Archive for May, 2018

5 tips for improving patient referrals

It’s no secret that word of mouth is the ultimate marketing tool for a dental practice. Even in today’s digital age, growing your business through referrals is a solid strategy. Here are 5 tips to help keep referrals rolling in.

5 easy promotions to run at your dental practice

It’s easy to let dental practice marketing slip to the bottom of your to-do list but ignoring new patient acquisition for too long could leave your practice in a hole. Here are five promotional ideas that can give a gentle boost to your appointments.

Teenagers and dental implants

The teen years are a difficult time. There’s a lot of pressure to fit in and have the right look. It makes sense that teenagers who suffer from missing teeth are often in a rush to fix the problem. Installing implants before jaw and facial growth is complete can be a bad idea. Here’s why […]

5 pitfalls to avoid in your dental practice

Learning from your mistakes is part of running a successful business. But wouldn’t it be a whole lot easier to just learn from the mistakes of others, instead? In this post, we’ll cover 5 common dental practice pitfalls and make suggestions on what you can do to avoid them.

Behaviors that can increase your risk of facial disease

Approximately 50,000 Americans are diagnosed with oral cancer every year. Lower your risk factor by doing your best to avoid the following behaviors.

5 of Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait For Your Dental Implant

You need a dental implant, but you are reluctant to get started. We understand that there is some hesitation and life gets in the way. However, here are a list of reasons as to why you shouldn’t wait. Stop your remaining teeth from moving. Your teeth help keep everything in place. When you are missing […]

3 equipment upgrades to consider

It’s not always easy to know when it’s time to upgrade expensive dental equipment at your practice. The real return on investment can be difficult to calculate and technology moves so fast that it’s hard to stay ahead of the curve. Here are three situations where the expenditure typically pays off.

Why do I need to replace a back tooth?

Patients missing a back molar sometimes decide to avoid the cost or discomfort of undergoing treatment to replace the tooth. Most reason that there’s no need to replace the tooth because “nobody can see it.” Unfortunately, this is a decision that may lead to long-term problems.