If your dental practice is slower than you’d like, this may be a good time to expand the dental services that you provide to your patients.
Dr. John C. Cranham, an internationally recognized clinician in Chesapeake, Virginia tells us, taking advantage of the additional time that you may now have to learn new ways to serve your patients, will decrease the stress of the moment and lead to increased productivity and profitability as you utilize your new skill.
In his article on the dental practice in tough times, he explains how they added implant surgical procedures to their restorative practice.
Dr. Cranham describes 6 factors for success:
- Find a mentor
- Create a timeline and a budget
- Become and expert
- Embrace technology
- Create a support team
- Control your schedule for optimum focus
Get all the details of his success in the full article.
And let us know what changes you’re making in these times.