Category Archives: Recall System

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…]


Warning Signs Your Schedule Is Just Keeping You Busy, Not Productive

The schedule is one of the most critical systems in your practice, yet it’s also one of the most abused. A well-managed schedule will keep you on track to meeting daily production goals, without burning you out or adding extra stress to your day. But so many dentists I’ve worked with find themselves having to …[Read More…]


3 Ways to Update Your Practice and Increase Case Acceptance

While investing in the right technology certainly can give your practice a boost, it isn’t the only way you can impress your patients. Making a few updates can do wonders for your practice, making it more attractive and more comfortable for patients—and that makes them more likely to accept any treatment you recommend. Here are …[Read More…]


Why Making Practice Changes Could Cost You Patients

You’re always looking for ways to improve your practice, whether that’s investing in new equipment or adding new services. Usually, change leads to positive results, but there are times when implementing new policies or systems might do more harm than good. The key is to think about how any changes you make might impact your …[Read More…]


Why Patients Aren’t Showing Up For Appointments

For many practices, broken appointments are just a normal part of the day. Patients call at the last minute to cancel or they just don’t show up at all. This of course sends the practice into a panic as you try to fill the open spots. Sometimes you’re successful and sometimes you’re not. When you’re …[Read More…]


3 Reasons Patient Retention Numbers Are Low

While a lackluster recall system results in low patient retention numbers, there are other reasons patients don’t come back. Read on for three of the most common and what you can do to make patients want to call your practice their dental home. 1. They don’t feel a connection. Patients want to feel like you …[Read More…]


Focus on Recall to Benefit Your Practice

When practices are struggling with high overhead costs, focusing on the recall system is one of the best ways to start increasing production and reducing overhead. This system truly is a cash cow, but most dentists tend to overlook it. Focusing on re-energizing recall will do wonders for your practice, ultimately growing your production numbers …[Read More…]


4 Common Practice Weaknesses a Consultant Can Help You Improve

There’s a lot that can go wrong in your dental practice – without you even realizing it. There are 20 practice management systems, and if they’re not cared for properly, it could spell trouble for your bottom line. That’s where a dental consultant can help. Consultants recognize weaknesses and offer proven strategies to help you …[Read More…]


Plan for Broken Appointments

Nobody on your team wants to deal with last-minute cancellations and no-shows. Broken appointments send your practice into a panic, as the Scheduling Coordinator does her best to find someone to take the open slots. If she can’t, the chances of you meeting daily production goals are pretty slim. Just like you plan for practice …[Read More…]


3 Types of Patients Who Hurt Your Practice

Problem team members aren’t the only ones who bring your practice down. There are certain types of patients who cause your practice more harm than good, and in some cases it might even be better to part ways with them, just like you would with an employee who has a horrible attitude and consistently poor …[Read More…]