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A healthy bottom-line and continued patient generation are key components to any flourishing business. Our predicative trend monitoring highlights what is working in your practice and which areas can be improved to keep your patients, team, and budget happy. Our comprehensive financial analysis provides you with the tools and confidence to take financial control of your business. Focusing on being proactive always delivers better results with less stress than being reactive. It’s all in the planning!

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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...

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Top 4 Ways To Boost Case Acceptace In Dental Practices | Dental Coach

June 15, 2021

Treatment acceptance can be a sensitive subject for many dentists. You do not want to come across as pushy or salesy, especially for a health-related service. However, you can improve your case acceptance rate by simply rethinking the way you...

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Increase Marketing Investment to Boost Revenue | Dental Office Consultant

June 1, 2021

Every business experiences trends of increasing and decreasing revenues, and dental practices are no different. When new business slows and income begins to stagnate, many practice owners react by cutting back on budget items they think are most expendable. One...