Purchasing miscalculations with lasting impact are as common for the operatory as they are for the mechanical room, from the most mundane to the most specialized equipment, choose your purchases wisely.
Dr. Tina Nguyen discusses the effects implementing digital imaging and CAD/CAM have had on her practice
Investing time initially in helping your patients become educated consumers is a good way to help reduce misunderstandings and conflict down the line.
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Jayme Amos, founder of Ideal Practices, a consulting firm dedicated to helping dentists open new practices with clinical and profitable excellence, answers questions about equipment purchasing.
Many practice owners feel peer pressure to purchase equipment.
Stress in dentistry and life is unavoidable. Conflict with people is unavoidable.
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Besides providing the highest quality clinical care, you also have a business to run, and you need to hone your business skills.
Many practices would benefit from help with systems, communications, team building or advanced clinical skills.
Knowing that people do business with those they like and trust, your challenge is to complement your great clinical skills with superior communication skills that create great relationships and results for your patients and your practice.
The pace of technological change has become so fast, there are so many choices, and their impact can be so complex, so you should establish some guidelines for deciding what to invest in. Otherwise, you could make some costly mistakes.