According to Statistics Canada, nearly 75% of all Canadians visited a dental professional in the past year, and two-thirds of all residents had some form of dental insurance. With numbers such as these, you may think that dental coaching would not be necessary; however, that is not always the case. How can you tell if your practice is not reaching its full potential? Here are some signs.
#1. Your practice is in decline
Are you losing a great deal of patients but taking in very few new ones? Have existing patients been making fewer appointments, leaving you with more unfilled spots on your calendar? If you’ve noticed decreased revenue and a lot more free time on your hands, dental coaching could help you become productive again.
#2. You are burned out
Maybe your practice is doing well, but you no longer have a zest for dentistry. You could even be wondering whether or not you want to continue in your field. What you might really need are some new ways of doing things. Before you throw in the towel, consider dental consulting from Transitions Group North America to help you regain your focus.
#3. Your office is chaotic
Your practice can only be profitable when it is run efficiently. When things are unorganized, your accounts receivable may pile up, and you could have difficulty keeping up with patient records. This in turn would put you in a vulnerable position should you ever face an audit. Don’t wait until things get too far out of hand, when our dental coaching services can help you streamline your operations.
Dental coaching can help you maximize your profits and safeguard your professional reputation. Even if your practice is currently doing well, there is always room for improvement. Accordingly, we invite you to contact us here at Transitions Group North America to find out more about our services.
-The TGNA Team