Turn-key Periodontal Program for the General Dentist
Establishing a structured periodontal therapy program is essential in providing quality care for your patients and for the financial stability of the dental practice.
Dispel the fears commonly associated with implementing a periodontal therapy program. (4 segments)
- Learn what a prophy is… and is NOT!
- Recognize how periodontal therapy drives restorative acceptance
- Learn how to diagnose, treatment plan and establish appropriate fees for each case type
- Discover the under-utilized codes of periodontal therapy and how to maximize patient benefits
- Illuminate and eliminate the reasons we allow fear to keep us from implementing new systems
- Identify how to connect patients’ oral health to overall systemic health, enhancing patient care and treatment acceptance
- Utilize terminology to avoid pitfalls in treatment plan presentation
- Unite your team and improve morale while increasing patient involvement and quality of care
Retire Your Debt and Retire on Your Terms
Are you worried about financial obligations of the dental practice? Struggling with school debt? Wondering if you’ll be financially able to retire?
Discover how to reverse the effect of lost money and patients on the dental practice and how to significantly lower your overhead. (5 segments)
- Learn the reasons that all dental practices would benefit from a structured periodontal program
- Understand the “busy-ness” problem in dentistry and how to reverse it
- Identify the generations that spend the most money in dental practices and why
- Periodontal disease does not have pain. Learn how this enhances restorative case treatment acceptance.
- What if there were other options for dental school graduates rather than feeling that corporate dentistry is their only viable option?
- Learn solutions to resolve the “overwhelm” in your business
- Why insurance companies are paying more money more often to treat periodontal disease
- Explore how to generate 5-10 times your present hygiene income
- Identify why most dentists are not successful at generating an appropriate profit margin