While it’s undeniably important for your team to know the ins and outs of our software, it’s just as key that they know how to present it to your patients. DentalHQ training programs help your team will see the full picture of how we give control back to the dentist, putting you in the driver’s seat for the benefit of practice and patient health.
With all the challenges of the past year, the health of your dental practice is probably on your mind. We’ve put together a list of a few things you could be doing to give your practice the best start at a 2021 of growth and positive evolution.
When it comes down to it, we became dentists because we are passionate about the care and keeping of teeth and how oral health positively impacts the overall health of our patients. It’s certainly why I got into the profession—I wanted to be a great dentist (still do). But, what I quickly learned upon starting my practice 12 years ago is that we can’t just be that. We also have to be businesspeople.
Among the many ways dental membership plans can help make your office a success, they’re proven to help increase case acceptance. Here are just a few ways in-house plans can help restore your patients’ willingness to sign on the dotted line, so your practice stays healthy and your patients get the treatment they need.
So, you’ve heard about dental membership plans. Whether the concept first came to you via word of mouth, web search, or journal article, you’ve probably at least thought about how they might fit into your practice. Along the way, you might have seen a few confusing, or even conflicting, bits of information
Millennials present a unique challenge for dental practices, due to their financial challenges, purchasing habits, and tendency to not have dental insurance. Membership Plans help you meet that challenge.
You know how insurance companies jack your rates up the older you get? Yea, we hate that too, which is why we are so passionate about dental membership plans. They are the perfect solution for your retiree patients.