Dentists must adapt to a changing economy

12/28/2011 | DentistryIQ.com

The sagging economy has left dentists with fewer patients, and some of those that stay reject treatment plans or have less expansive insurance coverage, writes dentist Roger Levin. Some dentists are adapting to change by joining practice-management companies, sharpening skills, building value for cosmetic dentistry or working out financial arrangements with patients. Creating business plans that increase production and profitability while reducing stress will help practices stay afloat, Levin writes.

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