Eurostat found that over 47 percent of businesses in the European Union are using social media to share information about their services and products. While social media marketing for dentists is a cost-effective tool, it does require consistency and a little creativity. Check out these answers to common questions and simple tips to help you build your social media presence and become the dentist your future patients choose.
Inspirational Leadership© point 4 – Influence Others: Colgate recently worked with Alex Selwood, an inspiring personal development facilitator and coach, to develop a model on how leadership skills can be applied in the dental office.
Register now for Be One Step Ahead with Prevention, the third of Colgate’s annual #ColgateTALKS eConferences. All dental professionals in Europe are invited to attend the live webinar sessions from their desktop computer or on-the- go with their tablet or smartphone.
When it comes to the face of dentistry, the times are indeed changing. According to the Health and Social Care Information Centre in the UK, the dental workforce working solely within the National Health Service (NHS) has seen a huge increase in the number of women dentists.
Quando ti senti consumato dallo stress per un paziente a disagio o a causa di un’agenda molto fitta di prenotazioni, è facile pensare che non sia possibile destreggiarsi tra lavoro e vita personale. Una cosa è certa: non puoi creare più tempo. Ma puoi gestire meglio quello che fai quando sei in ufficio in modo da poter riservare la tua energia durante le lunghe procedure.
Promoting wellness at work can help your entire team perform at their best. When you and your co-workers are happy and healthy, everyone benefits.
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With the celebration of National Dental Hygiene Month in a number of countries, it gives us the perfect opportunity to talk about the role of dental hygiene departments within practices.
Ah yes… Autumn… the time of year when the leaves start to fall, the nights draw in, and the air has a decidedly chilly feel to it. However, for many dental practices, it’s a month where schedules start to thin-out and practice owners are quietly concerned.