Category Archives: Recall System

How Focusing on Recall Benefits Your Practice

If your practice is struggling with lackluster production numbers, revamping your recall system is one of the best ways to get back on track and to start meeting daily goals. But that’s not the only benefit focusing on recall can provide. Here are four more: 1. Case acceptance numbers will go up. When you have …[Read More…]


Use Professional Marketing Materials to Boost Recall

Hiring a Patient Coordinator to reach out to past due patients via phone is a great way to give recall a boost. Another method you can use to get more patients on the schedule is sending out professional Educational Recall Reminders. Many dentists I work with mail generic recall reminders to their patients and hope …[Read More…]


4 More Ways to Improve Your Schedule

Implementing online scheduling is a great way to improve your schedule. It adds efficiencies to the process and enables patients to make appointments at any time, day or night—making them more likely to actually schedule. It’s important to keep your scheduling system streamlined and make sure your days are productive, not just busy. Here are …[Read More…]


Switching to Hybrid Scheduling

If you’re trying to build production numbers (and I’m sure you are) you might want to consider switching to a new scheduling system. Many dentists still appoint patients six months out, and while this might make your schedule look full, it’s actually hurting your production numbers. As the practice CEO, it’s up to you to …[Read More…]


3 Tips to Revamp Recall and Reduce Out-of-Control Overhead

For many practices, investing in recall just isn’t a priority. They send generic postcards via snail mail to patients who are overdue and think that’s enough. Unfortunately, it isn’t, and your lackluster recall efforts could be part of the reason practice overhead costs are soaring. Your recall system represents the highest potential for bringing money …[Read More…]


Tips to Help You Earn Patient Loyalty

Typically, dentists only see emergency patients once. Even though they leave the office feeling much better than when they arrived, chances are these emergency patients have no intention of ever coming back. That’s usually because dentists and their team members don’t do much, if anything, to earn their loyalty. Educating emergency patients and helping them …[Read More…]


3 Ways to Grow Your Practice in 2018

Converting emergency patients to comprehensive exams represents a great opportunity for practice growth—and is one you should take advantage of in 2018. There are a variety of other ways you can grow your practice in the New Year as well, enabling you to finally meet your full potential. Here are a few: 1. Focus on …[Read More…]


How to Guarantee Patients Don’t Bolt When You Raise Fees

Most patients aren’t going to leave your practice when you raise your fees – unless they were thinking about leaving anyway. To help ensure they don’t use a small price bump as an excuse to find a new dental home, start focusing on really building connections with your patients. Here’s how: 1. Offer superior customer …[Read More…]


Tips To Help You Grow Production

When production numbers are down, no matter the reason, it can be pretty frustrating. It seems like no matter how hard you work, nothing changes, and you continue to fall short of your goals. Moving from a guaranteed hygiene salary model to a two tier system will certainly help improve stagnant production numbers, but there’s …[Read More…]


Hiring a Scheduling Coordinator

You’re tired of dealing with a mess of a schedule every day, so you recently hired a Scheduling Coordinator to manage this system and set you up for success. That’s great, and will go a long way in streamlining your days – but do you know how to get the most out of this new …[Read More…]