Dental Products Report Part of practicing dentistry is being the team’s leader and Dr. Erinne Kennedy, DMD, Dental Public Health Resident at Harvard School of Dental Medicine observes that her hygienist and assistant help her grow in that capacity.READ MORE
Dentistry iQ The end of the year is a traditional time to take stock of how your practice performed the past year in terms of production, number of new patients, collections, and other key categories. But just looking at the numbers doesn't always tell the whole story. Sometimes, you need additional information that can't be found in your practice management software.READ MORE
Dental Assistant Life We know that dental assistants are giving and compassionate. You often share with us that if you weren't a dental assistant, you still would work in a field where you could help people. You find helping patients to be rewarding, and patients are no doubt thankful for your competency, friendliness and comforting presence. We know we are!READ MORE
Dentistry iQ The dental practice is performing well by all the normal standards of success. We have lots of new patients every month, including many celebrity patients, and we have committed, capable team members who strive for daily improvement and manage themselves because they care about the practice and each other. READ MORE
Specialty Practice Management is a complete solution that offers a rapid return on your investment and improved satisfaction among your staff. Practices with 10 or fewer providers turn to this solution to manage self-pay accounts and eliminate the common mistakes that delay insurance reimbursement.
Dental Economics The dental profession is migrating to the cloud. It first started with one or two forward-thinking doctors packing up and heading out. Others took notice, and today more doctors are on the cloud than ever. You need to be on that trail, too, if you're not there already. READ MORE
Huffington Post Though state laws vary, the American Dental Association Code of Professional Conduct requires that dentists fulfill their ethical obligation to respect a patient's right to self-determination. This includes informing the patient of proposed treatments and reasonable alternatives so that patients are involved in the decision-making process.READ MORE
Dentistry iQ A new year provides us with a fresh start and endless opportunities for change. For dental practices who are contracted with dental plans, the new year means that patients have had their benefits reset and are ready to tackle dental treatment that they've either postponed or could not afford last year. As 2017 comes to a close, many dental practices face the dilemma of getting patients to accept and complete dental treatment: "USE IT OR LOSE IT."READ MORE
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