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.