Archive for June, 2020

HEPA filtration in the operatory

Keeping patients protected and helping them to feel safe in the dental operatory has always been important, but now, in light of COVID-19, ensuring that your office is the safest in town could make a real difference in how your practice grows over the next year or two. If you do not currently have a […]

What to do in the event of facial trauma

Falls, blows to the face, sports- or work-related injuries and vehicle crashes are the most common causes of facial trauma. Serious trauma can lead to facial fractures and damaged, broken or missing teeth. If you, or someone under your care, has suffered facial trauma, quick action is very important. Call your dentist or oral surgeon […]

9 blog post ideas

Publishing a blog is a great way to improve SEO, keep your patients informed, and boost the amount of content you have to share on social media–but sometimes, it’s hard to come up with things to write about. Here is a list of blog topics to help you if you encounter writer’s block. 1. How-tos […]

Five procedures in oral surgery to know

Your mouth is one of the most important parts of your body. We use it for eating, talking and non-verbal communication and it plays a major role in how we feel about our face when we look in the mirror or interact with other people. If you’re unhappy with the look or function of your […]

How to prevent a dental emergency

Dealing with a dental emergency could end up being costly and stressful. Here are simple things you can do to prevent one from happening. Be diligent with maintaining your oral health care Many dental emergencies don’t arise out of the blue. By seeking routine dental checkups twice a year, you are being proactive and can […]

Marketing cosmetic dentistry during a recession

Here are a few tips to help market cosmetic services that some may view as non-essential. A shift in mindset People still have disposable income during a recession. Your marketing challenge is to offer the benefits of choosing dentistry over that extra vacation. Don’t decide ahead of time what patients are/aren’t willing to pay for […]

Approaches to combating a recession

While no one really knows what the recovery period following the coronavirus shutdown will look like, it’s a good idea to plan for tough times and be pleasantly surprised if things bounce back quickly. Here are a few strategies dental practice owners have implemented during slow times of the past. Create a new profit center […]