What a challenge our profession and industry faced last year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and in our case at The Dawson Academy, this necessity was a quick pivot to be sure we could meet your 2020 continuing education needs.
Gain insights into what to do and what not to do as you ease back into practice with our faculty.
With each day presenting us with a 'new norm' we are excited to have Larry Guzzardo sharing with us the most up-to-date and relevant information for practice management in today (and tomorrow's) COVID-19 world.
Whether you’re a large global corporation or a small dental practice in the middle of nowhere, branding is essential to establishing a name for yourself. This talk intends to discuss practical steps to building your brand and to developing your portfolio through the use of dental photography.
In times of uncertainty, panic can spread. While our profession faces uncharted territory, join me in a
discussion of how you can begin with the end in mind, build value for your patients, help them find
their vision and propel your practice into version 2.0 of 2020.
While furthering our education is normally best suited for the classroom, books will always be an essential piece of continuous learning. Whether we are learning about the timeless pillars of dentistry or the keys to finding the perfect balance in our personal lives, these resources have helped guide us to be the best we can be.
Having a unified practice vision is essential for implementing complete dentistry. As doctors, we need to have a clear picture or vision of the type of practice we want to have. What type of dentistry do we want to offer? What level of service do we want to deliver to our patients? What does the office look and feel like? What is the reputation we want to have? And what is the personality or culture of our practice?
Where does my staff fit into complete dentistry? Well, they fit in every step of the process. A strong and supportive team is the key to a sustainable practice.