Month: February 2019

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Dental Speaker | Revitalizing Revenues through Increased Investment

Dental Consultant Every business experiences trends of increasing and decreasing revenues. When new business slows and income begins to dip, many business owners react by cutting back on the item in their budget they think is most expendable: marketing. The unfortunate reality is that this is almost definitely the wrong step to take. When you…

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Dental Consultant | The Cost of a Toxic Employee

Dental Speaker Hiring is time-consuming, stressful, and sometimes costly. In some cases, this causes business owners to avoid firing an employee long after it has become clear that the person is damaging the overall work environment. Finding the right person for your office can be challenging. However, continuing to retain a toxic employee can be…

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Dental Consultant | Engage Patients with Community Marketing

Internal and external marketing get a lot of well-deserved buzz (they are vital to your business, after all), but that doesn’t mean they’re the only two strategies your practice should be using. Community marketing is a largely underutilized strategy that is rewarding in more ways than one. What is community marketing? Unlike internal and external…

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Dental Speaker | 3 Ways to Buy Time When Your Schedule is Full Up

Dental Consultant Time is your most precious resource. On certain days, managing your time is not only difficult, but downright impossible. Ask yourself about the strategies you are currently using to organize your day. What other tools could you be leveraging to save your practice’s most precious commodity? Here are 3 methods you can implement…

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Converting New Patient Calls during an Economic Downturn

March 23, 2020

By Beth Gaddis A lot of people are worried these days. That’s normal. The crazy stock market. Coronavirus. Travel changes. There’s a lot going on in the world. And let’s face it: that may mean fewer people will want, or...

The Pro’s Checklist to Selling A Dental Practice|Dental Consultant

December 17, 2019

As a Dental Consultant and Business Owner for over 16 years, nothing scares me more than a dental practice without a transition plan. So, when a new client informs me they have never even thought about selling their practice and...

Dental Consultant | Windows 7 is Dying––Is your practice prepared?

November 12, 2019

If you haven’t heard by now that support for Windows 7 is ending, you’ve likely been living under a rock. But, just in case that rock has sheltered you from being aware of the dangers that loom, here’s a quick...

Dental Practice Consultant | Dental Practice Human Resources: FAQs

September 16, 2020

Whether you manage human resource decisions and concerns yourself or simply oversee your practice manager, as the business owner, you are responsible for ensuring your policies are legal, appropriate, and applied fairly. You may find it useful to take a...

Top Dental Consultant | Why You Should Join (or Start) a Dental Study Club

September 2, 2020

Science is a field where the only true constant is change. Dentistry is no different. With advances in techniques and new technologies every year, it can be challenging to stay current, especially without breaking your budget. Study clubs can be...