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Archive for month: October, 2016

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Build value for the orthodontist.

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Build value for the orthodontist. Simple and reassuring statements about the doctor can have a positive impact during the new patient call. Enthusiastic remarks such as “You will be in excellent hands with Dr. Jill” or “Children just love coming to see our doctor” create real value for parents considering an ortho practice for their children.

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Advice for the Front Desk Team – Build value for the pediatric dentist.

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Build value for the pediatric dentist. Simple and reassuring statements about the doctor can have a positive impact during the new patient call. Enthusiastic remarks such as “You will be in excellent hands with Dr. Jill” or “Children just love coming to see our doctor” create real value for parents considering a practice for their children.

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Use “active listening” with patients.

Use “active listening” with patients. Demonstrate that you understand and respect what patients are saying by listening for their key points and repeating them in your own words in a questioning tone to indicate that you heard correctly. This technique ensures that both parties agree on what’s being said and shows patients that you’re not just waiting for your turn to talk.

Use “active listening” with patients.

Use “active listening” with patients. Demonstrate that you understand and respect what patients are saying by listening for their key points and repeating them in your own words in a questioning tone to indicate that you heard correctly. This technique ensures that both parties agree on what’s being said and shows patients that you’re not just waiting for your turn to talk.

Use “active listening” with patients.

Use “active listening” with patients. Demonstrate that you understand and respect what patients are saying by listening for their key points and repeating them in your own words in a questioning tone to indicate that you heard correctly. This technique ensures that both parties agree on what’s being said and shows patients that you’re not just waiting for your turn to talk.

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Before buying new technology, check the reviews.

Before buying new technology, check the reviews. When you need to purchase new equipment or software for the practice, don’t rely solely on the manufacturer’s marketing materials. They will understandably portray it in the best possible light. Check professional journals and online resources for objective reviews and ratings by other practices, and talk with colleagues who’ve already purchased the technology.

Do you know where your practice stands? Find out with Levin Group’s new 30-Minute Practice Assessment! Spend 30 minutes on the phone with a dental management expert… free. It’s your opportunity to see how your practice compares, discover your revenue potential and discuss any business challenge you’re facing, at no charge. To schedule your assessment, call 888-973-0000 or email customerservice@levingroup.com.

Advice for the Pediatric Dentist – Improve your listening skills.

Advice for the Pediatric Dentist – Improve your listening skills. Listening involves two things—hearing what is said and also hearing what is not said. Often the most important message being communicated is what has been omitted. When interacting with parents, patients and team members, try to listen for those unstated messages. To quote business guru Peter F. Drucker, “The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said.”

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Before buying new technology, check the reviews.

Before buying new technology, check the reviews. When you need to purchase new equipment or software for the practice, don’t rely solely on the manufacturer’s marketing materials. They will understandably portray it in the best possible light. Check professional journals and online resources for objective reviews and ratings by other practices, and talk with colleagues who’ve already purchased the technology.

Do you know where your practice stands? Find out with Levin Group’s new 30-Minute Practice Assessment! Spend 30 minutes on the phone with a dental management expert… free. It’s your opportunity to see how your practice compares, discover your revenue potential and discuss any business challenge you’re facing, at no charge. To schedule your assessment, call 888-973-0000 or email customerservice@levingroup.com.

Before buying new technology, check the reviews.

Before buying new technology, check the reviews. When you need to purchase new equipment or software for the practice, don’t rely solely on the manufacturer’s marketing materials. They will understandably portray it in the best possible light. Check professional journals and online resources for objective reviews and ratings by other practices, and talk with colleagues who’ve already purchased the technology.

Do you know where your practice stands? Find out with Levin Group’s new 30-Minute Practice Assessment! Spend 30 minutes on the phone with a dental management expert… free. It’s your opportunity to see how your practice compares, discover your revenue potential and discuss any business challenge you’re facing, at no charge. To schedule your assessment, call 888-973-0000 or email customerservice@levingroup.com.

Advice for the Orthodontist – Improve your listening skills.

Advice for the Orthodontist – Improve your listening skills. Listening involves two things—hearing what is said and also hearing what is not said. Often the most important message being communicated is what has been omitted. When interacting with parents, patients and team members, try to listen for those unstated messages. To quote business guru Peter F. Drucker, “The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said.”

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