As you look back on this past year, do you find yourself blaming lack of time for any unaccomplished goals? Maybe you feel you would’ve increased practice production, done one more team training, or took more vacation—if only you had more time. The truth is that each person has the same amount of time available—what matters is how you approach it. In this article, Jay Geier shares helpful time management strategies for dentists.
Is production the only metric you examine in your dental practice? There are many performance indicators that dental practice owners must be aware of in order to successfully grow their practices. Here’s a look beyond production numbers.
Like the United States, dentistry has been in a state of transition since the beginning of the Great Recession, according to Roger P. Levin, DDS, and we’re seeing the effects in the ways that dental practices are bought, managed, and sold. Learn more from this analysis of the results of the 2018 Dental Economics–Levin Group Annual Practice Survey.
Gain insights from an accounts receivable professional about how a collection partner can improve your revenue with a crafted recipe of expert tools, strategies, and the secret sauce of better patient recoveries.
Direct composite restorations are now considered everyday procedures in general dental practices. Dr. Robert Marus explains how the previously untapped production- and revenue-generating procedures of Class V and Class VI lesions can be restored using a universal low-wear, injectable flowable composite.
Dr. Chris Salierno, Dental Economics’ chief editor, notes the way dental implants have changed over the years from the 1980s to the present. He discusses how dentists can still provide top-quality patient care and make a profit amid the market demands today.