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Archive for month: June, 2017

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Educate patients about the surgical specialist.

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Educate patients about the surgical specialist. The more they know about your practice, the easier it is to create confidence in the care they will receive. A good place to start is by talking about the doctor with a script that begins, “Let me tell you a little bit about Dr. Smith.” Sharing information about the doctor often goes a long way toward creating confidence in the practice.

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

Help patients maximize their dental insurance benefits.

Help patients maximize their dental insurance benefits. Thoroughly educate all patients about insurance benefits. Many patients fail to “max out” their coverage for dental treatment each year. When patients realize their insurance will pay for additional services before year’s end, they are more likely to agree to proposed treatment.

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

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Educate parents about the pediatric dentist.

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Educate parents about the pediatric dentist. The more they know about your practice, the easier it is to create confidence in the care they will receive. A good place to start is by talking about the doctor with a script that begins, “Let me tell you a little bit about Dr. Smith.” Sharing information about the doctor often goes a long way toward creating confidence in the practice.

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

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Educate parents and patients about the orthodontist.

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Educate parents and patients about the orthodontist. The more they know about your practice, the easier it is to create confidence in the care they will receive. A good place to start is by talking about the doctor with a script that begins, “Let me tell you a little bit about Dr. Smith.” Sharing information about the doctor often goes a long way toward creating confidence in the practice.

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

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Educate patients about the endodontist.

Advice for the Front Desk Team – Educate patients about the endodontist. The more they know about your practice, the easier it is to create confidence in the care they will receive. A good place to start is by talking about the doctor with a script that begins, “Let me tell you a little bit about Dr. Smith.” Sharing information about the doctor often goes a long way toward creating confidence in the practice.

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

Show appreciation for your co-workers.

Show appreciation for your co-workers. Most people want to be recognized. This can be as simple as just saying “thank you” after another team member helps you with a patient. It’s easy to take fellow team members for granted. A little politeness and appreciation go a long way.

Show appreciation for your co-workers.

Show appreciation for your co-workers. Most people want to be recognized. This can be as simple as just saying “thank you” after another team member helps you with a patient. It’s easy to take fellow team members for granted. A little politeness and appreciation go a long way.

Show appreciation for your co-workers.

Show appreciation for your co-workers. Most people want to be recognized. This can be as simple as just saying “thank you” after another team member helps you with a patient. It’s easy to take fellow team members for granted. A little politeness and appreciation go a long way.

Show appreciation for your co-workers.

Show appreciation for your co-workers. Most people want to be recognized. This can be as simple as just saying “thank you” after another team member helps you with a patient. It’s easy to take fellow team members for granted. A little politeness and appreciation go a long way.

Show appreciation for your co-workers.

Show appreciation for your co-workers. Most people want to be recognized. This can be as simple as just saying “thank you” after another team member helps you with a patient. It’s easy to take fellow team members for granted. A little politeness and appreciation go a long way.

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