Thursday, 11 August 2016 17:36

Incremental Growth in Your Dental Practice

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Incremental Growth in Your Dental Practice

By Sam Peloquin

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Incremental [ in-kruh-men-tl ] Adjective - Increasing or adding on, especially in a regular series

Revenue [ rev-uh n-yoo ] Noun - An amount of money regularly coming in

Ever so often when we're talking with doctors about growing their practice they'll bring up the fact that after all of their overhead they don't have any cash left. Understandably so, there are a handful of ways to make you as the doctor more comfortable financially in your office and incremental revenue is one way. This is good for the entire team to know because half of the time not everyone understands how this can work and when everyone understands, everyone benefits.

Lets break down the math for you, to show you just how the finances in your office works.


 

Monday, 11 July 2016 18:28

Interview with Todd Ehrlich, DDS of Digital Enamel

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Interview with Todd Ehrlich, DDS of Digital Enamel

By Sam Peloquin

We all know that today in your Dental Office, your dental patients are always 'too busy' or they have to "check their schedules." Lucky for you, you are able to provide enhance treatments to your patients thanks to CAD/CAM technologies and because of that, single appointment dentistry has greatly improves the patient experience. In other words, in some cases, in smaller treatments what they may think might take 2 or more dental appointments, really take only one.


 

Monday, 11 July 2016 17:38

How to Be Prepared for When the Sky is falling

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How to Be Prepared for When the Sky is falling

By Sam Peloquin

"When everything seems dark, it's your company's WHY that is the light to lead the way.Success starts with the WHY. Put simply, why you do what you do. When you understand that, it will guide you through the ebbs and flows of business. It will attract others that believe what you believe, both employees and customers. Simon Sinek's "Golden Circle" illustrates why a company that understands their WHY is more successful and inspires where others cannot. Like Simon Sinek beautifully said, "People don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it." So think carefully, what's your WHY? Few organizations actually know their WHY and even fewer actively share it. But the most important thing you, your employees, and your customers can know is WHY your organization exists. The HOW and the WHAT follow accordingly. Then you can start to talk about what you believe and attract others who share those beliefs.

 

 
Monday, 11 July 2016 17:30

Are You Standing Out In the Dental Industry?

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Are You Standing Out In the Dental Industry?

By Sam Peloquin

How can you make sure that your dental practice is one that stands out? How can you stand out in your personal life, your business life? How can you stand out in everything that you do? How can your dental team, be a team that stands out among the rest? 

If you look historically at work, performance and income, it used to be if you did a good job at work, you would receive a good income. Today, it takes an outstanding performance at work to achieve an outstanding income!


 

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