5 Signs Your Dental Team is Suffering and How to Help

Andrew Carnegie once said, “[Teamwork] is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” When a group of people works together to achieve a common goal, few things can stop them. However, if stress, conflict, and distractions begin to take over, the...

Dental Collections: Creating a System That Works

Most businesses provide a service and receive payment immediately. Unfortunately, this isn’t the same for medical and dental care. In many cases, dentists don’t receive full payments until weeks or months after the patient’s treatment. This becomes a serious problem...

How to Boost Office Morale in the Coronavirus Pandemic

Talking through masks, empty waiting rooms, and an eerily quiet dental practice shouldn’t feel normal to any of us. As dentists and dental team members who are passionate about people and their oral health, the restrictions and consequence of the coronavirus pandemic...

Script Ideas for Dental Treatment Plan Follow-Up Calls

Being diagnosed with an oral health problem that requires treatment can be overwhelming for patients. Even though they completely understand their need for dental work, they may not be prepared to schedule their treatment appointment on the same day they were...

How to Plan for Adding New Patients to Your Dental Office

Affecting change in any business requires careful planning and a coordinated rollout. If adding new dental patients is high on your mind for 2020, the first step involves drafting a strategic plan. This road map should include goals and dates for when benchmarks...