The accumulation of marginal gains

How small changes can make a big impact!

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The hugely successful UK cycling team has built much of its success on a principle called the Accumulation of Marginal Gains. That is, if you want to make a significant improvement in your performance, it’s difficult to do by just improving one aspect of what you do – but major improvements can be made by achieving small incremental enhancements in …

Top hats toast & moments of truth

Sheila Scott and Chris Barrow give us a glimpse of what to expect on this year’s Workshop Tour

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Sarah Whittall, Events and Marketing Coordinator, catches up with dental business experts, Sheila Scott and Chris Barrow, ahead of this year’s Workshop Tour to find out what they have in store for you…

Will there be some temporary financial relief for dentists?

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The Government’s decision to delay the launch of its ‘Making Tax Digital’ (MTD) proposal is welcome news for dentists amid concerns that complying with the controversial scheme would have represented a sizable financial outlay for practice owners. According to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), implementing the system may cost UK SMEs at least £3 billion …

Fired up for success

Driving your dental practice to success

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Kresse Wesling is an award-winning entrepreneur and one half of a soaring brand that reclaims old fire hoses to create luxury goods. You may wonder what this has to do with dentistry! The surprising truth is, there are inspirational parallels to be drawn between old fire hoses and dentistry, so read on to learn how the dental profession can benefit …

Top tips for investing in your practice

Top tips for investing in your practice

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Fulfilling rising patient expectations and adhering to evolving legislation, such as the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), means that dental practices must continually invest in IT systems and specialist equipment to remain ahead of their competition. Whether you are looking to refresh a single surgery or make extensive improvements to the whole practice building, refurbishing a dental practice can …