At this time of the year, when candy consumption among children is ubiquitous, it is important to bring a child to the dentist for a checkup. Although many general dental practices take some of the necessary precautions when treating a child patient, pediatric dental establishments are designed specifically to cater to the needs of kids.
A good dentist knows that good service is paramount to attracting and keeping patients, especially those that will choose your office for everything from regular cleanings to root canals. Still there is far more involved in building a successful dental practice than great service. Patients will also be looking for a clean, calming environment, modern techniques and equipment, and a knowledgeable, proficient staff.
Dentists hoping to grow their dental practice are faced with a difficult task: make a sometimes uncomfortable experience as pleasant and stress-free as possible.
Finding ways to provide outstanding service to patients in a comfortable, convenient manner is the key to making your dental practice a success. To help you achieve this, here are a few things you can do to make your patients’ trips to your practice less like... well, going to the dentist.
Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) is a solution available to dental practices as a means of efficient production of prosthetics. This is the result of a wonderful merging of contemporary materials, equipment, and technology.