Dental Practice Health Check is designed
to help dental practice owners improve
their businesses. Sound, evidence-based
principles are off ered to assist practice
owners in becoming better people
managers, to help them drive revenue
and profitability through marketing and
customer service, and ensure the business
has robust systems and procedures to
support its operation.
A practical guide to dental finances,
aimed at the dental practitioner
juggling the running of a business
with managing the clinical treatment
of patients. Learn how to plan more
effectively, take control of your
financial future and ensure your long
A guide to essential legal issues for the
general dental practitioner.This book
gives a detailed understanding of key
areas such as consent and negligence
and highlights the clinical risk areas in
general dental practice and ways of
managing these risks.
Learn the business skills you need to run a dental office! Not only is Practice Management for the Dental Team the most comprehensive dental practice management book on the market, it is also the only one that includes Eagle Soft software exercises for a realistic office experience. This unique text provides step-by-step instructions for performing essential dental office skills, from managing patients to running the business. It covers all aspects of law and ethics, technology, communications, and business office systems. Spiral binding makes the book easy to use!
There are many ways to achieve
success. However, organisations that
are successful tend to share a number
of common characteristics. This book
looks at how these characteristics
apply to the profession of dentistry and
how they can be applied to create a
successful dental practice.
Taking its lead from the concept of delivering oral care using a
team approach, this book considers how the whole team can
contribute to providing the very best care and support to each and
every patient. In its practical approach to the subject, the book
identifies methods in which feedback from patients can best be
gathered and the ways in which it can be advantageously utilised.
A whole chapter is devoted to how complaints can be handled,
both to retain satisfied patients and also to drive up standards.