CARES ACT Passes What You Need To Do Now

As I’m sure you have heard the CARES Act has passed the Senate and House and has been signed into law by the President. We have some information about the act and… Continue On +

SBA Loan Process – Keep a Copy of The Application But Don’t Take The Money Yet

If you are or have started the SBA loan process, the first thing, I’m sure, you have noticed is how gruesome and frustrating the application process is; assuming the website hasn’t crashed.… Continue On +

Disaster Action Plan for Your Practice

We know that with each blog post and news development you are likely overwhelmed about what to do next for your practice.  What are the best steps to take while your practice… Continue On +

You Have Until July 15th to Make Tax Payments, Tax Returns Still Due April 15th

Yesterday the IRS released Notice 2020-17 providing relief from tax payment deadlines due to the COVID-19 emergency.  Please note this relief is for tax payments only.  This notice does not provide an… Continue On +

Guide More Patients to Schedule for Treatment

The following scenario occurs far too often in dental practices.  You diagnose treatment and spend an appropriate amount of time explaining your recommendations, and you leave the operatory certain the patient will… Continue On +

Utilizing Perio Code D4346 Effectively

Starting with the CDT code update in 2017, a new perio code was created: D4346.  This code is for scaling in the presence of generalized moderate or severe gingival inflammation.  Just because… Continue On +

Steps to Take When the Schedule is Slow

How do you respond when you look at the schedule and see huge openings?  While it is normal to be concerned, it is important to not become consumed with worry.  There is… Continue On +

Deterring Embezzlement

Imagine for a moment that a generous person placed $1,000 in cash on your desk as a gift, but with the gift came a warning: “There is a 50% chance that someone… Continue On +