Dental office schedules are a system that needs periodic review and evaluation. This may be even more important now since many have returned to practice with a different patient mix. In this video I will share a system I had in place which utilizes my entire team to manage our schedule for optimal efficiency and effectiveness.
Kelley Brummett DMD
In dental school most of us learned to use the same two sizes and lengths of dental anesthetic needles. Once I got out into practice and started to experiment with different sizes and lengths, I changed my protocol. In this video I will share what I use, and the clinical applications and advantages that lead me to these choices.
Sometimes the questions we ask our dental patients aren't structured to get us the information we are hoping for. Our clinical and planning decisions are based on the information we gather from patients. If we gather inaccurate impressions from their responses to our questions, we go down the wrong path clinically. Asking more powerful, well-crafted
Recently I went and spent time at the lab of my dental lab technician. I had heard that this was a good thing to do, but now I really understand the value. In this video I share why I went, and what I realized after the visit that makes me tell you: You need to do this! The value I got was far more than I expected when I scheduled the visit.