The PAIN of the REFERRAL! Whose job is it anyway?

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  Part 2 from: Efficiencies With Technologies From a Non-Tech Person As I shared a couple of weeks back, I’m going to go over a few technologies that I have come to appreciate more and more Post-COVID. I say Post-COVID and you all know we are still in the deep of it with changes in… Read more »

Efficiencies with Technologies from a NON-Techy Person

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  What’s your pain? Is there a technology that can help? In this series, I’m going to go over a few technologies that I have come to appreciate more and more Post-COVID. I say Post-COVID and the truth is we are still reeling from the changes in our practices created from COVID and will be… Read more »

Scripting A “New” Normal in Dentistry

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As we prepare scripting to ensure that our patients and their family will understand the measures we are taking to keep all of us safe. I am reminded that it’s in times of confusion that scripted messaging can be most helpful. Although we may spend time communicating information that we perceive is important, don’t overlook… Read more »

Dentures DO NOT replace Teeth, Teeth have roots…

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Are you using soft skills to create powerful word pictures for your patients? If you’ve been in dentistry for as long as I have, you could retire if you had a dollar for every time you heard a patient say some form of “I think I should just get my teeth taken out and get… Read more »

3 Ways Your Gatekeeper May Be Keeping You From Success

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The “gatekeeper” in your practice has the power to keep your gate open or keep it closed. This person sometimes prevents the doctor from having as much success as he or she might have. This is not intentional in most circumstances, but it often occurs because they don’t know what they don’t know. In some… Read more »