Sleeping Beauty

Thank you to Dental Entrepreneur Woman for publishing Lisa Moler's article in their summer 2018 issue. SLEEP. It’s our escape, our refuge, our fountain of youth, our everything …. well, except when it’s NOT. Five years ago, I couldn’t escape the...
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Teach the team to fish!

Practice coach Dr. Joel Small notes that beside dentistry, a clinician must also learn to be a “people developer.” This concept is based around the time-tested proverb, “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach...
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Keeping in the Loupe

With all of the visual acuity it takes to perform dental procedures, magnification through the use of loupes can bring many benefits to the dental practitioner. First and most obvious, an enlarged view of the treatment area can result in...
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Special delivery

In 1859, 26 dentists met in Niagara Falls, New York and formed the American Dental Association. Over the next 159 years, as technology and techniques continued to grow, the ADA formally recognized nine dental specialties to protect the public, nurture...
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Saucy Advice

In his two-part article, “The Secret Sauce,” Dr. Donald Rinchuse discussed the many facets of a customer-oriented orthodontic practice. This excerpt from March/April 2018 Orthodontic Practice US also applies to any dental professional, whether a general or dental specialist. The...
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Keep cultivating team players

Your office staff is your most important asset, and keeping your team involved and invested in your practice can be one of the most important strategies to building your business. Ali Oromchian, JD, LLM, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of...
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