Dental Practice Made Simple: Scheduling a 2nd room

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Dental Practice Made Simple is a video series from and Levin Group. Tune in every Wednesday for a quick tip from Dr. Roger P. Levin to learn how to build high-powered, proven systems that lead to practice success.

One way to hit your production goal is to have a dentist work two rooms at once using smart, accelerated scheduling, Levin said in the latest episode of Dental Practice Made Simple. When well constructed, this simple practice can raise production by 30%, Levin said.

"Working two rooms means you have two rooms working equally," he said. "You have two assistants who can accept a lot of delegation. The dentist moves comfortably back and forth."

One common pitfall that Levin sees is dentists who think they're working two rooms but aren't fully establishing that setup. A well-implemented setup should result in more production and the dentist being less tired at the end of the day, Levin said.

Watch the video below to learn more about scheduling and working two rooms at once.

Dr. Roger P. Levin is CEO of Levin Group, a leading practice management and marketing consulting firm. To contact him or to join the 40,000 dental professionals who receive his Practice Production Tip of the Day, visit or email

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