Benefits of patient education are endless – from increasing case acceptance to enhancing your professional image. Your patients will be informed and relaxed which will ultimately lead to higher case acceptance rates. This education starts from the moment a patient enters the waiting room and ends at home when he or she is talking through a proposed treatment plan with family members.
can revolutionize your practice.
The social media networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and LinkedIn present an extraordinary marketing opportunity for dentists who are looking to promote their practices. Potential patients are increasingly embracing social networks as an integral part of their everyday lives. These three strategies will help you build a loyal patient community and expand your network of prospective patients:
- Focus your efforts on the most valuable social media sites
- Expand your social media community
- Provide a consistent brand experience
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- Set a budget
- Ask about free goods from manufacturers
- Only order what you need for the month
- Take a good look at what you are ordering
- Eliminate finance charges
- Don’t make “the big mistake”
The patient referred for complaints associated with a crown restoration on tooth #16 that was placed 5 years prior. CBCT scan revealed an adequate previous endodontic treatment with no missed canals as well as enlargement of the membrane of the maxillary sinus above the upper molars. It was decided to perform non-surgical root canal retreatment only on the MB root.
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Here is another great collection of tips on practice management. This article focuses on common areas in the management of your dental practice that may be causing you stress and offers tips that will mitigate that stress. The article covers a variety of subjects including growing dental practice, improving effectiveness of practice management and managing stress.
During the past few years, many dentists have discovered that a wider scope of provided services is the key to a successful practice. The article makes a great argument why you should add safe, predictable, efficient, and minimally invasive digital implantology to the list of services your practice offers to patients. Article also discusses how 3-D imaging and guided surgery give the dentist confidence to place routine single-tooth implants and allow a visual presentation to patients that increases case acceptance.
to transition your practice to digital implantology.