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In this blog, the focus is on two main challenges that affect dental practice owners: designing a marketable brand and improving team performance. How do you do all this while loving your work and retaining empathy? Dr. Olitsky has the answer in this enlightening...read more
Cosmetic Dentistry Cause & Effect: Why Failing to Meet Patient Expectations is Never an Impossibility
One of the most difficult aspects of cosmetic dentistry is the element of subjectivity in assessing esthetic goals. What seems excellent and attractive to a dentist may be very different from what a patient has in mind. Complications arise out of this divide and can...read more
By: John Nosti, DMD, FICOI, FAGD, FACE I remember the feeling of my first day in private practice, it was excitement about the freedom of not being in the educational environment any longer, while simultaneously having the feeling of anxiety for not having an...read more
Jason Olitsky, DMD, FAACD When patients present with the desire to improve their smile, for me that is a natural conversation. I love helping patients improve their smiles through a wide range of treatment options including bonding, orthodontics, bleaching, veneers or...read more
Summer means long days and hotter temperatures. For dentists, it also tends to coincide with a decrease in appointments, less cases, and more free time. You’d think this might be seen as a good thing (so long as it’s not so radical as to affect your...read more
The strongest method for navigating problems as they arise is to purposefully create a culture that can withstand them. The reality of running a successful office is that you will encounter professional failures that lead to personal doubts. To overcome them, you have...read more
One of the greatest fears we have in our professional lives as dentists is failure. Case failure, communication failure, marketing failure, team management failure, and on and on. What we may not recognize is that a career without risk (and therefore, without failure)...read more
We can’t avoid hitting ruts or low points in our dental careers. Luckily, we can always make the most of difficult situations and come out stronger on the other side by learning from them. In Part 2 of Dr. Lee Brady’s interview, you’ll learn the...read more
Cases that seem to start out great can go sideways when we least expect it. In this post, Dr. Nosti outlines a recent case of miscommunication in his practice and how he resolved a potentially disastrous situation. Read on to learn from the story of a patient who...read more