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    What technology is right for your practice?

    Integrating new technology in your practice doesn’t have to be painful.

     

    ROI

    The other thing to look at is ROI on any technology choice. Most certainly, skills-based technology services like BOTOX, dermal fillers and PDO threadlifts are the easiest to integrate and by far have the highest ROI simply because there is no large capital investment up front, no monthly lease payment, and no need for constant software and hardware upgrades.

    Bottom line

    The determining factor of any technology choice is you, the clinician. All technology, materials and procedures can be good for your practice. 

    Related article: How to locate the pain points in your practice

    I often see examples of dental professionals who have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in capital-intensive technology that sit in the corner of a treatment room and serve as expensive coat hangers. It is so important for you to do your due diligence and invest the time and effort to get trained and then start treating patients with the technology of your choice as quickly as possible. 

    Integration is very easy with skills-based technology choices because you can literally start the Monday morning after you have been trained. There is nothing to wait for — you have the skill in your hands! 

    Get your start like most of the thousands of American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE) members by adding high ROI skill-based procedures like BOTOX and dermal fillers to your practice. This will dramatically increase your production and help fund the investment necessary for the capital investment technology of your dreams. Time for you to get trained today! 

    Louis Malcmacher, DDS, MAGD
    Louis Malcmacher, DDS, MAGD is a practicing general dentist and an internationally known lecturer and author. Dr. Malcmacher is ...

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