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  1. Follow Up: A Critical Responsibility for the OTC

    Follow Up: A Critical Responsibility for the OTC

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    Dr. Roger P. Levin explains how the right follow-up consultation techniques can increase ortho case acceptance rates to 90%. Learn More

  2. Goal Setting - A Critical CEO Function

    Goal Setting - A Critical CEO Function

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    Dr. Roger P. Levin explains how to set goals and use them to turn aspirations into accomplishments. Learn More

  3. How Failures Lead to Success

    How Failures Lead to Success

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    Failure is a great teacher—actually a better teacher than success. When we have success, most of us believe it is expected and that we deserve it. We follow a formula. We went to college, worked hard enough to be accepted to dental school, got our licenses and opened practices. If we merely continue the formula, we believe that all will be well. Unfortunately, nobody has success all the time. The reason is that ongoing success means trying new things, moving out of one’s comfort zone. Whenever we move beyond the highly predictable status quo, we run the risk of some level of failure. Without failure, there is no growth. We learn more from our failures than our successes. Learn More

  4. How Implant Practices Can Thrive In the New Economy

    How Implant Practices Can Thrive In the New Economy

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    In the new economy, implant practice success is not guaranteed. While implant practices can certainly survive, only those offices that adapt to the new reality will thrive year after year. Building value and introducing flexible financial options are critical to increasing implant case acceptance. By adhering to these two rules, implant doctors position themselves for remarkable, life-long practice growth. Learn More

  5. How Interdisciplinary Dentistry Increases Implant Production

    How Interdisciplinary Dentistry Increases Implant Production

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    Referrals have traditionally involved minimal interoffice communication. Root canals, orthodontics, impactions and the majority of periodontal cases are referred to specialists who do their part and then the general practice does its part. Even in cases that require some level of restorative follow-up, communication between offices (other than clinical letters) remains incomplete. This scenario, while not ideal, worked well until the advent of implant dentistry. For this service, there are usually two parties involved in an implant case—the surgical specialist and the restorative doctor. These two doctors typically have little understanding of how to work together in such areas as case diagnosis, presentation, communication and follow-up. Learn More

  6. How Ortho Practices Can Thrive In the New Economy

    How Ortho Practices Can Thrive In the New Economy

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    Increasing production in ortho practices was an easy process for many years. In the past, there was an abundance of new patient consults that resulted in starts. Parents were able to make a significant down payment. Orthodontists had the luxury of taking it for granted that observation patients would convert. Then, the recession hit and changed all the rules. Production dropped for ortho practices—something no one could have foreseen. Learn More

  7. How Orthodontists Become Better Leaders

    How Orthodontists Become Better Leaders

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    If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. —John Quincy Adams Strong leadership drives ortho practice success. However, becoming an effective leader can mean walking a difficult path. Orthodontists receive no leadership training in dental school. In fact, most do not receive leadership training at any point in their career. Consequently, leadership poses one of the most complex challenges for orthodontists. Business leadership is challenging, ortho leadership doubly so. Unlike leaders in other business fields, orthodontists have the burden of not only owning and operating the practice, but also being the main producer all day, every day. Given this challenge, understanding and implementing clear methods of leadership in the ortho practice is critical not only to lowering doctor stress but also to effective teamwork. Learn More

  8. Increasing Production with the Right Systems

    Increasing Production with the Right Systems

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    Your practice is the best investment you ever made, and it can generate even greater returns when the right systems are implemented. Unfortunately, most practices do not have standardized systems at all. What these offices have instead are habits, which are based on the personal preferences of employees. In good times, practices may be able to get by on habits—not in bad times. That is why production for so many practices has either hit a plateau or declined during the economic downturn. Learn More

  9. Learn from Ritz Carlton

    Learn from Ritz Carlton

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    Studying four top hotel chains that are renowned for their customer service was informative and useful for application in dental practices. Practices that want to perform well in the future will be the offices that realize customer service is as critical to their practice as it is to five-star hotels like the Ritz-Carlton. Learn More

  10. Level IV Leadership

    Level IV Leadership

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    Leadership can be extremely challenging for dentists. Their days are spent devoted to providing optimal patient care, yet doctors are still expected to find time to manage their practices and lead their teams. While there are many popular books on leadership, most are written from a perspective of a Fortune 500 executive with 10 assistants and five vice presidents to carry out his or her every command. This is not a reality for dentists and specialists. Yet without strong leadership skills, doctors will find it difficult to reach the highest levels of practice performance and success. Learn More

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