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23 Nov
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5 Reasons why patients put off dental work but shouldn’t, even during a pandemic

1)They lack a sense of urgency. Delaying restorative treatment could lead to expensive, painful problems down the road. Help patients understand what can happen if they ignore problems. Once a patient understands this, their dental treatment will move up their priority list. Our labs can provide you with the educational materials! 2)They believe it is...

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20 Nov
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Dental Insurance Claims, how to get them paid the first time

We know that filing dental insurance claims and getting paid in a timely manner is important to the efficient operations of most practices.  Since dental coding and claims submissions are a unique challenge requiring special attachments, narratives, and information much different than medical claims processing we would like to offer the following tips: Coding: Dental...

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20 May
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Reopening: How Others are Doing it

As dental offices across the country start to reopen after closing their doors for weeks, you may be wondering what needs to happen before you can open the doors to your own practice.

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14 May
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How to Communicate Your Practice is Open

As some dental practices begin plans to reopen and provide non-emergency care the American Dental Association (ADA) is urging dentists to have robust communication and engage their dental team members to address any concerns related to returning to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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07 May
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Resources for Succeeding in Post-COVID-19 Dentistry

As some states are beginning to allow dental practices to reopen, you may be wondering how you can prepare yourself and your team. Here are a few resources we think may help your dental practice succeed, post COVID-19.

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30 Apr
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4 Things You Can Do to Prepare Before Reopening

As some states are beginning to reopen normal activities, dental practices are anxious to reopen their practices to non-urgent care. In the meantime, here are a few things you can do to prepare for when it comes time to reopen the doors to your practice.

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16 Mar
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Dentist’s Guide to Handling COVID-19

As new facts and information about COVID-19 (coronavirus) continue to develop, you may be wondering what it will mean for your dental practice. In accordance with the America Dental Association (ADA) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), NuLife Long Island would like to extend some helpful advice.

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30 Jan
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How to get your team onboard with elective dentistry?

First, if you want your team to do anything you need to be a leader. You are the “C” executive of your business so you need to run it with professional leadership. A good start is to understand the key elements of “emotional Intelligence”. This means you control your own emotions, you communicate with transparency which translates to leading others with optimism, confidence and inspiration.

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26 Jan
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Top five ways to improve your dental practice

Dentists typically know how to prep a tooth, and render quality dental care. But often their skill sets come up short in communicating the need for the treatment to the patient. How do you improve the communication?

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25 Jan
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Why do dental patients say no?

Dentists typically know how to prep a tooth, and render quality dental care. But often their skill sets come up short in communicating the need for the treatment to the patient. How do you improve the communication?

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