How To Prepare Your Dental Practice For Long-Term Shut Down

I live in Florida. From Thanksgiving to Easter, the population of Florida grows 5%. Each year, nearly 900,000 “Snowbirds” travel from above the Mason Dixon line to warm, sunny Florida. Before heading south, the Snowbirds go through rig…

Dental Practices and Coronavirus by State Regulations

**Research as of March 16th at 1:30pm**   In light of recent events, I am pulling my blog slated for this week and addressing the Coronavirus. I’m sure as I am writing this, the information will change. Things are happening by the minu…

Boil Water Advisory In Effect: Is Your Dental Practice Ready?

 “What? When?!? How!!!?” Ok, relax…before you freak out, this is only a test; a test to bring to light what would happen to your dental practice if your town or municipality actually did issue a boil water advisory. A “boil wate…

Dentist Appreciation Day

Birthdays and Anniversaries are celebrated once a year. I am not sure how the, “hey, let’s have a day for that” started, but I think they’re wonderful. What is so significant about March 6th? It’s National Dentist Appreciation Day! It’…

The Psychology of Space When Designing a Dental Office

Look around, what do you see?  Better yet, how do you feel? Design a space strictly for your own personal appeal is tempting, but this is a dental practice and patient comfort must be considered – in fact, it’s one of the MOST im…

February Focus: Dental Practice Ergonomics Awareness Month

 February means red, romance, love and my birthday!  It’s a month long reminder to focus on the ones we love, especially our patients.  In case you didn’t know, February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. It is a month dedica…
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