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Winning in Dentistry

You’ve overcome a lot of hurdles to get where you are today. First, you made the decision to apply to dental school and had to wait to hear whether you were accepted. Then, you made it through the program and passed the boards. After that, everything becomes focused...

Can a Specialty Dentist Stand Out?

There is a special relationship between general and specialty dentistry. In many cases, specialists depend heavily on the referrals they receive from general dentists and it makes sense that they spend a significant amount of time and thought trying to figure out how...

5 Ways to Make Hiring (Almost) Painless

Firing and hiring is probably the least favorite part of the job for most dentists and office managers. In fact, some dentists dread this process so much they hold onto employees too long to avoid firing someone. Not only is it unpleasant to have to fire an employee,...

Why It’s Important to Make Time to Train

As dental professionals, we often sacrifice our own professional growth to meet the daily demands. Don’t let your practice or your staff take a backseat to training. Here’s why you should make time for training. If you’re like most professionals, sometimes you find...

Teaching Dental Office Staff How to Prioritize

At a recent speaking event, a new dental office staff member asked me something I’d never been asked before. The question threw me off because it wasn’t easy to answer, and there was no obvious answer. When I went back to my office on Monday, and since I have new...