Manual and Mechanical Dental Instruments: Which are Better?

Posted by Kate Ranta on Sep 28, 2015 11:00:34 AM

If your dental office is reviewing its productivity and you are thinking about pivoting to mechanical devices, or if you are planning to open a new dental practice and wondering whether to rely on manual instruments or mechanical devices, there is good news. Research has shown both manual and mechanical dental instruments to be effective scaling devices.

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4 Tips to Keep Your Waiting Room Moving

Posted by Kate Ranta on Sep 17, 2015 3:00:00 PM

Have you designed your dental office waiting room to meet the standards of your patients? Contrary to popular belief, a waiting room that's active tests the longevity of your office and how the office meets the demands of diverse patients. Booking appointments doesn't necessarily show how successful your office is during opening hours. The fact that patients keep their appointments truly illustrates how responsive you are to their needs. There are many tricks and tips to keep your waiting room moving. These tips are practical and produce long-term results that direct your revenue.

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Clean Hands, Clean Conscious

Posted by Erica Laceria on Sep 16, 2015 12:00:00 PM

Ever since we were little kids, we've been told by our parents about the importance of clean hands. You go to the bathroom, you wash your hands. You play outside, you wash your hands. You pet the dog, you wash your hands. You wash your hands, you wash your hands again! It's particularly important, however even more so for doctors, dentists, and all employees who work with patients' mouths. Read on to find out more about why this simple, everyday action makes a significant difference for your business.

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Topics: tips for dentists, dentist tips, clean hands, hygiene

Scheduling Patients: Know What They Like

Posted by Kate Ranta on Sep 2, 2015 11:40:00 AM

You want to get your patients into your office, but the first step is getting them to make an appointment. A lot of people don't particularly enjoy visiting the dentist. So how can you persuade them to make the dental appointments they need? You need to know how your patients like to be scheduled.

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