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3 Steps to Better Reviews

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Written by: Futuredontics

September 15, 2021
Get your dental practice more customer reviews and be in control of your online reputation.

Turn a Dental “Shopper” into a “Keeper”

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Written by: Futuredontics

August 17, 2021
We know having patients call about fees first can be frustrating. But remember, we're all shoppers before we are buyers.

5 Free Facebook Tools No Dentist Can Live Without

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Written by: Futuredontics

July 26, 2021
Seven out of ten U.S. adults are on Facebook; so, it’s not surprising that 98% of dental practices we surveyed are on there, too.

6 Super Easy Ways Dentists Can Stop No-Shows

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Written by: Futuredontics

April 29, 2021
No-shows dental patients are a frustrating reality most practices face regularly. 88% of dental practices report that they have at least one ..

10 Keys to Increasing Dental Case Acceptance

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Written by: Dr. Greg Grobmyer

April 14, 2021
We’ve all had it happen. You do thorough records on a new patient - radiographs, probing depths, and a comprehensive exam. It’s obvious to you..

2020’s 6% Decline in Dental Practice Revenue Better Than Expected

Written by: Renee Hense

April 5, 2021
A recent study by Software Pundit and Dental Intelligence has found that dental practice revenue dropped 6% in 2020. The findings reflect a much..

20 Ways to Impress New Dental Patients

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Written by: Dr. Greg Grobmyer

March 25, 2021
When we are done prepping a crown, we “take” an impression. The tooth is already there, and we are merely making a working copy of it. When we..

COVID-19’s Effect on Private Practice Sales to DSOs

Written by: Renee Hense

February 24, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every industry, with dentistry being no exception. From the initial concern for dentists’ safety, to the..

ADA Warns Patient Volume Won’t Rebound Any Time Soon

Written by: Renee Hense

January 29, 2021
Recently released data from the ADA Health Policy Institute reports that dental patient volume has stagnated, still only 80% of pre-COVID-19..