What To Eat After Wisdom Teeth Extraction

March 17, 2016

wisdom teeth foods yes and no

A liquid diet is recommended.

What you eat following wisdom teeth extraction can have a big impact on how you feel during your recovery. While you can expect to be sore and maybe swollen following oral surgery, most patients do not experience high levels of pain after their extractions. Your doctor provides detailed instructions about dietary restrictions and foods to avoid during your recovery period in order to help you follow the smoothest, most comfortable post- operative course possible.


It’s Not Business As Usual… It’s Better Here

March 9, 2016

In today’s dental business environment, going it alone in private practice is a bigger risk than ever. There are more dentists, more group practices, and more corporate dental companies competing for the same patients. Dental insurance companies dictate treatment for patients, and reimbursements continue to decline, while the cost of doing business increases.


Innovating the Multispecialty Dental Practice

February 25, 2016

Is the traditional single provider dental practice dying? The answer is ‘no’, but it is evolving.
Now, more than ever, single provider practices find themselves competing for new patients as well as patient loyalty in a marketplace increasingly driven by dental insurance, corporate dental groups and the increasing availability of a wider range of services.
If you are a general dentist in solo practice, you have surely felt pressure to expand upon the services offered in your practice and to offer more services “in-house” instead of referring patients to a specialist. You have probably found yourself utilizing more resources to attract and keep new patients in your practice.


An Improved Dental Associateship Model Your Patients Will Love

January 28, 2016

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“In times of change, it is the learners who inherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists”.

-Eric Hoffer

Dentistry is certainly an ever-changing profession. Technology and innovation has made it possible for General Dentists to offer their patients more of what they want, all in one location.


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