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Mary's photo used on our About Us, Welcome to our Blog and other pages. Mary is the Owner and CEO of The Dental Business

A Note From Mary

When you think you can’t afford to hire a practice management coach or consultant is when you need one most. If your practice is in need of a consultant/coach, find one that will work with you on payments. Our clients see their investment repaid many times over and in a very short period of time. …

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Top Mistakes Made By Dental Practice Owners

What are the top mistakes made my dental practice owners? 1- Under estimating the value of team communication   * Morning meetings or huddles are the most important communication of the day. This 10 to 15 minute meeting will set the tone for the day. The Doctor or Scheduling Coordinator should facilitate   Review the schedule …

Mary's photo used on our About Us, Welcome to our Blog and other pages. Mary is the Owner and CEO of The Dental Business

Interview with Mary Fisher-Day, Founder and Owner, The Dental Business – Part Two

Conducted by Livvie Matthews, Simple Social Media TV Part Two Livvie Matthews: Mary, what about Compliance and Documentation? Do you feel there are particular areas that practices should pay attention to when it comes to Compliance and Documentation? Mary Fisher-Day: Yes, I do. These are the areas dentists rarely think about. Yet, these are areas …

Photo of a dentist .. does he need a valuation for his practice?

Do You Really Need a Dental Practice Valuation?

Do you really need a dental practice valuation? Yes, and for the same reasons you have disability and life insurance…to protect your family. In the event of Practice owner’s death, the practice value decreases an average of 5% per week and 50% of practices go unsold when the owner dies unexpectedly. A thorough practice valuation …

Image of sign about retirement. Is your dental practice ready for this sort of transition?

Your Dental Practice … What’s Around the Corner?

If you’re planning to sell your dental practice in five years or less, here’s what you should know! Do update office dĂ©cor (if it hasn’t been done in the last five years). Don’t add on to your office unless you have less than three treatment rooms. Do discuss your plans with your accountant. Don’t tell …