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Don’t Just Manage to Manage: Practice Management Advice from Dr. Mayer Levitt

January 25th, 2011 · Comments Off

Managing a business isn’t easy. Managing a thriving dental practice is downright difficult. With staffing, record keeping, marketing, and financials, it may seem like you spend the majority of your time running the office instead of caring for patients. It can leave even the most seasoned dentist overwhelmed at times and wondering why they don’t […]

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Tags: Administrative · Blog · Business of Dentistry · Dental Websites · Managing Your Dental Team · Planning for the Future · Practice Management · Practice Transitions · Social Networking & Media · Uncategorized · Websites & Internet

Maximize Your Practice with MaxDent Pro

October 22nd, 2010 · Comments Off

Computers should make our lives easier, but sometimes, they introduce a whole new set of complications. If you’re a Mac user, you know this all too well. You love the machine itself, but have become frustrated trying to find software options that fit your needs. Enter DDSMac, LLC. This group of dentists formed a business […]

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Tags: Administrative · Business of Dentistry · Managing Your Dental Team · Paperless Office · Patient Privacy/HIPPA · Practice Management · Uncategorized

TNT Dental Congratulates Dr. Jeff Dalin on Article in Dental Economics Magazine

October 15th, 2010 · Comments Off

TNT Dental offered a great big “Well done!” to Dr. Jeff Dalin this week, congratulating him on his recently published article “My Web site makeover”. The story appeared in the September 2010 issue of Dental Economics magazine and has the dental community buzzing. Over the years, Dr. Jeffrey Dalin has published many great articles in […]

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Tags: Administrative · Business of Dentistry · Dental Websites · Marketing · Patient Service · Practice Management · Uncategorized · Websites & Internet

Dental Emergency Scheduling Made Easier with Crumb’s Cranium

October 13th, 2010 · Comments Off

You have a full day scheduled and as soon as the phones are off of forward, the emergency calls start; a patient with a severe tooth ache who waited a week to see if it would “go away”, another whose crown has broken loose, and a pediatric patient who knocked out a baby tooth when […]

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Tags: Administrative · Business of Dentistry · Managing Your Dental Team · Patient Service · Practice Management

Never Miss an Opportunity

May 21st, 2010 · 4 Comments

If your practice is not doubling every ten years, you may have missed opportunities along the way.  How much have missed opportunities cost you?  Where would your practice be today if you had seized a few more opportunities over the last few years? Ken Runkle has uncovered 5 Rules related to the high cost of missed opportunities.  Learn them […]

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Tags: Administrative · Business of Dentistry · Practice Management

The Secret of Successful Dental Teamwork

May 5th, 2010 · 1 Comment

Emphasizing the Strengths; the Secret of Successful Dental Teamwork “Every team works best when the members of the team have clearly defined and understood roles. Some do one thing, others do another. One isn’t better or more important than the other, just different. When teams operate out of their strengths and in their roles, they […]

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Tags: Administrative · Practice Management

The Efficient Dental Office: Time Saving Tools and Technology

May 1st, 2008 · Comments Off

In DentalTown this month, Dr. Howard Farran wrote about saving time and increasing productivity in his column, “Howard Speaks.” The facts he related are quite interesting. For instance, did you know that America’s productivity has shown a 2.2 to 3.6 increase every single year for the past century? That’s amazing in and of itself, but […]

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Tags: Administrative · Practice Management

Resolving Financial Issues in the Dental Office

March 12th, 2008 · Comments Off

Dr. Richard Rosenblatt didn’t like being made out to be the bad guy when it came to financial policies for his business dealings with patients. In Dentaltown (February 2008), his article “My Financial Policy Helped Me Become the Good Guy” shares how his internal and external financial policies take the bad guy problem out of […]

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Tags: Administrative · Practice Management

5 Ways Websites Do More than Market Your Practice

January 28th, 2008 · Comments Off

Why do you have a website? To attract new patients, of course. Since many people shop for services online these days, a top-notch website is like having a full spread in the Yellow Pages. With proper search engine optimization, your site will be found by potential patients. But a dental practice website offers much more […]

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Tags: Administrative · Marketing · Practice Management · Technology · Uncategorized

News You Can Use: Trends, Predictions, Stats for the Dental Industry

November 7th, 2007 · Comments Off

Notes from the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Dental Trade Alliance offer many statistics that may interest you, as a dentist. The DTA is an organization of companies that provide products, services, supplies, materials, and equipment for the dental industry. In the notes, and with data attributed to DENTSPLY, the global dental market was valued […]

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Tags: Just for Fun · Practice Management · Uncategorized