbursements and revenue flow, managing claims processing delays and staying on top of data security are serious challenges that take considerable effort to […]

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9 Expert Dental Office Management Tips To Enhance Your Practice

June 5, 2018 by

There are a plenty of forums and sites offering seemingly magic “dental office management tips” to dental professionals. Here’s the truth: there’s no “secret formula” to running a dental practice. It requires a lot of work, plenty of persistence, and a little bit of luck. However, there are some tried and true strategies you can […]

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National Dental Holidays To Celebrate at Your Practice

May 29, 2018 by

Looking for some social media inspiration for your practice? Just want to find a reason to celebrate our amazing industry?  Here are some dental holidays to celebrate this year. January Dental Holidays National Medical Group Practice Week (4th Monday in January) February Dental Holidays National Children’s Dental Health Month National Gum Disease Awareness Month National Toothache […]

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Improve Communication in Your Dental Office with These Tips

April 24, 2018 by

When you want to provide excellent customer service to your patients and streamline how your dental office runs, it’s time to look at ways to improve communication. When your dental office team is provided with the right tools for communication, there is less overall resentment. Treatment errors are less likely to occur, and teamwork is […]

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I Graduated Dental School, What Now?

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If graduating from dental school feels like a whirlwind of emotions, know that you’re not alone; transitioning from school into the “real world” is a big leap, and feeling overwhelmed is just part of the process. If you’re still figuring out the next step, don’t fret — everyone moves at different speeds and has different […]

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