Evaluate all expenses. Analyze every single expense in the practice and answer questions such as: Is this expense essential for the practice? Is there an opportunity to reduce the cost of this product or service to the practice? Does this expense contribute to a return on investment for the practice?
Don't forget to watch spending when building a new practice. Often the issue is not the building of the new practice, but the overbuilding of the new practice and a desire to buy new expensive furnishings and equipment. This is natural because it's an opportunity to create the dream practice that the dentist has always wanted. However, the cost of the new building, equipment, and furnishings can often create significant financial challenges for many years to come.
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