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- Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS, Speaker, Author. Dental Hygiene Coach & Consultant

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What Can We Learn From the ADA 2016?

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

October 27, 2016

Last week was the American Dental Association Annual Session and prior to the meeting the Academy of Dental Management Consultants met.

One of our 1st keynote speakers was a lady named Laurie Guest. We discovered that she secret shopped many of the dental consultants businesses.

What can we learn from the ADA 2016?

There is one thing that our team at Dental Practice Solutions learned from our secret shopper experience:

  • Quickly find a common thread with the person calling your office
  • Find a way to make the caller feel comfortable
  • Have a good connection with your caller – quickly
  • Quickly express empathy when a caller expresses a challenge or pain

These calls to your office are are crucial for patients deciding to schedule a new patient appointment, it’s the reason they will return to your dental office and indefinitely.

What Can We Learn From the ADA 2016?

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

#adadenver2016

 CLICK TO VIEW VIDEO

Last week was the American Dental Association Annual Session and prior to the meeting the Academy of Dental Management Consultants met.

One of our 1st keynote speakers was a lady named Laurie Guest. We discovered that she secret shopped many of the dental consultants businesses.

What can we learn from the ADA 2016?

There is one thing that our team at Dental Practice Solutions learned from our secret shopper experience:

  • Quickly find a common thread with the person calling your office
  • Find a way to make the caller feel comfortable
  • Have a good connection with your caller – quickly
  • Quickly express empathy when a caller expresses a challenge or pain

These calls to your office are are crucial for patients deciding to schedule a new patient appointment, it’s the reason they will return to your dental office and indefinitely.

Dental Hygiene Consultant

Dental Hygiene Consultant

ABOUT DEBBIE SEIDEL-BITTKE, RDH, BS

Debbie Seidel is founder of Dental Hygiene Solutions, Powered by Dental Practice Solutions.

DENTISTRY TODAY considers her a top dental consultant for the past 16 yrs.

The focus of Dental Hygiene Solutions is to create healthier, longer lives for our patients while supporting dental practices to tap into their hygiene department profit potential.

Debbie is also a former clinical assistant professor for the dental hygiene program at USC in Los Angeles.

In 2007 she wrote the accreditation, the curriculum, hire the teachers and oversaw the build out- managing a 2 Million Dollar Budget for a dental hygiene program in Portland, Oregon.

Debbie is passionate about supporting dental teams to provide a profitable, patient-centered dental practice through improving systems and efficiencies in the dental hygiene department.

Check out the Free 3-Part Hygiene Department Training: http://www.dentalhygiene.solutions

Overdue Dental Hygiene Patients

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

October 19, 2016

Every dental office has dental patients who need to schedule for restorative treatment and overdue hygiene appointments.

The last quarter of each year is the perfect time to reach out to patients who have overlooked their dental visit.

Many patients who have dental insurance will need to use it or lose it so a call, email or text message is a great way to reach out.

BUT…………….Why after your patient has put off their dental appointment, would they want to return now?

What can you do and say to get patients back before the end of year?

What’s your plan to bring your dental patients back before the end of 2016?

As a dental hygiene consultant I recommend that you always give your patients a reason to return that includes a value to them and a benefit for why they need to complete treatment or continue seeing their hygienist routinely.

We have an acronym for this and we call it: PARVB

It stands for:

Patient

Appointment

Reason to return

Value

Benefit

How will you use PARVB?

PARVB works best when you have your patient seated in your chair.

You as the clinician need to understand what is valuable to your patient. For example:

  • Is it important for your patient to have a beautiful smile?
  • Is money important in making their decisions?
  • What is valuable to your patient?
  • How will completing that restoration benefit your patient?
    • Will your patient save money if they have the decay removed next week vs. wait until it causes pain and needs a root canal and crown? i.e. Cost more money to them!

When your patient is in the office as a patient write a PARVB and when a patient refuses to schedule or calls to change their scheduled appointment know what that patients PARVB is and state to your patient the exact reason they need to return and let that reason be the Value to your patient and state how it will benefit them.

Hope this helps you to keep your back door closed.

Overdue Dental Hygiene Patients

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

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Every dental office has dental patients who need to schedule for restorative treatment and overdue hygiene appointments.

The last quarter of each year is the perfect time to reach out to patients who have overlooked their dental visit.

Many patients who have dental insurance will need to use it or lose it so a call, email or text message is a great way to reach out.

BUT…………….Why after your patient has put off their dental appointment, would they want to return now?

What can you do and say to get patients back before the end of year?

What’s your plan to bring your dental patients back before the end of 2016?

As a dental hygiene consultant I recommend that you always give your patients a reason to return that includes a value to them and a benefit for why they need to complete treatment or continue seeing their hygienist routinely.

We have an acronym for this and we call it: PARVB

It stands for:

Patient

Appointment

Reason to return

Value

Benefit

How will you use PARVB?

PARVB works best when you have your patient seated in your chair.

You as the clinician need to understand what is valuable to your patient. For example:

  • Is it important for your patient to have a beautiful smile?
  • Is money important in making their decisions?
  • What is valuable to your patient?
  • How will completing that restoration benefit your patient?
    • Will your patient save money if they have the decay removed next week vs. wait until it causes pain and needs a root canal and crown? i.e. Cost more money to them!

When your patient is in the office as a patient write a PARVB and when a patient refuses to schedule or calls to change their scheduled appointment know what that patients PARVB is and state to your patient the exact reason they need to return and let that reason be the Value to your patient and state how it will benefit them.

Hope this helps you to keep your back door closed.

Dental Hygiene Consultant

Dental Hygiene Consultant

ABOUT DEBBIE SEIDEL-BITTKE, RDH, BS

Debbie Seidel is founder of Dental Hygiene Solutions, Powered by Dental Practice Solutions.

DENTISTRY TODAY considers her a top dental consultant for the past 16 yrs.

The focus of Dental Hygiene Solutions is to create healthier, longer lives for our patients while supporting dental practices to tap into their hygiene department profit potential.

Debbie is also a former clinical assistant professor for the dental hygiene program at USC in Los Angeles.

In 2007 she wrote the accreditation, the curriculum, hire the teachers and oversaw the build out- managing a 2 Million Dollar Budget for a dental hygiene program in Portland, Oregon.

Debbie is passionate about supporting dental teams to provide a profitable, patient-centered dental practice through improving systems and efficiencies in the dental hygiene department.

Check out the Free 3-Part Hygiene Department Training: http://www.dentalhygiene.solutions

The Dental Jungle: What You Need to Know to Create Dental Practice Profitability

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

October 17, 2016

In the dental jungle there are 101 stories; this is one of them. Inside the dental jungle is where you will create dental practice profitability.

We follow Dr. Alex Middleton, the Guide, as he gives sage advice to his dentist friend, Dr. Edward Boyle.*

Alex sat with Dr. Edward Boyle in Java House in Nairobi, Kenya. They had just landed at Kenyatta airport the night before, stayed overnight at the Methodist Guest House in the posh Lavington district, and were awaiting the arrival of other mission team members from the US on British Air. They began to talk dentistry, what it was like back home and pretty soon the question that always came up was asked, “How do you do what you do so consistently? How do you achieve such high production numbers day in and day out?”  Alex answered by asking Dr. Boyle, “Why do you want to know? Why is it important to you to be more productive?” Then Alex asked the main question to Edward, “What is success to you?”

As they talked, the focus began to revolve around having time to do everything Edward wanted to do in life. His interests were many; his passion was great for serving others and being mission-minded topped the list. To that Alex asked, “Ed, how much free time is enough?” If you want a fulfilled life, you need to carve out a schedule that allows you to be fulfilled in each area of your life and if you need more time to do what is your passion; you need to find a way to support your “free time activities” with your “productive time activities.” Alex felt that Edward’s main need was to solve the engineering issues of being productive as a dentist so that he could also be productive in the social and spiritual arena. With this in mind, Alex began to develop a prescription for success for Dr. Boyle. This is the first prescription.

FACILITY:  THE TOUR – THE NPE

“What can I do to get to the next level?” Edward asked Alex. As they talked, Alex the Guide shared from the heart. He knew that to be successful, a dentist and team members have to connect with his or her patients on the first visit more than anything else. It sets the stage for all else to come in their business relationship.

“Borrowing” from Shakespeare, Alex explained that if life is but a play and we are all actors, then one of the most important plays is your New Patient Experience (NPE).  Yes, we look at the NPE as a play with a script, with actors coming on stage at their proper time, on cue at the right moment.  The end result of the NPE and the New Patient Tours through the office is a definitive result.

The tour of your office by your New Patient Coordinator establishes that you are unique.  Your expertise is showcased by demonstrated social proof on the walls.  Rapport is established and the goal of the tour is listening and understanding what drives and motivates the individual patient

The NPE has five parts:  1) The greeting; 2) the tour; 3) the interview; 4) the examination; and 5) the release.  Just like in Big Game fishing, you want the new patient to be let go from the practice unharmed, able to return again for their next visit.

Structure your NPE as if it were a play and expect to get rave reviews at the end. Your intent should be to deliver a Tony Award-winning performance with your team each and every day for each and every new patient you receive thereby establishing bonds of trust and rapport with the new patient.

With Alex’s description of the New Patient Experience, Edward saw that he could grow his practice to the next level by engaging his own patients in a more personal and in-depth manner. Alex was right that this would make it easier to treat patients when their wishes were more completely understood. Dr Boyle appreciated fully, “It’s not about me; it’s all about them.”

*Excerpt from The $10,000 A Day Dentist
Guest Author:  Dr Bill Williams

Dr Williams and Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS invite you to discover more:

Remember to register now for each of their next three online events

  1. Join us as we dig deeper into preparing for 2017: How to Create the $10,000 Day .
    Register for this Webinar on Oct 27th 8:30 p.m. Eastern By Clicking Here
  2. Then to register for our Best Marketing for 2017 Teleseminar #1 on Nov 1st 8:30 p.m. Eastern   COMING SOON!
  3. Finally Register for our Survival Tactics Teleseminar #2 on Nov 16th 8:30 p.m. Eastern  COMING SOON!

Want to be sure you don’t miss any of the above? Call or Email Vanessa: 949-351-8741 or email: vanessa@dentalpracticesolutions.com

The Dental Jungle: What You Need to Know to Create Dental Practice Profitability

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

In the dental jungle there are 101 stories; this is one of them. Inside the dental jungle is where you will create dental practice profitability.

We follow Dr. Alex Middleton, the Guide, as he gives sage advice to his dentist friend, Dr. Edward Boyle.*

Alex sat with Dr. Edward Boyle in Java House in Nairobi, Kenya. They had just landed at Kenyatta airport the night before, stayed overnight at the Methodist Guest House in the posh Lavington district, and were awaiting the arrival of other mission team members from the US on British Air. They began to talk dentistry, what it was like back home and pretty soon the question that always came up was asked, “How do you do what you do so consistently? How do you achieve such high production numbers day in and day out?”  Alex answered by asking Dr. Boyle, “Why do you want to know? Why is it important to you to be more productive?” Then Alex asked the main question to Edward, “What is success to you?”

As they talked, the focus began to revolve around having time to do everything Edward wanted to do in life. His interests were many; his passion was great for serving others and being mission-minded topped the list. To that Alex asked, “Ed, how much free time is enough?” If you want a fulfilled life, you need to carve out a schedule that allows you to be fulfilled in each area of your life and if you need more time to do what is your passion; you need to find a way to support your “free time activities” with your “productive time activities.” Alex felt that Edward’s main need was to solve the engineering issues of being productive as a dentist so that he could also be productive in the social and spiritual arena. With this in mind, Alex began to develop a prescription for success for Dr. Boyle. This is the first prescription.

FACILITY:  THE TOUR – THE NPE

“What can I do to get to the next level?” Edward asked Alex. As they talked, Alex the Guide shared from the heart. He knew that to be successful, a dentist and team members have to connect with his or her patients on the first visit more than anything else. It sets the stage for all else to come in their business relationship.

“Borrowing” from Shakespeare, Alex explained that if life is but a play and we are all actors, then one of the most important plays is your New Patient Experience (NPE).  Yes, we look at the NPE as a play with a script, with actors coming on stage at their proper time, on cue at the right moment.  The end result of the NPE and the New Patient Tours through the office is a definitive result.

The tour of your office by your New Patient Coordinator establishes that you are unique.  Your expertise is showcased by demonstrated social proof on the walls.  Rapport is established and the goal of the tour is listening and understanding what drives and motivates the individual patient

The NPE has five parts:  1) The greeting; 2) the tour; 3) the interview; 4) the examination; and 5) the release.  Just like in Big Game fishing, you want the new patient to be let go from the practice unharmed, able to return again for their next visit.

Structure your NPE as if it were a play and expect to get rave reviews at the end. Your intent should be to deliver a Tony Award-winning performance with your team each and every day for each and every new patient you receive thereby establishing bonds of trust and rapport with the new patient.

With Alex’s description of the New Patient Experience, Edward saw that he could grow his practice to the next level by engaging his own patients in a more personal and in-depth manner. Alex was right that this would make it easier to treat patients when their wishes were more completely understood. Dr Boyle appreciated fully, “It’s not about me; it’s all about them.”

*Excerpt from The $10,000 A Day Dentist
Guest Author:  Dr Bill Williams

Dr Williams and Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS invite you to discover more:

Remember to register now for each of their next three online events

  1. Join us as we dig deeper into preparing for 2017: How to Create the $10,000 Day .
    Register for this Webinar on Oct 27th 8:30 p.m. Eastern By Clicking Here
  2. Then to register for our Best Marketing for 2017 Teleseminar #1 on Nov 1st 8:30 p.m. Eastern   COMING SOON!
  3. Finally Register for our Survival Tactics Teleseminar #2 on Nov 16th 8:30 p.m. Eastern  COMING SOON!

Want to be sure you don’t miss any of the above? Call or Email Vanessa: 949-351-8741 or email: vanessa@dentalpracticesolutions.com

5M Mastermind NOW Includes Team Training (Implementation and Accountability)
For more information on the 2017 5M Mastermind go to SolsticeDentalAdvisors.com/2017

Dental Hygiene Consultant

Dental Hygiene Consultant

ABOUT DEBBIE SEIDEL-BITTKE, RDH, BS

Debbie Seidel is founder of Dental Hygiene Solutions, Powered by Dental Practice Solutions.

DENTISTRY TODAY considers her a top dental consultant for the past 16 yrs.

The focus of Dental Hygiene Solutions is to create healthier, longer lives for our patients while supporting dental practices to tap into their hygiene department profit potential.

Debbie is also a former clinical assistant professor for the dental hygiene program at USC in Los Angeles.

In 2007 she wrote the accreditation, the curriculum, hire the teachers and oversaw the build out- managing a 2 Million Dollar Budget for a dental hygiene program in Portland, Oregon.

Debbie is passionate about supporting dental teams to provide a profitable, patient-centered dental practice through improving systems and efficiencies in the dental hygiene department.

Check out the Free 3-Part Hygiene Department Training: http://www.dentalhygiene.solutions

Dental Hygiene Consultant Supports Growth

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

October 6, 2016

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October is a time of change. We not only have leaves that change but it marks the end-of-the-year and an important time for dental practices to communicate with their patients who are overdue for a hygiene visit or have outstanding treatment. It’s a great time to think about your marketing plan and dental practice growth.

It marks a time for holidays and during October we have witches and brooms because in the United States Halloween is experienced like a major holiday .

Along with Witches and booms come lots of candy. And with candy comes sugar and sugar is a major cause of tooth decay. So what can we do to let the kids enjoy Halloween but make a fun event for families and their children to come by and drop off their Halloween Candy.

October is National Dental Hygiene Month and what a better opportunity to promote  caries prevention by hosting a “Halloween Candy Buy Back Party” at your office!

As a dental hygiene consultant and someone who supports your dental practice growth, I believe October is the perfect time of year  to invite patients, friends and the community, to your office for an special party. End of the year;  November is a great time to invite children to come by and  drop off their Halloween candy. In return for the kids dropping off their candy they get money and a valuable prize in return.

PUT A HALT TO CHILDHOOD TOOTH DECAY

Did you know that tooth pain is the #1 reason children miss school? Here is a plan to put a halt to the tooth decay.  This is plan is called the Halloween Candy Buyback program and I am going to suggest a little twist to what you may know about this Halloween Candy Buy back event.

I want to suggest that you invite the trick or treaters to come by your office after they have collected all their candy. It can be a week night or a Saturday, for a few hours, that you invite the neighborhood kids to come by, swap those sweets for cash and prizes. You weigh their candy on a scale and in return you give them; let’s say for example, $1 for every pound of candy.

Here’s a little twist I want to include and this is where you will exchange the candy collected for fruits and vegetables and donate to a shelter in your area.

During the month of October you want to let all your patients know about the candy drop off; The Halloween Candy Buy Back Party. Invite your patients and the community to come by your office on a speicfic day for about  three or four hours for example, every hour you give away prizes.

PRIZES IN RETURN FOR CANDY

Did you know that tooth pain is the #1 reason children miss school? Here is a plan to put a halt to the tooth decay.  This is plan is called the Halloween Candy Buyback program and I am going to suggest a little twist to what you may know about this Halloween Candy Buy back event.

I want to suggest that you invite the trick or treaters to come by your office after they have collected all their candy. It can be a week night or a Saturday, for a few hours, that you invite the neighborhood kids to come by swap those sweets for cash and prizes. You weigh their candy on a scale and in return you give them; let’s say for example, $1 for every pound of candy.

Here’s a little twist I want to include and this is where you will exchange the candy collected for fruits and vegetables and donate to a shelter in your area.

During the month of October you want to let all your patients know about the candy drop off; The Halloween Candy Buy Back Party. Invite your patients and the community to come by your office on a specific day for about three or four hours for example, and every hour you give away prizes.

PLAN THE DENTAL PRACTICE OPEN HOUSE AS A TEAM

Meet with your team and decide what you can give away besides just the money in exchange for the candy. Maybe for all new patient appointments, scheduled with doctor exam, radiographs and at least a prophylaxis appointment, you give these new patients free tray whitening. Maybe you will give away a power toothbrush. Be creative, make it fun and think outside the box on this one.

So here’s the thing………you swap out the candy which causes tooth decay……and in return you can donate to a shelter or good cause and if you wish you can donate to the troops overseas. It’s up to you, what you decide to do with all that candy that’s left in your office.

I can assure you that if no one else is doing this in your community, when the 5:00 news catches on to what you are doing and when this hits your local community newspaper, and other community websites, this experience will be the talk of your town!

What’s In This for You?

What’s in this for you and your dental practice?

I can tell you that our clients who have been doing this over the years always get many overdue patients back on the schedule and they always have new patient appointments scheduled during the event. And besides creating a stronger brand for your dental practice in the community, you are helping to lower the incidence of tooth decay.

BTW: Is your office planning a Halloween Candy Buy Back Party? We love to share your photos in our weekly newsletter so please take some pictures of your party and send them to us so we can share with the dental world! Email us.

Hope to see you on the other side here. We look forward to sharing your Halloween Candy Buy Back story in November. If you are reading this because you saw it on our YouTube channel please hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss any of our weekly training and informative videos. See you next week!

Dental Hygiene Consultant

Dental Hygiene Consultant

ABOUT DEBBIE SEIDEL-BITTKE, RDH, BS

Debbie Seidel is founder of Dental Hygiene Solutions, Powered by Dental Practice Solutions.

DENTISTRY TODAY considers her a top dental consultant for the past 16 yrs.

The focus of Dental Hygiene Solutions is to create healthier, longer lives for our patients while supporting dental practices to tap into their hygiene department profit potential.

Debbie is also a former clinical assistant professor for the dental hygiene program at USC in Los Angeles.

In 2007 she wrote the accreditation, the curriculum, hire the teachers and oversaw the build out- managing a 2 Million Dollar Budget for a dental hygiene program in Portland, Oregon.

Debbie is passionate about supporting dental teams to provide a profitable, patient-centered dental practice through improving systems and efficiencies in the dental hygiene department.

Check out the Free 3-Part Hygiene Department Training: http://www.dentalhygiene.solutions

Dental Hygiene Consultant Supports Growth

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

October is a time of change. We not only have leaves that change but it marks the end-of-the-year and an important time for dental practices to communicate with their patients who are overdue for a hygiene visit or have outstanding treatment. It’s a great time to think about your marketing plan and dental practice growth.

It marks a time for holidays and during October we have witches and brooms because in the United States Halloween is experienced like a major holiday .

Along with Witches and booms come lots of candy. And with candy comes sugar and sugar is a major cause of tooth decay. So what can we do to let the kids enjoy Halloween but make a fun event for families and their children to come by and drop off their Halloween Candy.

October is National Dental Hygiene Month and what a better opportunity to promote  caries prevention by hosting a “Halloween Candy Buy Back Party” at your office!

As a dental hygiene consultant and someone who supports your dental practice growth, I believe October is the perfect time of year  to invite patients, friends and the community, to your office for an special party. End of the year;  November is a great time to invite children to come by and  drop off their Halloween candy. In return for the kids dropping off their candy they get money and a valuable prize in return.

PUT A HALT TO CHILDHOOD TOOTH DECAY

Did you know that tooth pain is the #1 reason children miss school? Here is a plan to put a halt to the tooth decay.  This is plan is called the Halloween Candy Buyback program and I am going to suggest a little twist to what you may know about this Halloween Candy Buy back event.

I want to suggest that you invite the trick or treaters to come by your office after they have collected all their candy. It can be a week night or a Saturday, for a few hours, that you invite the neighborhood kids to come by, swap those sweets for cash and prizes. You weigh their candy on a scale and in return you give them; let’s say for example, $1 for every pound of candy.

Here’s a little twist I want to include and this is where you will exchange the candy collected for fruits and vegetables and donate to a shelter in your area.

During the month of October you want to let all your patients know about the candy drop off; The Halloween Candy Buy Back Party. Invite your patients and the community to come by your office on a speicfic day for about  three or four hours for example, every hour you give away prizes.

PRIZES IN RETURN FOR CANDY

Did you know that tooth pain is the #1 reason children miss school? Here is a plan to put a halt to the tooth decay.  This is plan is called the Halloween Candy Buyback program and I am going to suggest a little twist to what you may know about this Halloween Candy Buy back event.

I want to suggest that you invite the trick or treaters to come by your office after they have collected all their candy. It can be a week night or a Saturday, for a few hours, that you invite the neighborhood kids to come by swap those sweets for cash and prizes. You weigh their candy on a scale and in return you give them; let’s say for example, $1 for every pound of candy.

Here’s a little twist I want to include and this is where you will exchange the candy collected for fruits and vegetables and donate to a shelter in your area.

During the month of October you want to let all your patients know about the candy drop off; The Halloween Candy Buy Back Party. Invite your patients and the community to come by your office on a specific day for about three or four hours for example, and every hour you give away prizes.

PLAN THE DENTAL PRACTICE OPEN HOUSE AS A TEAM

Meet with your team and decide what you can give away besides just the money in exchange for the candy. Maybe for all new patient appointments, scheduled with doctor exam, radiographs and at least a prophylaxis appointment, you give these new patients free tray whitening. Maybe you will give away a power toothbrush. Be creative, make it fun and think outside the box on this one.

So here’s the thing………you swap out the candy which causes tooth decay……and in return you can donate to a shelter or good cause and if you wish you can donate to the troops overseas. It’s up to you, what you decide to do with all that candy that’s left in your office.

I can assure you that if no one else is doing this in your community, when the 5:00 news catches on to what you are doing and when this hits your local community newspaper, and other community websites, this experience will be the talk of your town!

What’s In This for You?

What’s in this for you and your dental practice?

I can tell you that our clients who have been doing this over the years always get many overdue patients back on the schedule and they always have new patient appointments scheduled during the event. And besides creating a stronger brand for your dental practice in the community, you are helping to lower the incidence of tooth decay.

BTW: Is your office planning a Halloween Candy Buy Back Party? We love to share your photos in our weekly newsletter so please take some pictures of your party and send them to us so we can share with the dental world! Email us.

Hope to see you on the other side here. We look forward to sharing your Halloween Candy Buy Back story in November. If you are reading this because you saw it on our YouTube channel please hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss any of our weekly training and informative videos. See you next week!

Dental Practice Management Consultant Leads You Down a Road Less Traveled

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

October 4, 2016

Dental Consultant Goes Down the Road Less Traveled With ClientsMany dental practice management consultants suggest cutting costs and want you to play the game of dentistry with caution.

What I am talking about here today is a paradigm shift to embrace the theory of more = less.

Yes, more money into your bank account with less work.

This seems to be a road less have traveled. Is it human nature that causes us to think we must work more to produce more?

Let’s create a new paradigm shift today and I invite you to consider how you can work less and have much more than you imagined possible.

On Wednesday October 5th Dr. Bill Williams and Debbie Seidel-Bittke, one of Dentistry Today’s Top Dental Hygiene Consultants, will show you how to focus on specific strategies that are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Sit down with us for about 90 minutes and we’ll show you the Top Ways to Add $500,000 to Your Practice This Year.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ON THE WEBINAR

We will share with you not only how Dr. Bill Williams took his dental practice from ‘broke’ to over 5million dollars in 5 years but Debbie will show how your dental hygiene department can be a major center of influence to grow your dental practice.

I want you to hear about some of the strategies Dr. Bill Williams has used to grow his dental practice to over 5 million dollars annually. These are the things that will bring more patients into your dental practice.

We will talk about New Patients and you will want to know about the important centers of influence that keep these patients returning to your office—indefinitely. This is not only a systems approach but there are 2 major centers of influence to make this system one of the most successful systems in your dental practice.

Debbie, will share her “Down-to-a-Science Time Management” Formula so the hygienist(s) have a seamless process to provide optimal care for their patients and this formula keeps your team working like a well-oiled machine.

Be sure to register for this one-of-a-kind webinar and you will walk away with a plan of action and many more bonuses which you can begin implementing right away.

The name of this webinar is: Top Ways to Add $500,000 to Your Practice This Year

REGISTRATION

Be sure to click this link to register and you will immediately receive information that will boost your productivity today: http://bit.ly/Add500kAnnually

I hope you will join us down the road less traveled. There is a new path we have cleared for you. Come follow us Wednesday October 5, 2016.

Dental Hygiene Consultant

Dental Hygiene Consultant

ABOUT DEBBIE SEIDEL-BITTKE, RDH, BS

Debbie Seidel is founder of Dental Hygiene Solutions, Powered by Dental Practice Solutions.

DENTISTRY TODAY considers her a top dental hygiene consultant for the past 16 yrs.

The focus of Dental Hygiene Solutions is to create healthier, longer lives for our patients while supporting dental practices to tap into their hygiene department profit potential.

Debbie is also a former clinical assistant professor for the dental hygiene program at USC in Los Angeles.

In 2007 she wrote the accreditation, the curriculum, hire the teachers and oversaw the build out- managing a 2 Million Dollar Budget for a dental hygiene program in Portland, Oregon.

Debbie is passionate about supporting dental teams to provide a profitable, patient-centered dental practice through improving systems and efficiencies in the dental hygiene department.

Check out the Free 3-Part Hygiene Department Training: http://www.dentalhygiene.solutions

 

Dental Practice Management Consultant Leads You Down a Road Less Traveled

By: Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS

Many dental practice management consultants suggest cutting costs and want you to play the game of dentistry with caution.

What I am talking about here today is a paradigm shift to embrace the theory of more = less.

Yes, more money into your bank account with less work.

This seems to be a road less have traveled. Is it human nature that causes us to think we must work more to produce more?

Let’s create a new paradigm shift today and I invite you to consider how you can work less and have much more than you imagined possible.

On Wednesday October 5th Dr. Bill Williams and Debbie Seidel-Bittke, one of Dentistry Today’s Top Dental Hygiene Consultants, will show you how to focus on specific strategies that are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Sit down with us for about 90 minutes and we’ll show you the Top Ways to Add $500,000 to Your Practice This Year.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ON THE WEBINAR

We will share with you not only how Dr. Bill Williams took his dental practice from ‘broke’ to over 5million dollars in 5 years but Debbie will show how your dental hygiene department can be a major center of influence to grow your dental practice.

I want you to hear about some of the strategies Dr. Bill Williams has used to grow his dental practice to over 5 million dollars annually. These are the things that will bring more patients into your dental practice.

We will talk about New Patients and you will want to know about the important centers of influence that keep these patients returning to your office—indefinitely. This is not only a systems approach but there are 2 major centers of influence to make this system one of the most successful systems in your dental practice.

Debbie, will share her “Down-to-a-Science Time Management” Formula so the hygienist(s) have a seamless process to provide optimal care for their patients and this formula keeps your team working like a well-oiled machine.

Be sure to register for this one-of-a-kind webinar and you will walk away with a plan of action and many more bonuses which you can begin implementing right away.

The name of this webinar is: Top Ways to Add $500,000 to Your Practice This Year

REGISTRATION

Be sure to click this link to register and you will immediately receive information that will boost your productivity today: http://bit.ly/Add500kAnnually

I hope you will join us down the road less traveled. There is a new path we have cleared for you. Come follow us Wednesday October 5, 2016.