Dental Education

  • Digital Dentistry's Bottom Line

    Dr. Gary Kaye has been using digital dental technology in his practice for 15 years, from chairside CAD/CAM to 3D scanning and printing, and other technologies. Here, he describes how technology saves the practice significant time and costs, while also engaging patients so that they keep coming back for more...
  • Swimming with the Sharks: An Introduction to In-House Discount Plans

    In this dental practice management article, Dr. Charles Blair discusses the advantages of offering an in-house discount plan to keep the chairs in your dental practice filled.
  • The Tax Deductions That Many Dentists Miss

    With such a complex tax code in the United States, it’s no wonder many dentists are missing deductions that would save them money. Learn the five most common deductions missed and why it’s vital to work with a knowledgeable accountant to find those that apply to your business.
  • Writing Narratives That Will Result in Reimbursement

    Dr. Charles Blair identifies some of the challenges in writing a narrative and offers advice that will better focus you when dealing with these challenges.
  • New Dental X-Ray Guidelines: How They Will Affect Your Practice

    INTRODUCTION In October, we published a report outlining the potential impact of the National Council on Radiation Protection’s new guidelines, as detailed in the NCRP’s Report #145 and published in Dentistry Today.1 In this article, we identify a simple, economical approach and product that will help dentists conform to some...
  • Billing Medical for Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)

    3D imaging is vital for some dental procedures and extremely valuable in others. Many patients will seek coverage of the imaging from their medical plans. Therefore, dentists must understand the intricacies of submitting CBCT imaging claims with the proper billing codes to increase the likelihood of coverage.
  • Don’t Fail Your Next Exam

    Dr. Charles Blair takes the confusion out of insurance coding by using clinical scenarios and outlining common misconceptions.
  • Every Dental Practice Needs a Current Valuation!

    Most doctors see no reason to have a practice valuation done if they are not adding associates or selling, but there are many reasons to have one done that secure your family’s assets and income and ensure you can take advantage of opportunities that might come up. Read about the practical reasons to have a valuation done on your practice. Read More...
  • What Matters to Patients?

    You might be the most precise, well-liked, and well-educated dentist, but if your patients do not feel comfortable they’re not likely to return, or worse, they’ll reconsider seeking dental care altogether. Here, we will explore 4 concerns likely in the minds of your patients. Read More...
  • Re-Examine Your Exam

    Dentists have a unique window into the body’s total health through oral exams, if they know what to look for. Focusing on complete health sets a practice apart from others, but it can also be life changing for your patients by identifying and managing health issues early on. Learn the benefits of providing total health exams to your patients. Read More...

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