Ninety percent of practice growth is driven by the endodontic team. But for that to happen, the doctor needs to have trust that the team is aligned to their practice vision and goals, and capable of achieving them.
If your endodontic practice has been at the same level for a while, it can slowly move out of alignment as your personal goals evolve. Here are 4 questions you need to ask yourself now.
This week, we had the opportunity to speak with three incredible endodontists who are women with highly successful practices.
In recognition of International Women’s Day today, we’re celebrating women and how female endodontists thrive and excel in our profession.
William S. Burroughs said, “When you stop growing you start dying.” Growth is what keeps an endodontic practice healthy and rewarding. When growth stops, it’s a warning sign to do something.
All dental treatment is expensive in the eyes of the patient. Here is how to ensure patients arrive prepared for the cost of treatment and to pay their out-of-pocket costs in full before they leave.