Dental Practice Management

Top three tips for becoming a dental speaker or consultant
Top three tips for becoming a dental speaker or consultantWould you like more from your dental career? Do you anticipate that your knowledge, skills and experience, if shared, could help other dental professionals and teams reach their goals? Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to be a speaker or consultant in dentistry?
How technology improves communication and efficiency with staff and patients
How technology improves communication and efficiency with staff and patientsThere have been many changes in the dental industry throughout the years.
5 insurance actions you can take now for a smooth 2016
5 insurance actions you can take now for a smooth 2016Teresa Duncan, insurance editor for Dental Products Report, offers advice on how to lower some of the pain that dental insurance causes for so many practices.
How thinking like Twitter can reduce your dental practice's insurance frustration
How thinking like Twitter can reduce your dental practice's insurance frustration"It isn’t difficult, but it takes team cooperation, new thinking, and practice." That's the mantra from author Patti DiGangi in this article.
Imaging in a HIPAA world
Imaging in a HIPAA worldThe majority of dental offices now use some sort of image management system.
4 tips to setting realistic goals for 2016
4 tips to setting realistic goals for 2016Laura Jamison tells you what you need to know about starting 2016 off right in your dental business
6 ways to reduce cancellations and no-shows in 2016
6 ways to reduce cancellations and no-shows in 2016When patients cancel their appointments at the last minute or just don’t show up at all, it leads to chaos and undue stress in your practice.
What you need to know about your dental practice's fees heading into 2016
What you need to know about your dental practice's fees heading into 2016We sit down with Vijay Sikka of Sikka Software to discuss trends in dental fees and what dentists need to know heading into 2016.
The hygienist’s role in practice growth
The hygienist’s role in practice growthA properly run hygiene department can account for 25–35 percent of the general practice’s production total.
7 behavioral cues that lead to increased treatment acceptance
7 behavioral cues that lead to increased treatment acceptanceMost big dental consulting groups will use some version of DISC personality types to introduce a dental team to the fact that both the team and the clients have different personalities and react to information in different ways.