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CASE STUDY: Dentist Discovers Key to Practice Growth

In this case study, we show how one general practitioner benefited from joining a Spear Study Club.

| 1 year ago
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Dental Records Tips: The Threat of Ransomware

Learn more about ransomwear and how it can negatively affect your dental record keeping.

| 1 year ago
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Are You Ready When the Patient is Ready?

Patients can be ready to commit to treatment at any moment. Here's why you should be ready to make time for them.

| 1 year ago
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Are You Afraid to 'Take the Plunge'?

Managing your dental practice, do you talk yourself out of taking chances? Here's why you should stop delaying progress.

| 1 year ago
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A Quick Tip for Productive Dental Team Meetings

Here's how to tackle this common meeting disrupter and make it work for you.

| 1 year ago
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These 4 Questions Can Save Your Patient’s Life

Using the STOP-Bang Sleep Apnea Questionnaire in your dental practice could help you more easily diagnose obstructive sleep apnea in your patients.

| 1 year ago
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The Conversation You MUST Have with Your New Associate

When bringing a new associate onboard at your dental practice, don't rely on unwritten rules or unspoken assumptions. Do this instead.

| 1 year ago
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The 5 Patients Every Dentist Will Treat

Are you prepared to treat these five types of patients?

| 1 year ago
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A Paradox Every Dentist Should Get Comfortable With

Do you think you can't be both driven and happy as a dentist? Here's why your success may depend on being both.

| 1 year ago
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Dental Records Tips: RAIDs and Mirrored Servers

Closing our series on dental practice data backup systems, we look at RAID and mirrored servers.

| 1 year ago
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Finding Your Dental Education Home

(This article is part of a series on giving staying power to your dental practice plans for 2016. Click the links for first, second, third, fourth, ...

| 1 year ago
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Treatment Planning: Optimizing Results and Case Acceptance by Utilizing the Buyer’s Journey

While dentists have patients and not 'buyer's,' utilizing the concepts of the Buyer's Journey can help with treatment planning and case acceptance.

| 1 year ago