COVID-19 has changed many aspects of our work, but the biggest change has been to workplace flexibility. See how this extends to staffing, and how you can capitalize on it.
Understanding how embezzlement can happen is the first step to prevention. Learn the risks and how to mitigate them in this post.
Adding new patients to your dental practice can be an important part of your growth strategy. Learn the questions to ask and the data you should examine to help your practice find, add, and retain the kind of new patients you need.
Despite the technology available, the phone may still be one of the most important tools in your office. We examine 6 critical phone skills your team should have.
There are many moving parts when when a dental practice changes hands. We’ll review some key insights for both buyers and sellers.
When reinvesting your profits, consider things that will help you save money and time, and boost future earning potential. Here are 7 ways to do just that.
You’re a dentist, not a photographer. But when it comes to showing prospective patients what you can do, a picture is worth 1,000 words. In this post, we’ll cover essential dental photography tips to help you create jaw-dropping before-and-after photos.
A growing number of people are changing jobs as part of “the great resignation.” Learn 11 non-monetary employee retention ideas to help increase overall well-being and morale.
Billing mistakes can lead to fraud and get your practice into potential legal trouble. Learn how to avoid the mistakes that could cost you your license and practice.
It’s a great time to reflect and count your blessings – starting with these five reasons you should love dentistry now more than ever.