February 24, 2022Practice Management
4 Ways Dentists Make Cash Flow Mistakes
One of the most common areas many dentists struggle with is managing their cash flow. But how can you fix that? Well, here are 4 common cash flow mistakes that dentists make, and what to do about them.
January 31, 2022Practice Management
5 Tips for Hiring a New Associate at Your Dental Practice
If you’re feeling ready to expand your dental practice, hiring a new associate dentist is a logical choice. But hiring a new dentist is a big commitment, too. So in this blog from Tooth & Coin, we’ll look at a few top common sense tips that you should keep in mind when hiring a new associate dentist at your practice.
August 25, 2021Practice Management
5 Things to Consider Before Selling Your Dental Practice
Building a dental practice from the ground-up is a dream for most dentists. But whether you want to move on to a new location, enter a new specialization, or just retire and enjoy the fruits of your labor, there may come a time when you need to sell your practice. In this blog, Tooth & Coin will take a look at a few things that you should keep in mind before you sell your practice.
December 19, 2014Practice Management
How to Setup a Dental Practice Break Room (for profit)
Every high-performing dental practice understands that it is important to set structured goals for their employees, owners, and the practice as a whole.
November 21, 2014Practice Management
Your Best Year in Dentistry
Here is a personal update from myself as well as a guide on setting your goals for 2015. You may be asking why I’m sending out a guide for 2015 when it’s only November. And that’s a fair question.
July 2, 2014Practice Management
Don’t Treat Your Dental Practice Like the World Cup
Ugh. USA. Come on. We made it through the group of death only to lose to Belgium? That’s soccer. Or football. Or whatever you like to call it.