Rest and Lunch Breaks for Your Dental Team

When your dental practice is busy and you are rushing from chair to chair, you are not typically paying attention to whether your team is taking their rest and lunch breaks.  Therefore,… Continue On +

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 +

Reducing Dental Appointment Cancellations

Imagine the nice vacations you could take if you could capture just a fraction of the cost of missed dental appointments.  The cost is also felt across the ocean.  The National Health… Continue On +

Feeling Stuck? Get a Good Night’s Sleep

The next time you are challenged and find yourself struggling for solutions, make sure you get a good night’s sleep.  When we dream, our brains are often in the best position to… Continue On +

Ideas for Block Scheduling

Henry Kissinger once said, “There cannot be a crisis today; my schedule is already full.”  How many times have dental practices felt the same way, and then the phone rings with a… Continue On +

You May Need to Stop Thinking Big

Why think big when so many breakthroughs are happening at the nano level?  And what can you learn from nanotechnology to improve time management? Let’s start with computer memory.  As you have… Continue On +

Simple Oversights Can Lead to Hot Water

What if your dental team comes to you with an idea for the summer: “Let’s shorten Thursday by one hour and then work straight through lunch.”  Would you follow their suggestion if… Continue On +

Outsourcing Your Payroll: One of the Keys to Happiness

As a business owner, one of the keys to your happiness is to outsource whenever you can.  Outsourcing your payroll will save you money, headaches and time. Payroll limits and rules are… Continue On +