The phone is definitely not the most high-tech device in your office, but it’s the most important and it can make or break a dental office. Without it, we wouldn’t have the opportunity to use all those other pieces of equipment. The phone is the technology that keeps...
The Do’s and Don’ts of New Patient Phone Calls
The Do’s and Don’ts of New Patient Phone Calls. The telephone is our lifeline to the outside, to our current patients, and our new patients and I believe that how we answer every phone call is a very important skill that we should train.
Basic Dental Terminology for Receptionists and the Front Office Team
Basic Dental Terminology for Receptionists and the Front Office Team. We are strong advocates that you DO NOT NEED TO HAVE DENTAL EXPERIENCE TO WORK IN A DENTAL OFFICE.
How to Become A Dental Receptionist
If you want the chance to work in a dental office but are not destined to work in a clinical role, the next question is: where to start?
3 Reasons New Employees Shouldn’t Answer the Phones
While it may seem like the logical place to start a new employee, answering the phone might be one of the tasks that requires the most training. It is typical in a dental office that when we hire a new employee at the front desk, they start by answering the phones for...
The Dental Patient Hand Off Don’t Drop the Ball
There are many elements to integrate high-quality customer service into a dental office, but I find the best way to do this is to start one step at a time. This article focuses on one of the missed opportunities in many dental offices that will not only improve customer service for your patients…
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