A major theme we’re hearing again and again is how many dental practices are at capacity with ops fully booked every single day. While being super busy is seemingly a good thing for a dental practice, for most being at capacity means lost opportunities.Read More
The Design Ergonomics team attended The Team Training Institute’s 17th annual Champions of Dentistry Summit on April 29-30 in San Diego, CA. We joined hundreds of dentists and their teams who gathered to learn, and share, top strategies for building thriving dental practices.Read More
Without a doubt, your schedule is the most important management system in your dental practice.Read More
Prior to coming to work at Design Ergonomics, Mike Grace, who is currently Factory Manager at the company, worked in a restaurant kitchen and when not working, he enjoyed playing his bass guitar. What might seem an unusual background—food and music—turned out to be super valuable experience to work in a factory.Read More
For your dental office to attract customers at a tremendous rate, it needs the look and feel of a spa, but at the same time it has to function as a highly-efficient, dentistry-producing, factory! Most dental office designs do a decent job at one or the other of these goals, but never a great job at both. At Design Ergonomics, we understand that to accomplish both of these divergent goals simultaneously requires a very detailed planning rule set with a two-step approach that gets to the essence of your dental office design as accurately as possible – without wasting time … or your money.Read More
Trying to Find Dental Hygienists and Assistants for Your Dental Office? The Hiring Pool is Drying Up.
Hiring, hiring, and hiring. How can you possibly think about dental practice growth when you don’t have enough employees? While patients are returning to dental practices at the highest rate since the start of Covid-19, much of your dental staff has jumped ship, and many of them aren’t coming back to your practice, or any other for that matter. Right now, lack of team members is the number one rate limiting factor to dental practice growth.Read More