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10 Tips to Help Your Dental Practice Produce Less Waste

June 29, 2023

More and more these days, people want the organizations they do business with to share their values. Many are concerned about taking care of the environment and it makes a difference when their favorite businesses show they also care. Here are our top 10 tips for […]

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How Dental Practices Can Increase Revenue This Year

June 8, 2023

Some challenges that dental practices are facing today are a result of the pandemic. Others were caused by the ways dental care has been evolving for years. It might feel harder than ever to lower operating costs and grow your client base, but many offices […]

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Dental Platforms: In Hand Dental and Dental Monitoring Face-Off

May 11, 2023

One of the main difference between the In Hand Dental and Dental Monitoring (DM) dental platform is that In Hand Dental uses real people to monitor and interact with clients, while DM uses artificial intelligence. The AI makes DM more expensive, but we’re not convinced […]

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Top 8 Tips for Reducing Refinements

April 28, 2023

For clear aligner treatment, experts advise keeping your refinement rate under 30%. Reducing the number of refinements per patient not only makes your treatments more efficient and creates more revenue for you, it also makes patients happier. The longer their aligner treatment lasts, the less […]

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Don’t Get Left Out of the Growing Aligner Treatment Market

March 22, 2023

Of dental practices surveyed, the most popular services include preventative, aesthetic, and restorative services. The top four restorative services are routine cleanings, crown and bridge, whitening, and dentures.  But among the top treatments forecast to grow in the next five years are clear aligners.  In […]

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An App to Help Your Patients With Sleep Apnea

November 2, 2022

About 70 million people in the United States have obstructive sleep apnea, and its prevalence is on the rise. Sleep apnea isn’t just dangerous to the patient while they are trying to sleep (for the obvious reason of their airway being obstructed) but it poses […]

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