Posts Tagged "Collection Agency"

Submit Your Dental Debts Before Holiday Hoopla

Submit Your Dental Debts Before Holiday Hoopla

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The holidays can be stressful and crazily busy. It’s so busy that surviving the holiday season requires an almost endless list of lists. You have shopping lists of who to buy for, where you’re going to do your shopping, what food you’re going to serve, what you’re going to bring to this or that party, and what groceries you need. You have To Do lists of what needs...

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Why Your Dental Practice Needs a Nationally Licensed Collections Provider

Why Your Dental Practice Needs a Nationally Licensed Collections Provider

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Your dental practice is a small, community practice and plenty of positives come with that. Being a small practice lets you offer the one-of-a-kind care that comes from knowing your customers by name and remembering their oral-health histories. It also helps them to trust you and follow your advice for better oral health. There are several benefits to keeping the...

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Dos and Don’ts of Easy Financial Conversations with Your Dental Clients

Dos and Don’ts of Easy Financial Conversations with Your Dental Clients

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Money. In the end, it always comes down to money — even in matters as important as one’s oral health. Experienced dentists know this, and that leads them to handle financial conversations with patients delicately. Chances are good that you’ve had a few tough conversations already, and you may have more in the future. To help ensure that those future...

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Your Toothbrush and Your Collection Agency: Ignorance is Not Bliss

Your Toothbrush and Your Collection Agency: Ignorance is Not Bliss

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If you’ve ever shared a toothbrush with a spouse, a partner or a child, here’s some information that might give you pause. Research appearing on MedicalNewsToday.com found more than 60 percent of shared toothbrushes contained traces of fecal matter (yuck!). As unsettling as these findings are, the solutions are simple: avoid sharing toothbrushes, give your brush a...

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The Emergency Room’s Latest Visitors: Dental Patients

The Emergency Room’s Latest Visitors: Dental Patients

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The emergency room and the dentist office. It used to be a case of “never the two shall meet,” and customers needing the one had no reason to visit the other. These days, that’s no longer the case. A growing number of emergency rooms across the nation are taking and treating patients with dental problems. In fact, ER visits for dental-related issues have...

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