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  1. The Element of Trust in Case Acceptance

    The Element of Trust in Case Acceptance

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    The recession that began in 2008 has had a profound effect on orthodontic practices across the country. According to the Levin Group Data Center™, 75% of all US ortho practices have experienced production declines in the past four years. Of the 25% that continued to grow through that period, only approximately 6% achieved what would generally be regarded as excellent growth. Learn More

  2. The Impact of The Implant Treatment Coordinator

    The Impact of The Implant Treatment Coordinator

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    Implant dentistry is one of the fastest expanding fields in the dental profession today. And this expansion could not be coming at a better time. A growing implant practice allows for further investment into the practice, excellent income for the doctor and team and a successful, sustainable career. One person is largely responsible for this to happen—the Implant Treatment Coordinator. Learn More

  3. The Importance of Patient Satisfaction in the New Dental Economy

    The Importance of Patient Satisfaction in the New Dental Economy

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    Since the Great Recession, 75% of practices have experienced production declines. In today’s more competitive environment, patient satisfaction matters more than ever. Read Dr. Roger P. Levin’s whitepaper on how to improve patient satisfaction in your practice… Learn More

  4. The Mindset of the Winning Orthodontist

    The Mindset of the Winning Orthodontist

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    An interesting article in the Winter, 2011, issue of Rotman Magazine featured “win factors” for business leaders. I realized that most of these attributes could be adapted and applied to the management of orthodontic practices. I call them the Winner’s Mindset, and they are: 1. Self-Awareness 2. Motivation 3. Focus 4. Emotional Balance 5. Resilience 6. Adaptability As we discuss these, you’ll see that they are also the attributes of an effective leader—and the keys to creating a highly successful ortho practice. Learn More

  5. The Missing Systems™ — Reach Your True Production Potential And Achieve Continuous Growth - (Large Group)

    The Missing Systems™ — Reach Your True Production Potential And Achieve Continuous Growth - (Large Group)

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    While most dentists and specialists have superior clinical skills, those skills alone do not guarantee success for multi-doctor practices. There are many outstanding clinicians who operate struggling multi-doctor practices. In fact, 90%–95% of large group practices operate far below their production potential. According to the Levin Group Data Center™, large group practices lose on average $200,000 per doctor per year due to outdated systems. Learn More

  6. The Post Recession Implant Treatment Coordinator

    The Post Recession Implant Treatment Coordinator

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    The post-recession ITC is very different from the pre-recession one. The new ITC works to achieve targets and follows clear methods that motivate 90% of referred patients to accept treatment. ITCs who are still operating as they did in the past will find their close rates declining steadily. They need well-honed sales capabilities so they can close the deal when patients visit the office. By training—or retraining—your ITC, you can put your practice on the path to post-recession growth. Learn More

  7. The Post-Recession Ortho Treatment Coordinator

    The Post-Recession Ortho Treatment Coordinator

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    In the new dental economy, more parents are “ortho shopping,” cases are harder to close, and it frequently takes more than one consult to gain acceptance. This means that treatment coordinators must develop new skills. This whitepaper explains how TC retraining can enable a practice to maintain a close rate of 9% or more. Learn More

  8. The Power of Internal Marketing

    The Power of Internal Marketing

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    The most productive method of increasing new patients is through word-of-mouth referrals generated by internal marketing. Most of the best businesses recognize that word-of-mouth referrals, from happy and satisfied customers, lead to a powerful customer base. Internal marketing matters because it stimulates patients to refer others. It is much more predictable than external marketing and much more cost-effective. Learn More

  9. The Power of Practice Analysis

    The Power of Practice Analysis

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    Dentists and specialists must know the state of their practice. This is harder to accomplish than one would suspect.

    In a recent best-selling book about business management, authors Paul Nunes and Tim Breene focused on case studies of Fortune 500® companies. One very interesting aspect was the fact that very few CEOs understand when their companies are about to encounter trouble. The authors revealed a telling statistic that only 7% of companies entering into a “stall” or “decline” phase ever emerge from it.

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  10. The Practice Vision: A Powerful Tool for Growth

    The Practice Vision: A Powerful Tool for Growth

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    The most successful CEOs have a vision for their company. It defines not only what they intend the company to become but also how they will run it. In this whitepaper, Dr. Roger Levin shows you how to create a powerful vision for your practice. Learn More

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