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During your practice evaluation we assess feedback from you, your team, and your patients in 6 key areas of practice success. It’s like a Checkup for your practice.
We give you and your team the vision, the tools, and the training you need to attract a flood of new patients and turn current patients into ambassadors for your practice.
Through individual accountability, measurable standards, and effective systems we empower your team to make a difference in the lives of those you serve.
A step-by-step approach to creating your Possible Practice.
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Check out a few of our recent articles.
Technology can be a double edged sword. Its great to be on the leading edge of Dentistry and provide your patients with the latest and greatest care possible but you want to make sure you are not on the bleeding edge of dentistry, where you are the guinea pig for products and services and it comes at you and your patient’s expense.
As far back as I can remember, I have been taught that ACTIONS & PEOPLE ARE THE NATURAL RESOURCE TO SUCCESS! Since 1974 I have been observing that this youth-taught principle certainly has application in the Dental Team. If the team really wants to be successful, then it is the responsibility of each team member to look carefully, kindly and thoroughly at themselves. Even though there is no “I” in the word TEAM . . . the first element of team is self mastery and self accountability. You can’t be a team player if you don’t take responsibility for your own actions, attitudes and personal self. In other words, if each team player assumes self mastery, then this circle of “ONES” will inspire and motivate the productive dreams of the entire team. One life touches another and then there is a circle of union, elevation and movement.