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Practice Without Drama

Have you realized the practice that you always dreamed of?

Or do you find yourself working harder…but not reaching your goals?

Are you constantly having problems with your staff?

Do you start doing new procedures, only to find yourself under more stress with less productivity?

Have you spent a lot of money on advertising and been disappointed with the results?

These are common challenges that dentists struggle with on daily basis. Add to them the administrative responsibilities of running a practice, and many dentists find themselves exhausted, unmotivated, and less and less productive.

Overcoming challenges like these requires a practice management plan. A plan based on a clear strategy, defined goals, and realistic action items. It requires you to begin working on rather than in your practice. To be able to practice dentistry without drama, you must align your vision with your strengths, your staff, clear protocols, and a well-thought out strategy.

One-Page Strategy

Your one-page strategy is the map to where you want to be. Arriving to any destination requires planning (mode of transportation, getting tickets, getting a dependable car, etc) with a good map and close attention on your progress (watching the road, pilot navigating the plane, etc), overcoming obstacles (weather, road closures, turbulence, etc) and having metrics (information on your speed, number of stops, and pace). Growing your practice and achieving your dreams is no different. A one-page strategy will provide you with the answers to:

  • Who: Daily requirements
  • When: schedules evaluated weekly
  • How: Actions required evaluated quarterly
  • What: your goals for the year
  • Where: Targets evaluated 3-5 years
  • Why: your purpose during your life
  • Should: Addressing core values forever

We can assist you answer these questions and build a plan that is realistic, understood by your team, and guides you to where you want to be.

Discover Your Strengths

Thriving practices have realized that they can not be everything to everyone. Some dentists have decided to  engage in procedures outside of their expertise and training, only to realize it resulted in decline in productivity, stress, complications, and lost patients. Practice management and business development experts consistently recommend companies to discover their true strengths, products, or services and focus their strategies, marketing, and team energy in developing them.

Successful and growing practices have learned what their true strengths are, what they are the best at providing, and strategies to streamline those services to make it easy, predictable, and profitable while minimizing stress and loss. It is important to define your strengths and share that with your team and the community.

Finding and Hiring The Right Staff

You have made great sacrifices and investments in your new office and hiring the wrong staff will cause more damage and loss of opportunities that any other factor. Your team is crucial in helping you achieve your goals and dreams. But how do you find the right person? What is a right person for you? How do you discover the true strengths of potential applicants and avoid the wrong person who will be very costly to you?

We have been following specific techniques in finding the right people as utilized by many successful companies. These techniques have allowed us to find the right person, in the right position, on the right team, going to the right destination.

Dr. Kazemi can share these techniques and protocols to help you find the right people that will save you enormous amount of wasted time, resources, and money.

Treatment Acceptance

We appreciate and value your patient referrals and recognize the importance of achieving treatment acceptance in order to create loyal patients. Some of the ways we achieve this include:

  • Obtaining X-rays and models prior to patient consultation
  • Conducting an in-depth consultation with probing questions to assess your patient’s explicit needs
  • Understanding the patient’s personality and how and in what form they want information
  • Providing educational tools to support solutions to the patient’s needs
  • Endorsing the recommended treatments
  • Offering financial options to make the treatment possible
  • Scheduling promptly
  • Providing written and video consultation reports
  • Following-up properly

The Role of Your Team Specialists

No-Drama Execution