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Many dental practices rely on patient referral programs to grow their business. Although this form of marketing is easy to manage, you need a little bit of creativity. Explore the ideas below if you are just getting started in referral programs or if your existing program is not as effective as you hoped. Ask for Referrals Regardless of how happy you make your patients, they may not know if you seek new patients if you don't tell them. Unfortunately, many dentists shy away from asking for referrals as they think it is a tacky or awkward thing to do. However,...

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  Immediate impression results- Traditional impressions are not only messy but time consuming. With an intra oral scanner, results for patients are immediate. A dental professional will be able to assess the impression, following the scan, vs. mailing the impression and waiting for results. If an area was missed or overlooked, solutions are as simple as rescanning the portion. Low maintenance- Cleaning and maintaining an intra oral camera requires less effort then disinfecting impression trays. This creates a smooth transition after a patient leaves an operatory. Accuracy- Intra oral scanning captures accurate shades and form. This allows for better patient...

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  Article hosted on Dentistry IQ. We cover all factors to consider before you sell your used dental equipment!    https://www.dentistryiq.com/practice-management/financial/article/14205800/you-can-make-money-selling-used-dental-equipment

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We answer the commonly asked questions when you're looking to sell dental equipment to us. Find most answers here or contact us at ask@dentalquicksale.com

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Dental equipment, Dental sensors, Purchasing manager, Who buys -

   Whether you recently transitioned to a new office with extra equipment, or your office accumulated it over the years, stagnant equipment is a problem offices commonly face. Let’s face it, most practices do not know that there is a market for their used dental equipment, (yes, even those on their last leg)- so, they end up storing or worse, tossing them. From the clients, and practices we interact with, it’s safe to conclude that a large percentage have limited to no resources when it involves re-locating their used, old, or unwanted dental equipment. And even when they do find a resource...

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