There may be few things in a dentist’s life more difficult, indeed traumatic, than retiring from dental practice. It’s not something most ..
Who would you say controls your practice? Is it you or your patients? Most dentists will say they are, but in reality, it’s really patient..
Betty Hayden was asked to call dentists’ offices to ask for donations. As a dental professional herself, she was not impressed with what s..
Statistics show that most people do not leave their jobs because of pay or lack thereof. A perceived lack of value can cause team members ..
Courtesy of Laura Jamison, Jamison Consulting, jamisonconsulting.com
“Hi, how are you?” is an insincere greeting at best. I recommend t..
Even minor adjustments to your credit policy can help grow your practice. Do your patients make small monthly payments? Do they extend the..
Written by Ginny Hegarty, Dental Practice Development, Inc
Take this to the bank: regardless of economic conditions, your people will a..