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Advice for the Surgical Specialist – Have a sense of humor.

Advice for the Surgical Specialist – Have a sense of humor. No matter how well-run, all practices have their share of tough days. Things go wrong. Team members call in sick. Procedures take longer than expected. A little well-timed levity can turn a stressful day into a much more manageable one. The ability to laugh is a great way to keep things in perspective.

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Advice for the Orthodontist – Have a sense of humor.

Advice for the Orthodontist – Have a sense of humor. No matter how well-run, all practices have their share of tough days. Things go wrong. Team members call in sick. Procedures take longer than expected. A little well-timed levity can turn a stressful day into a much more manageable one. The ability to laugh is a great way to keep things in perspective.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper “How to Increase the Income from Your Practice” by clicking here.

Advice for the Pediatric Dentist – Have a sense of humor.

Advice for the Pediatric Dentist – Have a sense of humor. No matter how well-run, all practices have their share of tough days. Things go wrong. Team members call in sick. Procedures take longer than expected. A little well-timed levity can turn a stressful day into a much more manageable one. The ability to laugh is a great way to keep things in perspective.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper “How to Increase the Income from Your Practice” by clicking here.

Advice for the Endodontist – Have a sense of humor.

Advice for the Endodontist – Have a sense of humor. No matter how well-run, all practices have their share of tough days. Things go wrong. Team members call in sick. Procedures take longer than expected. A little well-timed levity can turn a stressful day into a much more manageable one. The ability to laugh is a great way to keep things in perspective.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper “How to Increase the Income from Your Practice” by clicking here.

Advice for the Dentist – Have a sense of humor.

Advice for the Dentist – Have a sense of humor. No matter how well-run, all practices have their share of tough days. Things go wrong. Team members call in sick. Procedures take longer than expected. A little well-timed levity can turn a stressful day into a much more manageable one. The ability to laugh is a great way to keep things in perspective.

Friday Freebie: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper “How to Increase the Income from Your Practice” by clicking here.

Dress professionally.

Dress professionally. It’s important that patients and parents believe that your practice meets the highest professional standards, and the right wardrobe will help create that impression. By maintaining a polished appearance, the orthodontist and staff project an image of competence and efficiency, earning parents’ and patients’ trust and respect.

Dress professionally.

Dress professionally. It’s important that parents believe that your practice meets the highest professional standards, and the right wardrobe will help create that impression. By maintaining a polished appearance, the pediatric dentist and staff project an image of competence and efficiency, earning parents’ trust and respect.

Dress professionally.

Dress professionally. It’s important that patients believe that your practice meets the highest professional standards, and the right wardrobe will help create that impression. By maintaining a polished appearance, the doctor and staff project an image of competence and efficiency, earning patients’ trust and respect.

Dress professionally.

Dress professionally. It’s important that patients believe that your practice meets the highest professional standards, and the right wardrobe will help create that impression. By maintaining a polished appearance, the dentist and staff project an image of competence and efficiency, earning patients’ trust and respect.

Dress professionally.

Dress professionally. It’s important that patients believe that your practice meets the highest professional standards, and the right wardrobe will help create that impression. By maintaining a polished appearance, the doctor and staff project an image of competence and efficiency, earning patients’ trust and respect.

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