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Five ways to increase hygiene production

by Roger P. Levin, DDS Dental hygiene is a key driver of practice production. Unfortunately, many practices aren’t maximizing the potential of their hygiene department. In a typical scenario, the hygienist will treat seven or eight patients in a given … Continue reading

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NEVER ASSUME ANYTHING ABOUT YOUR PATIENT

“Never assume” is always very wise advice, and may be extra true in dentist/patients relationships. There are techniques to “pre-qualify” a patient’s initial interest, but that should not discourage the dentist from giving an honest and sincere presentation of the … Continue reading

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Ask for reviews from your patients – rank higher on Google

The name of the game is more reviews We’ve mentioned this before, but it is imperative that you develop a strategy to generate patient reviews on Google Places, which dramatically affects how Google ranks your practice’s website when patients are … Continue reading

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The Truth Is Not Being Told in Dental Practices

  There’s a hidden “virus” running through dental practices. What’s going on?   THE TRUTH IS NOT BEING TOLD! Patients are saying, “Yes” in offices, but really meaning “No!”   They’re saying, “Yes, I’ll do that treatment,” but in their … Continue reading

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STOP Selling Dentistry! Your patient wants to buy YOU.

Your patient doesn’t want to buy crowns and veneers. Your patient wants to buy YOU. Once a patient likes you, trusts you, believes in you, and knows you are REALLY concerned about them, they will want to accept your recommendations. … Continue reading

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