Friday Dental News Roundup

Hello roundup readers. We hope you’re staying warm out there while reading this week’s stories. First, we have some information on how to price an in-house dental savings plan. Next, we have five things to keep in mind as a new dentist. Finally, we have 10 marketing tips to make 2016 your practice’s most successful year. If you like what you have read, start a conversation with us in the comments section below. We would love to hear from you.

How to Price an In-House Dental Savings Plan
In-house dental savings plans are an excellent way to attract new patients to your practice especially for seniors living on fixed incomes. To start, a good price point for a dental savings plan is around $300 per person, per year. After a plan price point has been set, you need to decide on associated discounts on major and minor dental procedures that can range from 10 to 15 percent off, depending on the procedure.

 5 things I learned as a new dentist
Are you about to graduate dental school and feel a little lost? Take some advice from a new dentist who lived and learned and has some pointers for all of the future dentists to come. Some of these pointers include preparing while you still have time, getting the most out of your internship and keeping the science to yourself. Read on for more detailed information on how you can succeed as a new dentist.

10 dental marketing tips to make 2016 your best year yet
It’s a New Year and a new year means new resolutions for your practice. If your resolutions start with your practice’s marketing, we have 10 dental practice marketing tips to make 2016 your most successful year yet!

Do you have an in-house dental savings plan? If so, how do you run the savings plan?

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