Rules for Building a Successful Dental Practice

by on 06/04/11 at 10:03 am

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of dentists is expected to increase by 16 percent from 2008 to 2018. These statistics show that several practices will be both opening and/or expanding to accommodate to the large influx of dental professionals into various communities. Whether you are a dentist who has practiced for several years or are still a student in dental school, there are several key components and factors to consider which can contribute to creating or maintaining a successful dental practice. Understanding these factors can ensure that your dental practice is successful and can help you to understand and avoid the mistakes that are commonly made by other dental professionals.

Below are a few important factors-that when properly understood, can contribute to creating, building, and maintaining a successful dental practice that will both accommodate patients effectively and allow you to make the most of your dental practice:

  • Setting up your entity
  • Site selection
  • Lease negotiations
  • Selecting the right architect
  • Office design
  • Negotiating with your contractor
  • Equipment selection
  • Cabinetry selections
  • Digital radiography integration
  • Smart merchandise purchasing
  • Marketing via web/print material
  • Financing Options

Finding information on each of these and other important topics and fully understanding them can be quite a lengthy process. There are resources however, that give dentists the most important information on each of these areas all in one place. One example is the “Rules for Building a Successful Dental Practice” guide by Kodak Dental Systems. This guide has information on all of the above listed criteria and more. It is chocked full of information, advice and tips to ensure your dental practice is successful.

Click here to pick up your “Rules for Building a Successful Dental Practice” guide for only $49.

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