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Running behind tip 1

When you schedule a procedure, are there enough time units given to ensure you can finish in the allotted time? Example: The office schedules crown preps for 60 minutes. Watch the time the patient walks into the operatory to when the person is dismissed. Is it consistently 70 minutes of dentist time? Then the office scheduling needs to change to 70 minutes, otherwise the schedule is going to run behind the entire day.

Dental practice purchase tip 2
Chronically late patients

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