When you are ready to turn over the keys to your practice, Dr. Chris Salierno says there are more paths that lie ahead than there were before, and the mistake is to take one of those paths unprepared.
This dentist wants to make sure that he properly prepares to make the move to a multi-dentist and multi-specialist practice. What steps should he take?
It’s a big claim, but it’s true: Membership plan patients are loyal to your practice and will become your best patients.
When a wildfire struck in 2008, this dental practice was woefully unprepared. They moved to the cloud, and when wildfires struck recently in California, they did not panic. They knew the important practice information would survive.
This dentist believes it’s to a practice’s advantage not to participate in insurance plans. If a dentist chooses not to participate, there are steps that can be taken through effective marketing to make up for any loss of patients.
These practices are proof that well-organized marketing campaigns will help practices gain new patients, keep those patients, and increase their bottom line. Here are three examples of success.
Dr. Roy Shelburne found out the hard way what can happen when a dentist and dental practice does not meet all of the proper compliance standards. He shares what he learned so his colleagues do not meet the same fate.
Jacob Dent, DDS, works with patients with special needs at the new Pacific Dental Services Foundation Dentists for Special Needs clinic in Phoenix, Arizona.
Which entity or hybrid entity is the right choice for your dental practice? There are several to choose from. Here is what you want to look for and consider when choosing the correct entity for your purposes.