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12 tips to get patients to keep their preventive appointments
12 tips to get patients to keep their preventive appointmentsMost patients don’t keep up with their preventive visits, which is why it’s crucial that your recall system is rock solid.
How to teach adolescents the importance of good oral hygiene
How to teach adolescents the importance of good oral hygieneYour approach with this age group is crucial to building a foundation of oral hygiene habits.
How to connect with patients on an emotional level, Part 2
How to connect with patients on an emotional level, Part 2Concrete steps to help you improve your emotional intelligence.
5 surprising things your patients don’t know about their dental visit
5 surprising things your patients don’t know about their dental visitReminding your patients how much they truly benefit from a visit is important.
How to connect with patients on an emotional level, Part 1
How to connect with patients on an emotional level, Part 1Your emotional connection with a patient can make or break a practice.
One ridiculously easy solution to increase new patients
One ridiculously easy solution to increase new patientsLet’s face it, even with the ease of the internet, new patients want to speak with a live person. They want to know what to expect, what insurance you accept, how long it will take, etc. So they pick up the phone and call.
Four ways to fill your schedule without blowing your advertising budgetFilling your dental appointment book is an important step in maximizing your revenue. Many clinics may have open spots either unfilled or from cancellations.
The 3 most common battles within the dental practice ... and how to overcome them

Working as a consultant to dental practices around the country, I have seen way too many times a solid dental business torn apart at the seams because of inner struggles.

In this article, I want to expose the three most common battles I have seen, as well as offer my suggestions on how to eliminate those problems if you’re currently struggling with them.

How dental hygienists can find more time during appointments by talking less

The most common objection to providing additional services in the hygiene department is, "I don't have enough time to do more." That’s understandable. As the dental hygienists in the office, we are the direct line to patients, spending the most one-on-one time with them. As we all know, the list of required duties for a dental hygiene appointment is long and it includes talking.

How to manage and fill your daily schedule [VIDEO]

Jill Nesbitt, MBA, dental consultant and office manager tells you how to make sure you are making the most out of your schedule.