Compound interest, and how seemingly magical it can grow your investments is nevertheless a challenging thing to trust. When it is explained to us, it makes sense mathematically. When we experience it in our own lives, and start to save money and watch and hope it will grow, it can seem like it isn't "working". We expect to see growth, but often we don't
Mark Kleive DDS
I have been thinking a lot lately about the financial life cycle of a dental practice. I get to work with many dentists that are newly graduated when I teach financial management at The Pankey Institute. I know from the conversations that the debt of dental school, compounded with trying to buy a practice and make personal choices can seem overwhelming.
For many years when I walked into the operatory in my dental practice, the patient already had topical in place and my job was to get them numb. Over the years, I have learned a better way to build the value of my practice and to build greater relationships with my patients: I spend a few minutes at the beginning of an appointment to "check-in", and again
How much external marketing you do will depend on your dental practice and the area in which you live. One of my experiences is that no matter how a potential patient hears about you, the first thing they do is go to the internet and look you up. Finding your website used to be a focus for this, but today I am finding that Google reviews have an incredible