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Providing an Ethical Second Opinion

What are best practices when it comes to managing patients who come to you looking for a 'second opinion?'

| 4 days ago
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9 Tips For Running a Successful Dental Practice

When it comes to running the best dental practice in town, what small, yet critical steps can you take to get there?

| 5 days ago
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Making 2018 Your Best Year Yet

Kick start your 2018 by setting achievable, measurable goals for your practice and ensuring you have all the right tools to get...

| 1 week ago
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The 5 Patients Every Dentist Will Treat

Are you prepared to treat these five types of patients?

| 2 weeks ago
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What Happens When a Patient Cancels an Appointment?

When a patient cancels their appointment, how can you and your team make the free time as productive as possible?

| 3 weeks ago
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Your Patient's Parents Are Not (Totally) To Blame For Their Poor Oral Health

This article will help you understand the role of genetics in determining biomarkers that could impact a patient's oral health.

| 1 month ago
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How to Avoid Becoming a "CE Hobbyist"

When it comes to implementing your new CE skills in your practice and with your entire team, are you doing so fully and successfully? This article is...

| 1 month ago
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What Do Dental Consultants Know That I Don’t?

Imtiaz Manji offers insight into the benefits dental consultants offer practices.

| 1 month ago
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Are Staff Meetings in the Dental Practice Overrated?

Dental team meetings can be one of the most valuable practice management techniques when used appropriately.

| 1 month ago
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5 Steps to Making the Most of Your Referral Relationships

Building referral relationships takes time and effort, but it's critical to case success and patient satisfaction.

| 2 months ago
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PCS: Evaluating Problems, Consequences and Solutions During a Consultation

This PCS (Problem, Consequence, Solution) roadmap will help you improve patient communication and increase case acceptance.

| 2 months ago
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A Solution to Intra-office Communication That Doesn't Involve Sticky Notes

Relying on sticky notes to communicate with your dental team can make for sticky situations - here's a tip for easier, more reliable intraoffice communication.

| 2 months ago