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5 ways to get better advice for your practice
5 ways to get better advice for your practiceWhere do you turn when you need information about your practice?
The top 5 survival tips for dental hygiene schoolIn order to become a dental hygienist there are many steps you must take. One of these many steps is completing dental hygiene school, which takes a lot of hard work, sweat and tears. If you want to stay on top, you should follow these top five survival tips for dental hygiene school.
Linda Miles passes along some of her best dental business advice to you
Linda Miles passes along some of her best dental business advice to youAfter more than 50 years in the dental industry and 34 years as a practice and team development speaker and consultant, Linda Miles is renowned throughout the world of dentistry for her insight, thoughts, and advice.
Dear Coach: Advice for a dentist who feels exhausted every day
Dear Coach: Advice for a dentist who feels exhausted every dayA dentist is worried that he doesn't have the time to chat and listen to every patient. A practice management coach offers some advice on how to deal with the situation.
10 ways to handle parents of your pediatric patientsParents trust your office with their most prized possessions, and can often cause far more drama than the patients themselves. Your team should go to great lengths to connect with both the patients and their parents.
Dear Coach: Advice for a dentist who knows his patients are fearful
Dear Coach: Advice for a dentist who knows his patients are fearfulCathy Warschaw from Up All Night Coaching hands out advice and helps you through some of your trickiest situations.
Today's top consultants tell you the one piece of advice you need to know to start 2016 off right
Today's top consultants tell you the one piece of advice you need to know to start 2016 off rightWhat will make 2016 better for your dental practice? These leading consultants tell you.
Top 10 tips from the old guy to recent dental school graduates
Top 10 tips from the old guy to recent dental school graduatesI practiced dentistry for 44 years, most of that in private practice. I was able to grow my practice to the top five percent of solo practices in the U.S. in the last five years I practiced. practice to the top five percent of solo practices in the U.S. in the last five years I practiced. I studied with the masters, and had the best consultants in the business help me attain my practice success.
Stay at it: Expanded interview with Ricki Braswell

Ricki Braswell is President of The Pankey Institute, an organization dedicated to providing continuing dental education.

Stay at it: Expanded interview with Laura Sheppard

Laura Sheppard, CDT, TE, is Senior Director of Compliance and Regulatory for MicroDental/DTI Dental Technologies Incorporated.