New Year

5 New Year’s resolutions every dental hygienist should makeFrom eating healthier to establishing a workout routine, the new year is the perfect time to set goals for yourself.
6 New Year’s resolutions your dental staff wishes you’d make
6 New Year’s resolutions your dental staff wishes you’d makeWhat things do your employees want you to work on for the new year?
Make a New Year's resolution to have healthier patients!
Make a New Year's resolution to have healthier patients!What resolutions did you make in this New Year? Make sure that you include your patients' health in your to-do list!
Flip the calendar: review your fees and update your codes!
Flip the calendar: review your fees and update your codes!A look at what you need to be thinking about in the new year and some of the questions that will help you be more successful this year.
How to make 2017 your most successful year ever
How to make 2017 your most successful year everHow to use goal-planning to create and maintain a thriving practice in the new year.
5 dental New Year’s resolutionsHere are five dental related New Year’s resolutions that will not only help improve oral health, but will help improve overall health as well.
5 things to remember when making changes
5 things to remember when making changesWelcome to 2016. It’s a new year, and you probably have some changes you want to make. Some of those changes may even be in your practice. Whether you want to make small changes, like how you answer the phone, or large changes, like how you manage clinical workflow, a plan is necessary to both enact and sustain change.
5 dental New Year’s resolutionsWe're a few weeks into the new year, and it's likely that some of us have already slacked off our New Year's resolutions.