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The average clinic should be spending between 5.5% to 7% of revenue on dental office supplies. But sometimes we get a little over-excited, buy a few new products and end up blowing the supplies budget out of the water. If you find that’s the case for your clinic we have good news. Getting a handle […]

I had the pleasure of attending a presentation by Dr. Michael Sernik who built his dental practice with no advertising. Sernik, a pioneer in his field, had some incredibly valuable insights and I wanted to share three brief lessons I learned from the presentation. Lesson 1: Your best patients are referred patients The problems with […]

    Keeping good records is incredibly important, which is probably why we mention it in every other post. Whether we’re talking about your policies and procedures, your accounting documents or your patient files, your record keeping practices have the opportunity to make or break your business. Know what you need to keep Canada Revenue […]

  Everyone needs a dentist, right? So it would be fair to think that opening a dental practice – pending you have the appropriate education and experience – would be a sure-fire kind of business. A practice that you build and grow and the clients would simply come… except that’s not always the case. In […]

  Chances are anytime there’s the word “issue” you want to avoid it, the case of cash flow issues is no different. To avoid cash flow issues it’s important you know two things: Your cash flow cycle. You need to know how long it takes to get money into your bank account after treatment is […]

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