Transitioning from dental school to the job market can be tough, but having a plan may make the leap to a career less scary.
At some point in his or her career, every dentist will see the end of private practice approaching. Here are some important steps to consider on the road to retirement.
To hear Dr. Karyl Patten tell it, public health service was always calling.
The dentist may want to schedule a staff meeting that focuses on determining their patients’ perceptions when they enter the office as a new patient.
During a football game, when the offense is on the field, the quarterback is involved in nearly all of the plays. In a smaller dental practice, it is the hygienist who not only treats all patients with the exception of emergency cases but also spends more time with them, too.
The Spring 2017 edition of Market Buzz features notes on recent economic developments.
The rub for practice leaders: How do you create a culture that encourages both freedom and compliance?
Before marketing your practice, it is important to create a “brand personality” that will resonate with patients.