Handling difficult conversations is one of the keys to success in dental practice.
Although most dentists will never experience a hurricane, other disasters such as storms, fires, floods and earthquakes can wreak havoc on your practice. A little preparation can go a long way toward paving the path to recovery.
One of the most fundamental principles of success in any business is to surround yourself with highly committed people with a high potential for growth and improvement.
Social media is changing all the time. Although not every change is relevant for dental practices, there are some major updates that can have an impact on your practice — for better or worse.
If you’re starting a new practice or working to expand your current practice, you may be trying to keep your cash expenditures as low as possible to ensure your practice can meet its debt obligations and daily operating costs while you grow your patient base and increase collections.
Five recommendations for life advice from a dentist with 20 years in practice.