5 Elements of a Healthy Dental Team

5 Elements of a Healthy Dental Team

A healthy team is a productive, high-functioning group. It leads to more growth for your practice, more profits made by your practice, and more lives being changed by your practice. In other words, a healthy team is what makes a practice successful. So, what makes a team healthy? Josey Sewell, the Team Health, Culture, and…

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How to Know If Your Overhead Expenses Are out of Control

How to Know if Your Overhead Expenses Are Out of Control

  If you focus on practice production but not reducing overhead expenses for your dental practice, you’ll be forced to work harder than you need to. While many dental practice growth plans rightfully focus on increasing revenue, it’s important to do so as part of an overall practice profitability plan. And every good practice profitability…

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How to Get Your Team to Buy into Your Practice Goals

How to Get Your Team to Buy into Your Practice Goals

  You’re a dentist. You’re a visionary. You have goals you want for your practice and you have a vision for what you want your practice to look like. While you might have a million ideas running through your head, you can’t expect your team to read your mind. And you can’t expect your team…

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The Power of Virtual Consults With Dr. Brian Harris

The Power of Virtual Consults With Dr. Brian Harris

Have you ever considered hosting a virtual consult with a patient? This is still a relatively new concept in the dental industry. But virtual consults are really taking off for my guest on this episode of the podcast, Dr. Brian Harris. Dr. Brian Harris is the Founder and CEO at Smile Virtual Consult.He and his…

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2 Reasons to Get Comfortable Delegating More

2 Reasons to Get Comfortable Delegating More

As dentists, we need to lead our practices well. We need to demonstrate good leadership skills to help our practice grow and get the best out of each team member.  But sometimes, dentists have a hard time letting go of tasks they have no business doing themselves. It’s a natural tendency. If we do things…

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How to Treat More Rockstar Patients with Weston Lunsford

How to Treat More Rockstar Patients with Weston Lunsford

I’m so excited to introduce you to my special guest on this episode of the podcast, Weston Lunsford. Together, we discuss how you can find your ideal patient. And, the things you can do to attract more ‘rockstar’ patients to your practice. As CEO of Dental Intelligence, Weston oversees the strategic direction of the company…

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3 Ways to Improve Case Acceptance

3 Ways to Improve Case Acceptance

In any dental practice, it’s really important for patients to accept your treatment plan. For your patients, getting the care they need will let them experience all the benefits having a full, bright, healthy smile offers. For your practice, you will be able to grow, be more productive, and make bigger impacts on people’s lives.…

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Financial Planning for Dentists with Reese Harper

On this podcast episode I am joined by the CEO of Dentist Advisors, Reese Harper. We talk about financial planning and how to create more wealth as dentists. Also, we explore why it’s so important for dentists to prepare and educate themselves when it comes to using a CFP. And, how CFPs help grow dentists’…

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3 Things Your Front Office Can Do to Help You Grow Your Practice

3 Things Your Front Office Can Do to Help You Grow Your Practice

  Your front office team members are the first people patients interact with, on the phone or when they come to your office. If patients love them, you’ll make a great first impression and be well on your way to building loyalty with your patients. That’s because patients don’t judge your practice based on how…

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How to Set Expectations in Your Practice

How to Set Expectations in Your Practice

We’re dentists. Many of us are also perfectionists. It’s not our fault. We’re trained to be perfect with our clinical care in dental school. But many of us expect perfection in all parts of our practice. That makes us do too much work ourselves, fearing we need to do things to ensure they get done…

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