Thought Leaders in Dentistry

Dr. Ron's top 10 time management strategies
September 14, 2009 -- Learn to do more in less time and reduce your stress in the process.  Discuss
A little extra for nothing
September 14, 2009 -- Offering our patients adjuncts to their overall health reinforces that we are the caring individuals they have come to know and trust.  Discuss
Dos and don'ts for leading your team
September 14, 2009 -- When leading your staff, it is critical to communicate with them and welcome their feedback. Know what's affecting your team members. Understand their concerns -- and ensure they are prepared for the upcoming day.  Discuss
Time to alter the public's perception of dentistry
September 10, 2009 -- Too many people pass judgment on dentists who present proper treatment plans to their patients, accusing them of overtreating and only looking to make money.  Discuss
Ask Marty: What is the best device for shade selection for composites and crowns?
September 10, 2009 -- A: Picking the correct shade of a restoration can be one of the more difficult things a dentist does. But a number of different techniques and tools are available to help you get the shade right.  Discuss
And miss out on all the fun?
September 9, 2009 -- Getting a dental license is supposed to be hard. Now they're going to eliminate the live-patient clinical exams?  Discuss
Running scared in a down economy
September 8, 2009 -- What do smart companies do in down times? They take smart actions.  Discuss
At last! Advertising that makes money
September 8, 2009 -- If you want your ads to really work, make sure they look like anything but advertising.  Discuss
Dos and don'ts for internal marketing
September 7, 2009 -- When strategizing marketing techniques to promote your practice, look no further than your own patients. Word of mouth is the most powerful form of marketing available.  Discuss
The magic of a new team member
September 4, 2009 -- Staff changes are always a challenge. But hiring a new employee can be an opportunity to update office protocols and incorporate new ideas into your practice.  Discuss