Increase Treatment Plan Acceptance Rates as an Introvert

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We hear the same story from dentists across the country. They love practicing dentistry. They want to improve their patient’s oral health. Their downfall? They are uncomfortable selling. Whether you are an introvert or extrovert, you can present treatment plans and sell them without worry. Below are our top tips for introvert dentists to increase their treatment plan acceptance rates. …

10 Cs of Employee Engagement

The 10 Cs of Employee Engagement

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If you are feeling a lull in your practice, you are not alone. When your team feels disinterested in your work and practice goals, it is hard to stay motivated. Employee engagement can increase collections, enhance the workplace environment, and make your patients more comfortable! Here are a few ways you can jump-start your practice through the 10 Cs of …

Thanksgiving

4 Ways To Say Thanks To Your Patients This Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is this Thursday. Your office may not be open this week, but you can still say thank you to your patients. Here are four ways that you can give thanks to your patient in your office or online. 1. Thanksgiving Thank You Post Before or on Thanksgiving Day, post a thank you for your patients on your social media …

Improve Your Front Desk to Improve Your Office

Sara Feipel Blog, Dental Coaching, Patient Experience, Phone Calls, Team Building Leave a Comment

Yes, the latest technology and skills can get your more patients, but if your front staff is not invested in your success it will be hard to grow. The front staff is usually the first point of contact for patients. Their point of view, attitude, and helpfulness reflect on your entire practice. So, they should put your practice in a …

Acquire

First Steps After Acquiring a Dental Practice

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First, everyone has a different experience. Some acquire a well-established practice while others acquire a practice with little to no online or community recognition. This may be your first practice or this may be your fifth. No matter the case, here are a few tips to start advertising your new practice. And by the way, congrats! 1. Employee Buy-in Your staff …

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Staff Strategies — Develop a Stronger Team

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In your dental practice, management can make or break your office’s success. Make an environment that team members feel happy and safe within. This will help your team grow and thrive. Below are a few tips to help your practice prosper. 1. Team Bonding An activity such as a holiday party, a day at the escape room, or a lunch-in …

Dental Marketing Mistakes

Dental Marketing Mistake — 10 Common Tactics Dentists Should Avoid

Sara Feipel Blog, Content, Dental Coaching, Digital Marketing, Marketing, Team Building, Website 1 Comment

Failed ads are an added cost for your office. Yes, it’s a dental marketing mistake, but you can grow from it. Now, you can learn from the 10 common dental marketing mistakes. 1. Little to no ‘social media’ talk After making a Facebook, Twitter, and Google My Business page share them with patients. Thus, promote social media by adding a hyperlink …

Aesop’s Fable: A Tale of Team Building

Lauren Tighe Blog, Dental Coaching, Team Building

Do you know the importance of Team Building? When you don’t understand that each person in your office is important, then the group dynamics can fall apart. Knowing how each individual person responds to conflict could stop some major stress and tension within the group down the road. Have you ever heard of Aesop’s Fable: The Belly and the Members? Well, the fable …

Hey Marketing…Support Your Front Office Staff!

Lauren Tighe Blog, Branding, Dental Coaching, Marketing, Team Building

We all know marketing is responsible for lead generation. But, just because you bring in the leads, it doesn’t mean that they will turn into patients. The front office staff or the people in your office who answer the phones are responsible for turning that lead into a patient. So, what’s the problem? The problem is, more often than not, front …