When it comes to running a successful practice, one of the most important details to focus on is maintaining a great working relationship between you and your staff. A sense of trust and the feeling of belonging can be instrumental in ensuring that your practice is a place where workers are happy, engaged, and performing at their best.
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While our roots are in websites and marketing for dental specialists, we now offer, due to demand, websites for all types of dental practices. So read on, pick up some tips and let us know if we can help in any way!
It can be common for people to have a fear of going to the dentist. An early childhood tooth-pulling or even a difficult root canal during a person’s adult years can sour the experience of sitting down in a dentist’s chair. Some people don’t even want to think about stepping into the waiting room! Read more
Magicians might be tight-lipped about their methods, but when they are on stage they use elaborate, grandiose language while doing a lot of tricks where things appear or disappear out of thin air. Have you ever seen a magician pull foot after foot of handkerchief from the mouth? Or produce a live, flying bird? Some magicians can even swallow a sword.
We have all had those times where the days seem to pile up, where each morning our schedule starts out booked solid with patients, our afternoons packed with errands, and our evenings taken up with other obligations. After a few of these in a row, you start to think of that phrase “work-life balance” almost like a cruel joke.
Humor is a great ice-breaker. When you have new patients (especially young ones), that first visit to a dentist can be a bit nerve-wracking. Even people who have been to the dentist several times can get antsy. People tend to think of sitting in a dentist’s chair as something like being trapped in a torture chamber. But we all know that that couldn’t be further from the truth. We only torture our enemies.