Kristin Tauras, JD, guides dental specialists through the legal elements Dental specialists are increasingly being sued for professional malpractice. As one plaintiff’s counsel explained, it is easier to get a dental specialist to settle than any other medical professionals these days. While most other medical professionals are aware that they are the target of lawsuits …Read Article
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Kerry Cahill, Esq., discusses how practitioners need to protect themselves even in altruistic circumstances Altruism and the ability and competency to help others are replete in the dental profession. In most providers’ experience, patients have approached them who may not be able to afford their services. With inflation continuing to rise, many patients may not …Read Article
Rose Nierman and Courtney Snow discuss the steps you can take to help patients access care, especially for larger cases What steps can you take to help patients access care in today’s economic environment, especially for larger cases? Dental practices are offering great financing options to make care accessible, and many are taking it a …Read Article
Dr. Len Tau discusses how to soothe the sting of a negative review No matter how much we try, negative reviews are inevitable. Every practice gets them. It’s only a matter of time. And with how hard we work as dentists to serve patients well, negative reviews can sting. Naturally, many dentists fear that each …Read Article
Rose Nierman says for patients and the practice it’s worth the effort to integrate medical billing Did you know that it is possible to bill medical insurance for CBCT? Many dental practices bill medical insurance for sleep apnea appliances, oral surgeries, TMJ orthotics, and diagnostic imaging services. Medical billing in a dental office is a …Read Article
JoAn Majors shows the power of the “preheat” when a well-trained team can instill confidence with implant patients With implant dentistry or any “want to” treatment with a larger fee, the words, “I’m not the doctor, but …,” can have a powerful impact on innocently “preheating” anything from bone economics to fees from a well-trained …Read Article
Rose Nierman explores some intricacies of billing medical insurance An all-too-common situation that we see daily — your patient is in urgent need of extractions, bone grafting, and implants. As you review the treatment plan, you advise your patient that his dental plan will reimburse for a small portion of the care at $1,500. Your …Read Article
Marketer Rachael Sauceman discusses safe and effective marketing evolving after the COVID-19 crisis To say that the COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for change across all industries is an understatement. Earlier this year, dental practices across the nation were struggling to maintain revenue while abiding by state regulations, as well as recommendations set forth …Read Article