What’s in Your Mouth? – Raising the Standard for Dental Restorations.
5 Ways Dentists can Ensure Safe Dental Restorations for Patients
Tallahassee, Fla. – In a 2009 American Dental Association member survey, nearly 65 percent of dentists responded that they believe dental technicians and laboratories are regulated in their state. This is not the case. In fact, only four states in the U.S. require either certification or continuing education for creating devices that are in some cases permanently placed in patents’ mouths. In addition, dental laboratories in more than 40 states in the U.S. remain unregulated, and foreign imports may not be held to the same level of scrutiny.
7 Tips for Plugging the Profit Leaks in Your Small Business By Joan Nowak | JDTUnbound.
Quick Books provides small business owners with the data you and your accountant need for tax purposes. This is a necessary part of business ownership. But do you also use the information to help you make better business decisions, uncover opportunities and plug the profit leaks that cost money each year? You should.
In order for dental labs and dentists to keep patients satisfied, they need to keep dental patients’ needs at the forefront of everything they do. So how can dental labs work with dentists to keep dental patients happy? Make communication easy, honest and enjoyable.