With just one more implant patient each week, you can add more than an extra month’s income to your practice
Dental assistants and auxiliaries with some clinical comprehension of different implant treatments are better equipped for case presentation
Focus on continuing education, staff training, and equipping your practice with the tools necessary to make implant cases highly predictable
Implantology is a quickly evolving and lucrative aspect of dentistry. If you have invested your time, effort, and money into developing your implant practice, it’s important to establish yourself by doing cases, so you are able to start building your client base.
Dental practitioners beginning to focus on implants must know the direction they want to take and the factors they must consider in order for implants to complement their practice workflow and goals. Clearly communicating to patients the benefits of implants, while maintaining your team education and training to keep up with developments, are key steps in building this phase of your practice.
Great implant dentists consider implantology to be their core competency. They are laser-focused on it, aligning all aspects of their business toward implants— from marketing to hiring to purchasing. Learn the steps to building a building a predictable, seamless implant patient flow.