If constructing or remodeling a dental office is in your future, a broad range of legal issues may be involved.
Your office environment is the ultimate reflection of your skills as a dentist and the professionalism of your team. Take a look around your office. What does it say about your practice?
Here’s the challenge in a nutshell. Dental school is all about individual performance, while the practice of dentistry is a team sport. You can’t do it by yourself.
Design that enables the best care for patients while fostering efficiency and productivity within an attractive environment is critical to long-term success
If you’re not experiencing a robust recare system that provides the best for your patients and your practice, then it’s time for the 3 “Re’s” of recare, re-group, re-up and re-vive.
There are few things more frustrating for dental practices than the patient or insurance company that misunderstands what you expect from them.
In an ideal world, as long as you were taking care of your patients’ oral health care needs, practice income would take care of itself.