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Why the future is DSOs
Why the future is DSOsDSOs are continuing to grow and capture more market share and greater revenue.
Why the future is DSOs
Why the future is DSOs
How solo practices can survive as DSOs continue to grow
How solo practices can survive as DSOs continue to growLearning how to change your tactics and mindset is crucial.
How ortho is changing dentistry
How ortho is changing dentistryOrthodontics is an arena more accessible to general dentists than ever. So how are general dentists embracing this trend—and what challenges have they found?
19 technologies that changed 2016
19 technologies that changed 2016DE Editorial Board members share the technologies they think changed and shaped the dental/lab workflow in 2016.
Top 10 tech trends that will define 2017
Top 10 tech trends that will define 2017Dr. John Flucke shares his views on what will be the Top 10 defining dental tech trends of 2017.
The latest trends in dental practice accounts receivable
The latest trends in dental practice accounts receivableAlthough collecting payment from delinquent patients may be uncomfortable, it is a necessary part of keeping a practice healthy. This paper examines trends in accounts receivable and how accounts receivable balances have changed since 2011.
Glidewell Laboratories ceases production of traditional PFMs
Glidewell Laboratories ceases production of traditional PFMsGlidewell Laboratories has announced they are replacing traditional PFMs with Obsidian Pressed to Metal restorations. Obsidian is a lithium silicate ceramic.
The importance of patient acquisition in a competitive market
The importance of patient acquisition in a competitive marketAs attracting new patients and keeping the current active patient base robust is imperative for the financial health of the practice, dentists need to know their patient numbers and how those numbers compare to national averages.
5 ways to manage seasonality trends in the dental practice
5 ways to manage seasonality trends in the dental practiceSeasonality trends are something most dentists experience, and deciding how your practice will deal with the highs and lows is important to keeping your practice healthy. Here are five tips on how to manage seasonality in your practice.