FOR PATIENTS: If your dentist has suggested the possibility of getting a dental crown to treat an issue, you probably have several questions. In this helpful article, we shed some light on this popular topic.
Team building doesn't have to be cheesy. If you're looking to get your team engaged, here are nine new things to try at your practice!
While we certainly hope an oral health issue doesn't occur while your patients are traveling, it is good to let them know what to do in case something comes up.
Some people love organization and order in their day. Others may be much more inclined to go with the flow. But no matter where you fall on the spectrum, maintaining some daily routines can have some serious benefits for your mental and physical health.
Professional development is an important part of any dentist's career, especially for ones just starting out. That's why we've developed this resource guide full of links and helpful information on how to learn and grow.
Working in a dental office means you are not only well-versed in oral health, but also the nuances of dental insurance. But just because your patients may carry an insurance card doesn’t mean they completely understand all it entails.
You've put in the work to build a Facebook ad--now, let's see how you did. In the final part of our Facebook advertising series, we break down some basic performance metrics to monitor and how to set benchmarks for success!
In part three of our Facebook advertising series, learn how to give your office the advantage with these best practices for designing an ad.
Mark these five dental team appreciation dates on your calendar now and use our ideas to help you brainstorm the perfect celebration!
t is critical to ensure your office has a culture in place that cultivates positivity and engagement. Here are three ways to build one.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner! And while we concur that candy is okay in small doses, a sweet tooth can cause some havoc to your oral health. Here are five ways to curb those sugary cravings.
We all know having a website is important, but it is much more than putting your logo and phone number on a page. Here are five ways to improve your website and bring in more patients!
It's sad, but true: retirement no longer guarantees your medical needs will be covered, especially dental. This article will help you lay the groundwork with your dentist so you can breathe easy, knowing you’ll be able to afford the care you need well into your golden years.
Accounting and bookkeeping might not be everyone’s favorite part of the job, but it's essential for keeping the lights on! Learn how to identify the three most common dental bookkeeping mistakes and tips to avoid making them.
Ages 6-12 are critical in a child's oral health development, so it's important to ensure healthy habits are being practiced at home.
If you are unable to see your dentist right away after a dental emergency, you’ll be thankful you made the extra investment in these six simple emergency kit items.
Your practice is too busy to spend time in bad meetings. We’ve gathered some of the best advice on how to make your meetings effective and valuable for your team.
An internal communication plan is a key component in an effective business. These strategies can help you leverage this important tool.
Engaging with your patients on social media is a key marketing strategy. Learn how to use your platform to stay connected with this important audience.