Do you know that there are simple ways in order for you to save cost in your dental practice to make it more sustainable? Do you want your dental business to achieve financially stability and be able to weather possible challenges in the future by making it more secure? Do you know that there are practical ways you can do now in order to increase savings on your cost? Find and discover 5 Simple Practical Hacks In Saving Money In Your Dental Practice at DMD cEnter post and try implementing them to see if does work for you.
CoVid-19 has changed our world in all aspects of our lives and this is even more apparent in our dental practice. So, how applicable is cold sterilization in current dental infection control? Is it still viable to use? Is it still reliable for us to use? To answer these questions, let’s delve into cold sterilization certain facts and decide if it’s still relevant in our dental practice or even if it can be an alternative way for us to use.
Ever since CoVid-19 Pandemic broke out a lot of us are asking the question whether we should quit our dental practice or not. Should we quit and find another business? Should we just retire and enjoy already the fruits of our labor that we have done after years of practice? Should we already sell our practice while it still has value? If you found yourself asking these questions more often than you should, then, here are the 7 Warning Signs If You Should Quit Being A Dentists.
In the world of the current technology, there are so many available developments that can make our dental treatments easier and better. One of them is the usage of Laser Technology. Are you interested in knowing more about it? Are you willing to initially know what it can do to your practice? Find out if this is something you’ll be willing to invest in and make your dental practice even better.
This pandemic has changed the landscape on how we majorly schedule our patients. So, as we tackle this issue, here are some DIY home remedies that we can advice them that are evidence-base with research for 3 of the most common problems that are not emergency cases, but, definitely causes them probable pain and discomfort.
Recently, I attended a webinar of PSP that discusses oral health in relation to CoVid-19 and it provided interesting information that inspired me to write on this topic. I ended up musing what’s happening now and what will be the effect of our actions now as dental professionals into the future such as the delegation of oral health being secondary and its seemingly disconnect of its significance to the over-all health; the effect of our delayed treatment to our patients when it is not an emergency or critical case; the main reason that drives our dental practice in this new norm and our moral dilemma as dental practitioners. Read and download further scientific information from the Journal of California Dental Society in regards to the current oral health with its significant correlation to the general health of our patients.
Dr. Sumeet Gupta of India, Dr. Swati Gupta and Dr. Rohan D Jagtap of US gracefully shared their informative summary in regards to dental practice during this pandemic. This is based on their experience and guidelines issued by CDC as well as IDA which intends to provide a review of recommended protocols for dental professionals and a more accurate information on how we can protect ourselves as we go about our dental practice in the new normal.
How do you create your dental charges? Do you just copy how others charge their dental services? Or, do you do it in a different way? How do you make sure that your dental fees doesn’t become a hindrance for patients to seek your services? What do you do to get really paid and not incur losses? Here are some of DMD cEnter’s tips in dealing with these issues and provide you food for thought as we try to stay afloat on this current new norm and our dental business flourish even at the midst of this pandemic.
Are you willing to take on an inherited unhappy patient from another dentist? Do you know how to handle this kind of patients and be able to render your dental services successfully and better than your predecessor? Here are some of DMD cEnter’s tips in assessing if you should take on this inherited dental case and handling them properly if you do so.