Dental Bookkeeping is a specialized company focused in bookkeeping for general and specialty practices in the dental industry.
We specialize in bookkeeping for dental practices. Our certified bookkeepers only work in the dental field. Our unique specialty allows us reconcile your financial books with your dental managed software. This is key in helping you maximize your productivity and avoid expensive mistakes. Also, with our payroll and bill pay services you’ll have more time to focus on your practice processes. We server the dental population of North America. See how our bookkeeping services can aid your dental practice.
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4 New Years Resolutions To Set For Your Dental Practice: You may find that it can be simple to become trapped in the day-to-day monotony of your responsibilities of your dental practice. Your priority should always be to your patients and their health, but it's also important to make sure your dental marketing is being updated; otherwise you might find yourself with no more patients to care for!
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Common Myths About Social Media Marketing: Many dentists have common misconceptions about how to market using social media. Buying into these myths can have a negative impact on your dental practice, which means you need to be well informed regarding the do's and don'ts of social media marketing.
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Incorporating Holidays Into Your Dental Marketing: The holiday season is upon us, which might mean that your dental practice is in for a few slow weeks. Luckily for you, there are plenty of ways that you can increase revenue during these holiday months. When marketing your dental practice, be sure you use the holidays to your advantage, increasing business and patient loyalty in the process.
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[11/28/16] Helping Your Patients Understand Why Treatment Is Necessary: Are you having difficulty with getting your dental patients to schedule appointments for follow-up treatment? If you, the problem may be with the type of language you're using to explain your patient's dental problems. If you're using terminology that is too clinically correct with your patients, it may go right over their heads. It is important to work on your treatment presentation in order to help your patients understand why treatment is needed. http://bit.ly/2gD0BFP
Conducting Constructive Performance Reviews: Performance reviews are an important part of regularly touching base with the members of your team. However, once the wage-related issues have been discussed, many dentists have a difficult time figuring out what else needs to be covered during an employee performance review.
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Conducting Constructive Performance Reviews
Performance reviews are an important part of regularly touching base with the members of your team. However, once the wage-related issues have been discussed, many dentists have a difficult time figuring out what else needs to be covered during an employee performance review.
Performance reviews can be the ideal time for you to take a minute to learn a little more about the individual members of your team. Take the time to gather this information about the employees in your office, and watch as the relationships grow and the practice becomes stronger than ever!
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/conducting-constructive-performance-reviews
The Importance Of Conducting Patient Surveys
Dentists all over the country have begun to use dental office surveys. If you conduct these surveys correctly, they can help you to improve aspects of your dental practice and ensure your patients’ happiness. It’s easy to incorrectly use dental surveys, so it’s important to make sure you’re doing them right!
Learn more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/importance-conducting-patient-surveys
Managing Your Online Reputation
Even if you’re not aware of it, your dental practice is online right now, being reviewed by past or current patients. Whether the reviews are good or bad, potential patients are reading them before they visit the dentist office. This means that you need to be aware of these reviews and how to deal with them.
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/managing-your-online-reputation
Preparing Your Dental Practice For Your Leave Of Absence
Just like any other profession, there will be times in your dental career when you’ll need to take a leave of absence. Whether it’s for maternity leave, family emergencies, or medical reasons, it’s important that you have a plan in place for your office in the event that you’ll need some time off.
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/preparing-your-dental-practice-your-leave-absence
Preventing Dental Coding Mistakes
Making sure there are no coding errors in your dental practice is an important part to staying profitable, successful, and out of trouble! Even if a member of your staff unintentionally makes a mistake, you as the dentist will still be held responsible. Punishment can include late or denied payment, having your dental license revoked, fines, or even imprisonment.
Learn more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/preventing-dental-coding-mistakes
Does A New Dentist Need To Hire A Dental Consultant?
Dentistry is different from many other professions in that, as the owner of a dental practice, you’re expected to wear many hats. Not only should you be an excellent dentist, but you also need to be the CEO of your business as well as the HR director, marketing director, and bookkeeper. You also need to make sure that you are an effective communicator and team leader, providing inspiration and setting an example for your team. This is an exhausting list and unless you don’t require sleep, it’s probably not possible to do it all successfully!
Learn more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/does-new-dentist-need-hire-dental-consultant
Effective Communication With Your Dental Staff
One of the most important parts of creating a successful and enjoyable dental practice is having good communication between staff and dentist. In fact, the main employee complaint is poor communication! When a lack of communication exists in any type of workplace setting you can expect high turnover rates, frequent errors, and frustration abounding!
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/effective-communication-your-dental-staff
Internet Strategies To Double Your Dental Website Traffic
Since the advent of the internet, your online profile is perhaps just as important as your actual dental office and skills. If you own your own dental practice, it’s crucial that you’re also devoting time, effort, and money to managing your online brand and reputation. Part of this includes learning how to drive more traffic to your website and social media profiles.
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/internet-strategies-double-your-dental-website-traffic
Managing Conflict In Your Dental Office
Your dental office is just like any other workplace – meaning that conflict most certainly will arise and you should be prepared for when it does! However, you’ll find that once you get the hang of managing conflict, you’ll be better equipped to prevent it before it even has a chance to arise.
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/managing-conflict-your-dental-office
3 Fun Ways To Bring In New Dental Patients
Like most other health care industries, dentistry is a profession that requires people skills. In order to bring in new patients and ensure that current patients will return to you, you need to make them feel welcome and cared for.
This is part of the reason why word of mouth referrals are the most valuable. The person doing the referring already trusts you and they let their friends and family members know how welcoming and friendly your dental office and atmosphere are.
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/3-fun-ways-bring-new-dental-patients
Reducing Your Dental Practice’s Debt
Debt can be stressful, overwhelming and distracting. Especially if it feels like you just can’t ever get ahead! We know that all practices need new technology and other investments eventually, but if you’re drowning is debt, these investments can seem impossible to make.
It’s time that you make some changes so that you can help your practice meet its full potential! If you’re hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt, like many dentists are, this can seem like an overwhelming process, but with Dental Bookkeeping, you’re not doing it alone. We want to help your practice succeed as much as you do!
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/reducing-your-dental-practices-debt
Is Your Practice Growing Too Quickly?
We know this sounds like a problem that’s too good to be true! How is there such a thing as growing too quickly, when the goal of every dental practice is to become successful! But unfortunately, it’s absolutely possible to grow too quickly because of one word: saturation. This means that you may acquire more patients than your practice can reasonably handle. This could potentially cause patients to become frustrated with waiting for appointments or the rushed and frazzled demeanor of your over-worked staff.
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/your-dental-practice-growing-too-quickly
What Motivates Your Dental Team
It’s a mistake to assume that compensation is all that matters to your dental team. If this were the case, then highly paid teams would face little or no work challenges. Your team is motivated by many factors other than compensation, no matter the circumstances.
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/what-motivates-your-dental-team
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How To Improve Your Past Due Accounts Receivable
Improving your past due accounts receivable can be difficult without the proper systems in place. It can be easy for your team to focus more on just sending out the billing statements without really thinking about the past due accounts. If not kept in check, your past due accounts can escalate. Below are 4 things to consider:
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/how-improve-your-past-due-accounts-receivable
Increasing the Profitability Of Your Hygiene Team
The goal of every dental practice is to be successful and profitable. We know that you want to provide the best service for your patients, to ensure that they’ll return to your office for many years to come!
A large part of your success lies with your hygiene team. So, how can you be sure to increase the profitability of your team for the benefit of your patients and your practice? Below are a few tried and true ways to help your team become as successful as possible: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/increasing-profitability-your-hygiene-team
Pros and Cons of Hiring Your Spouse in Your Dental Practice
Many people enjoy keeping their personal lives and their work lives separate, which it totally normal. You need a break from work and a break from home as well. However, other people find the prospect of working alongside family to be very appealing, both personally and professionally. Dentists are no exception to this. In fact, it’s very common for the spouse or children of a dentist to have jobs working in the dental office.
Learn more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/pros-and-cons-hiring-your-spouse-your-dental-practice
Should Your Dental Practice Be Charging Cancellation Fees?
Charging a cancellation fee is a really common way for many dental practices to discourage patients from cancelling appointments at the last minute. A question we hear often is “are cancellation fees effective?” The answer is yes, as long as they are accompanied with the proper attitude and phraseology from your staff.
Read More: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/should-your-dental-practice-be-charging-cancellation-fees
How Patient Comfort Can Help You Grow Your Practice
All dentists have the same goal – to grow their practice to be as successful and profitable as possible! Many dentists assume that this goal can be reached by improving their website or sending out mailers, but it turns out the answer to building a successful practice is much simpler – make sure your patients are comfortable.
read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/how-patient-comfort-can-help-you-grow-your-practice
When Should I Send Out Dental Billing Statements?
Sending billing statements out can be a delicate process. If you send them too soon, it may cause confusion for your patients, but if you send them too late, it can disrupt your cash flow projections. The best question to ask yourself – and your reception staff – is why you’re needing to send billing statements out at all. In an ideal practice, payment is collected at the time of service.
rad more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/when-should-i-send-out-dental-billing-statements
The Difference Between Bookkeeping & Accountancy
Many people would be hard-pressed to describe the differences between dental bookkeeping and accounting. These processes share common practices and goals, but they each make up a very different part of the financial cycle.
Read more: http://dental-bookkeeping.com/blog/difference-between-bookkeeping-accountancy
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