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.
Intraoral sensors are some of the most widely used and vital pieces of dental technology is your practice. Learn which sensors are recommended (and which to avoid), and some great troubleshooting steps.
Learn what essential information (and imagery) you should make sure to include in your general or specialty practice website.
Learn when you should file a medical insurance claim instead of a dental insurance claim, and when you would file the medical claim as primary and the dental claim as secondary.
These three actions helped practices thrive during the last few years when many struggled. Learn how to implement them in your own practice.
As of March 15th, 2022, Dental Practices are subject to The Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act (CIRCIA). Know what you need to have in place to be covered in case of a cyber attack.
If you’re still hanging on to an old network in your office, consider these reasons for a network update.
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.