In this next installment of “DE’s Business Lab,” I give an overview of basic strategies for increasing profit in a dental practice. Sure, you can bring in more revenue, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that revenue will turn into profit… Advertisements
Many foods that are touted as “healthy” are not-so-healthy for your little one’s smile. Excess sugar and unhealthy fat lurks in many unsuspecting foods. Sugar sticks to your child’s teeth and causes tooth decay. Raw veggies, for example, are generally good for you – until you dunk them in a bowl of dressing with high… Continue reading 5 Healthy Foods That Aren’t Good For Your Teeth
Millennials—loosely defined as the group of people who are reaching adulthood in the early 21st Century—have a lot going for them. Soon to surpass baby boomers as the largest living adult generation, they’re poised to have an immense effect on our economy…and a big hand in shaping our future. But there’s one thing that’s not… Continue reading To All You Millennials Out There: Pick Up That Toothbrush!
Check out the latest release from Burg’s newspaper the Dental Times! Molar Man and Crew Help Flood Victims! Our favorite superheroes helped us recover after a nasty soda flood! Not everything was sunny in Dental Heights last Thursday when a flash flood of diet soda poured through the town! No idea where the torrent of… Continue reading Molar Man and Crew Help Flood Victims
Many businesses, large and small, have a huge source of great ideas that can help them improve, innovate, and grow, and yet so many of these companies never think of using this amazing corporate asset. What is this highly valuable asset? Its own people. Advertisements