Woman gets prison for stealing $625K from dental office December 6, 2019 -- A woman who was the bookkeeper and receptionist at a dental office in Virginia was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to stealing approximately $625,000 from the practice. Her husband also was involved in the theft and received probation, according to news reports.
3 ways social media is hurting your dental practice December 5, 2019 -- Social media has been around for a decade now. Some practices are successfully managing their social media, but many continue to face challenges. Social media expert Rita Zamora explains three ways social media may be hurting your practice and offers advice on how to make social media work better for you, expand your practice visibility, and attract patients. Discuss
How to manage your boss (the dentist) December 5, 2019 -- Dentists are not perfect human beings, and each dentist has strengths and weaknesses. In his monthly column from the Dental Business Study Club, Dr. Roger P. Levin explains how team members can "manage up" the boss to help maintain a highly efficient, stress-free practice. Discuss
Pearl unveils AI product to better restoration process December 5, 2019 -- Artificial intelligence (AI) dental care company Pearl has launched a product that helps improve the dental restoration process by allowing labs to score and buck individual patient scans based on margin clarity.
Sikka Software, Sphere unveil Sikka Payments platform December 3, 2019 -- NEW YORK CITY - Sikka Software and Sphere have launched a new payment platform, Sikka Payments, to assist dentists with their cash flow management and patients with their payment options. The platform is designed to equip patients with a pay-anywhere capability and automate the payment and reconciliation process for providers. Discuss
Curve Dental partners with TDSC December 3, 2019 -- Dental software developer Curve Dental has partnered with The Dentists Supply Company (TDSC) to provide members of organized dentistry with savings on dental supplies and small equipment.
Solving patients' biggest payment complaints December 2, 2019 -- It seems simple enough. The dentist provides services necessary for the patient's dental health, and the patient agrees to pay for the services. However, this scenario can quickly change from agreement to argument if specific rules are not followed. Dr. James Anderson discusses some common patient complaints regarding payments and offers advice on how to avoid them. Discuss