Today’s unmissable episode of Bodcast is hosted by Sales and Marketing Director, Nigel Jones. In this episode, Nigel is joined by Richard Collard and together they share their expert advice and guidance on ways in which dental practices can increase their treatment plan uptake.
There has been a fair amount of talk in the last few months about the NHS dental prototypes, most of which, as far as I can tell, is speculative and very little seems to be coming from people working at the coalface. As the owner of a practice engaged in trialling one of the prototypes, I want to share with others what it has been like for us so far.
In this special episode of Bodcast, Les Jones is joined by Simon Tucker to provide an unmissable insight into what you can expect from the expert duo at the upcoming Practice Plan Workshop Tour!
In today’s episode of Bodcast, host Zoe Close, Area Sales Manager at Practice Plan catches up with Business Consultant Sheila Scott to discuss hygienist services within the dental practice. Don’t miss Sheila’s advice on what actions need to be taken to ensure your hygiene books are kept full, without the risk of complaints.
As owners or managers we find that we can’t all be experts when it comes to HR. So you could be forgiven for thinking that it is your practice alone that suffers with a particular situation. Nor is it the norm to stress yourself out with ensuring that you are adhering to policies and procedures and keeping on track with employee management.
In today’s blog, Dental Consultant and multi award-winning practice owner, Emma John, looks at the skill-set required within your team if you’re going to offer and maintain ultimate levels of customer service in your dental business.
Don’t miss this episode of Bodcast with host Les Jones, Creative Director at Practice Plan which focuses on marketing your dental practice. Les shares his knowledge on the importance of developing a clear strategic plan for the future of your business, as a basis for any marketing activity you do.
Here’s a question, how much is a new patient worth to your practice?
If a patient stayed with you for ten years, joined your plan and just had a little bit of treatment during this time, would it be fair to say that this patient could be worth at least £4,000 – £5,000 to you? If that’s the case, as a practice, do you think about that sum of money when you answer the telephone?
More and more people are becoming increasingly interested not only in their appearance, but also in their health. This has led to an increase in the use of nutritional terms, with the most popular trend at the moment being to count the ‘macros’ in our diets. But what impact do macros have upon our oral health?
Don’t miss this episode of Bodcast with host Les Jones, Creative Director at Practice Plan which focuses on marketing your dental practice. Les shares his knowledge on the importance of developing a strong brand for your dental practice and provides his expert advice on the key areas you need to focus on.