Tag Archives: wellness

8 Questions Every Patient Should Answer Correctly

Posted on by Jen McGuire | Category Total Health

In a recent report from the ADA Health Policy Institute, half of surveyed adults could not answer eight basic oral health questions. Would your patients be able to answer these correctly? Although patients have a number of places they can, … Continue reading

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DDS Meets MD: A Love Story

Posted on by Jen McGuire | Category Marketing, Total Health

Would you like to generate more referrals from the medical professionals in your community? Building this network can take time, but there are a few relatively simple things you can do to start connecting with area physicians. 1. Provide physicians … Continue reading

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Do your patients understand the importance of regular dental care?

Posted on by Jen McGuire | Category Marketing, Periodontal Management, Total Health

According to the ADA, the primary determining factor in whether a patient visits the dentist is access to dental insurance. Patients without insurance, half of all adults in the US, are much more likely to skip routine dental care. In … Continue reading

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Can dentistry capitalize on bad press?

Posted on by HS We Do That | Category Total Health

Gary Kadi – NextLevel Practice The growing number of hospitalizations from serious dental infections, as reported in a study in September’s Journal of Endodontics, is garnering national media attention.  Modern Healthcare and the New York Times, among others, have picked … Continue reading

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Primary Care Moves into the Dental Office

Posted on by Jen McGuire | Category Total Health

Primary care is commonly defined as the first point of contact with the healthcare system for a person with any undiagnosed sign, symptom, or health concern. In the past, primary care has been considered the realm of the physician, with … Continue reading

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Have your patients moved dental care from a need to a nice-to-have?

Posted on by Jim Philhower | Category Recare, Total Health

A recent survey shows that 35% of people who regularly visit the dentist have cut back on their dental visits. It’s an alarming percentage when we consider the ramifications of undiagnosed oral cancer, untreated periodontal disease and potential oral systemic … Continue reading

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