Q&A: Dr. Roger Levin on Adapting to Our Next Normal

Strategies and Advice for Navigating Changes to Your Practice

We asked Dr. Roger Levin of the Levin Group, dentistry's leading practice management and marketing consulting firm, to join our blog for a two-part question-and-answer series exploring the realities of practice management in the COVID-19 world. Check out Part One below for Roger’s take on adapting your practice in a pandemic.


Instrument Management Is a Plus for Every Practice Looking to Bounce Back Higher

It’s More Critical – and Easier – Than Ever to Make the Switch

As dental offices continue to adapt to heightened infection prevention concerns, there is still a lot of uncertainty about what works and what doesn’t. These doubts make it difficult to know whether the steps you are taking are worth it. But what if we told you that there is an existing solution in the market – one with 95-percent satisfaction among surveyed users* – that can help you provide a safe, efficient, and more compliant practice environment for both patients and staff?


Be Ready to Reopen, Part Two

Let us Help You Get Patients Back in Your Chair

There is a famous quote by David Brooks that states, "Almost every successful person begins with two beliefs: the future can be better than the present, and I have the power to make it so." There is no doubt that this idea is extraordinarily relevant for dentistry. But listen, nobody is saying it’s going to be easy. The amount of professional and personal anxiety has never been higher. As humans, we simply have to acknowledge that.


Prevent Infections with these Helpful Tips

Revisit our most popular infection prevention blogs, webinars, and eBooks for advice, resources, and reminders to help ensure a safe environment for your patients and staff

If you've been watching the news you know that infection prevention is top of mind. Moreover, it’s still flu season, and the CDC estimates that there have been between 32 and 45 million cases of the flu from October through the third week in February.


This is Why Adopting an Instrument Management System Will Improve Your Practice

Four Case Studies Explore the Benefits of Making the Switch

Running a dental office takes a lot of work, and whether it’s a private practice or part of a dental service organization (DSO), finding ways to save time, maximize efficiency, and see more patients is a universal objective. Although all practices are different and face unique challenges, one common issue is optimal instrument management.