Take The Bite Out of the Dental Recall

Following up on the past due patients is often the most dreaded, yet an essential task for running a healthy general or pediatric dental practice.

An effective recall program fills the schedule for both the dentist and the dental hygienist and allows our patients to maintain optimal dental health. It also helps you maintain a relationship with them so that they keep coming back and referring others. Continue reading → Take The Bite Out of the Dental Recall

Debunking objections about Intra-Office Software

Debunking objections about Intra-Office Software

 

It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that every dentist wants their practice to run smoothly. A well-run practice is the key to keeping both your patients and staff happy. In any given dental office, you will find: staff members who wear multiple hats, numerous patients being seen at once, and phones that ring with no end. We have become accustomed to days like these, which have become the new normal. Continue reading → Debunking objections about Intra-Office Software

New Year, New Benefits: How to Remind Patients That Their Benefits Have Renewed [Free Email Templates]

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A fresh year inspires many people to set new goals and resolutions. A lot of your patients are probably setting healthy goals for 2017 including working out more and eating right. That is why now is a peak time to send them a recall reminder that addresses their oral health.

Preventive dental care may or may not already be on their resolutions list, so give your patients an extra push. Maintaining a fit smile coincides with living a healthy lifestyle. Your patients are already thinking about how to improve themselves this year. Why not start with their teeth? Continue reading → New Year, New Benefits: How to Remind Patients That Their Benefits Have Renewed [Free Email Templates]

7 Effective Patient Education Strategies

7 Effective Patient Education StrategiesFocusing on patient education can increase patient retention and case acceptance, two primary goals for dental offices. Patients who are educated about oral health will value your services and are less likely to break appointments. They will stay on top of recall because they know how important it is to their overall health.

The majority of patients do not have much knowledge about dentistry. The information that they do have likely comes from articles they’ve read or the experiences of their friends and family members. The validity of their sources might be questionable. Continue reading → 7 Effective Patient Education Strategies