Time Mangagement

How Much Time Do You Need in Your Schedule

Albert Einstein once said, “The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once.” If you do not allow enough time in your schedule for the treatment you are… Continue On +

Dental Patient and Dentist

Improving Hygiene Production

Long term patient relationships are built in the hygiene chair, which is why your hygiene team is so important for dental practice growth. Your hygiene team also contributes significantly to practice production—really… Continue On +


New Overtime Rule Blocked

The new overtime rule which would have raised the Fair Labor Standards Act’s salary threshold was set to go into effect Thursday, December 1, 2016. A federal judge in Texas issued an… Continue On +

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Tough Conversations about Gum Disease

One of the most challenging aspects of gum disease is not in treating it; instead it’s how to talk to dental patients about their condition. This is especially true when patients, who… Continue On +

Stop. Think. Act.

Habits That Threaten Your Identity

They’re just old habits. You likely to do them without even thinking. But these habits could be making you vulnerable to hacks, scams, ID theft and Internet phishing schemes out to separate… Continue On +

You're Hired

Finding the Right Associate Dentist

When you are busy enough to add an associate to your dental practice, it’s important to find a dentist who will reflect favorably on your practice. While that sounds straightforward, it’s more… Continue On +


FLSA New Overtime Rule – Effective December 1, 2016

On May 18, 2016 the Department of Labor released the final overtime rule that will take effect on December 1, 2016. These changes will affect all employees currently classified as exempt. Employees… Continue On +

Time Frame Deadline

Setting a Timeframe for Dental Treatment

If you are like most people, when you make an important recommendation, you often put a timeframe around it; otherwise your suggestion does not carry as much weight. The same goes in… Continue On +