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Mind The Gap!
Actually, mind the 2 gaps!First, the gap between whatyou produce and what you collect. The average gap between production and collections is almost 2 months-worth of work! This isn’t due to patients not paying their bills, it is due to PPO write-offs. If you are collecting less than 80%...  Read More
Simple Practice Breakthroughs from Billion Dollar Companies - Season 1 Episode 9
Simple Practice Breakthroughs Recently I traveled to Oklahoma City to deliver my new lecture, Simple Practice Breakthroughs. The topic of the lecture was just that, a history of how I tackled seemingly complex problems that popped up in my...  Read More
The Big Five: #5 Capacity
By Dr. Bill WilliamsBeing a $10,000 a day dentistis not for everyone. It is not easy. No one said dentistry has to be hard but it does take being a good multi-tasker to consistently hit the higher numbers. I believe it is far more likely for you to become a high producer if you have many arrows in...  Read More
The Dental Jungle - Conversions
By Dr. Bill WilliamsIn the dental jungle there are 101 stories; this is the fourth in a series of these stories. We follow Dr. Alex Middleton, The Guide, as he again gives sage advice to his dentist friend, Dr. Jack Mudd.*TEAM - CONVERSIONSWondering what would most impact the growth of his dental...  Read More
Production: Which Numbers Are Important?
There is a lot of confusion when it comes to dental production and the correct numbers to track. Some dentists look at total production, others look at adjusted production, while even others cut it down further. In our opinion, there are two production numbers that should be tracked to better...  Read More
5 Ways to Use Treats in Your Dental Office This Holiday Season (That Don’t Include Eating)
November 5 2014 -- Patients and vendors are a crucial element of your dental practice, and we think they’re great. That being said, their thank you treats can start to weigh down your break room table (and the scale), which means it’s time for some creative intervention. Or, not so much...  Read More
How Your Practice Can Survive a Few Slow Months
Here's my latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog.Put simply, the secret to making it through slow times as a dentist is great planning. If you have a good idea of what’s coming, and you have a plan in place to deal with it, you’ll be able to get through short periods of...  Read More

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