Dental Practice Brokers' Blog
As the dramatic year that was 2016 comes to an end, it’s important to look towards the future. While it’s difficult to predict exactly how the economy will change in 2017, we can take measures to ensure our small businesses have the best chance of thriving. Adopting an effective marketing
Giving back to your community is an extremely gratifying concept and something that can assist you in building your reputation as an ethical dental professional. While some professionals prefer to give monetary donations, others would rather give of their time. We have compiled a few ideas to help you with
Like any other business, dental practices experience seasonal ups and downs. The good news is that there are plenty of things you can do to keep yourself busy during the slow seasons in preparation for a successful 2017. Take A Vacation Practicing self-care isn’t just about eating right and getting
Every small business eventually hits a plateau. When you reach this stage, start looking to grow some aspect of your practice. Whether you choose to automate certain processes to free up some time for yourself or hire new employees in order to grow the practice substantially, you need to reconsider
Over the last twenty years, we’ve watched as cell phones begin to permeate every aspect of our work and life. While this piece of technology is meant to improve our communication and productivity, it can often bring us more problems than it solves. Smartphones can negatively affect your performance at
Redesigning a dental office can be a complicated task. Generally, a dental office redesign requires a significant amount of planning and thought to pull it off successfully. And if you’re looking to sell in the near future, an upgrade is a great way to increase the value of your practice.
Routine check-ups can provide a consistent income for many dental practices, however, it’s important to remember that at the end of the day, most dentists entered the industry out of a real care for the oral hygiene of their patients. It’s therefore in their best interest when dealing with clients,
Tell me you didn’t have this experience when you were a child. You’d find out you were going to the dentist, maybe you liked it, maybe you didn’t. Either way, your parents would drag you along for a check-up, and when you walked in, you felt a sudden surge of
Planning a dental practice transition is stressful, particularly for any staff members who are employed by the practice. A functional and stable team is a crucial component of a successful dental practice transition, and it’s important that your staff convey a positive message to the world outside your practice walls.
It’s common for current employees to feel scared, insecure, or intimidated by the transition process so building those interpersonal connections is of the utmost importance. Here are some ways you can do that. An Honest One-On-One Meeting The biggest sources of employees’ negative feelings will involve the potential changes that