4 Key 2020 Resolutions for Your Dental Practice
Are you hoping to make the most out of your dental practice this year? From Toronto and Montreal to Calgary and Vancouver, no matter what type of dentistry you practice, every dental practice can benefit from these important resolutions.
1. Continue your education.
As a dentist, you have already undergone substantial training to ensure that you can provide high-quality services for your clients. Ideally, however, that training should be ongoing. There’s always new technology that can benefit your practice and your patients, and learning how to use it can help you provide better patient care as well as attracting new patients. Continuing education can also help keep your skills sharp so that you can offer the best possible services for every patient. For example, you could check out TIDE’s “Basic Implant Mini Residency Program” or browse our catalogue of other dental training courses.
2. Evaluate your business.
As your dental practice grows, you may find that you need more dentists to help cover all of your clients or that you need more assistants: more receptionists, more hygienists, or just more help in general. Take a careful look at your business and consider whether it’s time to make those important advancements–and if it is, commit to making them as early as possible this year!
3. Reduce your debt.
As your practice grows and your profits increase, you may find that one of the most effective things you can do for your practice is reducing your debt–both debt related to the practice and your student loan debt. Freed from those debts, you can grow far more effectively and accomplish more both for your business and for your patients.
4. Maintain your work/life balance.
Whether you’re a new dentist just getting started or an experienced dentist with a well-established practice and plenty of patients coming in, work/life balance is critical to your physical well-being–not to mention your ability to deliver your best for your patients. This year, commit to maintaining that work/life balance: turning off your phone when you’re not at work, leaving business at the office, or simply making sure you schedule time for things that are important to you.
If you’re committed to making 2020 your best year yet, we can help! Contact us today to learn more about the continuing education services we offer and how they can help benefit both you and your practice, or browse our catalogue to discover more about the incredible courses we offer to help you make this your practice’s best year yet. All of our courses are nationally approved for Category 2, and we use both didactic presentations and hands-on learning to help you make the most of your new knowledge.