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When everyone in a practice gets along, everyone benefits. Team members benefit by spending less time in conflict, getting work done faster, and enjoying their work environment. Patients get a better, more efficient experience. And the practice becomes more productive and profitable. More productivity means you can serve even more patients. Unfortunately, conflict-free workplaces are…

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Nearly everyone working in a dental practice will get in close contact with patients. Chances are, some of those patients will come in with a virus or other condition that can get you sick. And while dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants wear gloves to be sanitary, protecting patients from their germs and vice versa,…

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Dental professionals have a lot to do. We’ve got to treat patients. And we have to do all the tasks it takes to run a business. We have so many little things to address all day. And that’s only what we do at work. With all we’ve got to do, it’s easy to find yourself…

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In the Trapped in an OP Facebook group, we lead frequent discussions about finding job opportunities and career advancements. With more than 15,000 members, we have a broad mix of dental professionals networking and helping each other advance. We have dentists, dental assistants, and other dental practice team members. We have speakers, consultants, authors, and…

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Every dental professional we’ve come across since launching Dental Hub 360 has one thing in common: They want to make some part of their business or personal life better. Some are looking to grow their dental practices. Others are looking to transition their careers. Others are happy in dentistry but dream of a better personal…

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According to a recent survey, only 22% of Americans say they are working in their dream job. For younger workers, that number was significantly lower. Only 12% of respondents between 18 and 34 years of age said they had found their dream jobs. The percentage rises slightly to over 15% for people between 35 and…

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Dental practices can be stressful places to work. We are busy. We have a lot on the line. Our businesses and business practices are regulated by the government and insurance relationships. And when things go wrong, we risk lawsuits, negative online reviews, and more. It’s no wonder dental professionals feel stressed so often. You don’t…

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Because dental practices are so busy, we often spend more time talking about business growth than personal growth. In recent years, however, dental practices and other businesses have invested more and more attention to the personal growth of its leaders and team members—and rightfully so. When leaders and team members are at their best mentally,…

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6 Apps Every Dental Practice Needs

September 16, 2019 | 0

6 Apps Every Dental Practice Needs

With so many demands on dental practices, it can be hard to keep everything running organized and efficiently. Our teams need support and direction. We need to make sure tasks are being performed. Practice systems and processes need to be stored in a secure, central location where everyone can easily find them. The list goes…

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Choosing the right technology can be one of the most frustrating parts of starting or improving a dental practice. Dental practices have many unique technology needs that other businesses don’t have to worry about. Keeping up with all the dental technology we use to improve patient experience and procedure results is a lot of work…

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It’s impossible for a practice to grow without getting new patients into the chair. And with so many practices around, it can be difficult to compete if you don’t have a plan. At Dental Hub 360, we work hard to help you improve every area of your practice. From dental practice forms to sourcing the…

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While digital practice management offers many opportunities, one downside is it requires us to take on other responsibilities: planning, managing, and ensuring the security of technology systems. It’s hard enough to run a practice without having to take on yet another responsibility—and one we don’t learn about in dental school. Fortunately, with the right partner,…