Dental Practice Management Articles
Kristen Esler, RDH discusses the problem of reluctance to accept treatment for periodontal disease. With less than 5% of patients undergoing treatment, there is a need for a greater level of awareness about the disease and how it affects the individual’s general health.
Practice Owners have been provided with historically significant tax incentives through 2011–making this the right time to invest in your practice’s future.The government estimates its cost of enhancing Section 179 is $50 billion alone. Are you poised to seize the opportunity?
Clay Center Family Dental Care in Clay Center, Kansas, operates its practice on a core set of values that includes honesty, excellence, teamwork, kindness, people first, and leadership.
Dental practices are extremely people-focused, with a high degree of customer interaction at every level of service delivery, thus increasing the importance of getting hiring done right. However, hiring is made difficult by the very nature of the process.
You’ve seen them—QR Codes. Grids of seemingly random dots and squares. These are not just random patterns, however, but coded information waiting to be scanned.
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