Subscription-Based Dental Care On the Rise

Concierge health care is becoming more popular among doctors who want an easier way to serve patients without the hassle of insurance companies. In this newer model of healthcare, patients can select a membership plan with their general practitioner, pay out of pocket every month, and enjoy a range of health services at that office … Continued →

How The Floss Bar Is Innovating Dentistry

Continuing our series on innovative disruptions in the dental industry, we’re looking at what could be the future of dental hygiene: floss bars. Love them, hate them, or never heard of them, this trend could transform the way people receive basic preventative dental care. The Floss Bar offers an on-demand, potentially lower-cost alternative to traditional … Continued →

Buying A Dental Practice: Buyins/Buyouts & Mergers

Next up I’ll talk about the “non-traditional” general dentistry practice and how you need to approach those situations. What do I mean by “a non-traditional general dentistry practice”? I’m referring to general dentistry practices that have developed somewhat of a specialty niche that they focus on within their general dentistry practice. This could be services … Continued →

How To Reduce Your Accounts Receivable

Studies have shown that accounts receivable (AR) in dental practices is highest between January and April. If your practice sees higher than usual AR early in the year, make it your priority to reduce this number later throughout the year. Carrying a balance on your accounts receivable is a common practice with any business, and especially … Continued →