Continuing Care is the Lifeblood of the Dental Practice



Your entire day revolves your Dentrix appointment book, and the hygiene schedule feeds into the doctor’s schedule.  I remember being asked once during a conference if existing patients or new patients was more important to the practice. My answer was “New patients are very important to sustain a dental practice, however your existing patients are the lifeblood of your practice”.

Your hygiene patients have a relationship with you.  They will refer, they trust you and they are loyal if you take care of them.  Learning to monitor your patient retention and making sure patients do not fall through the cracks is an important part of managing a dental practice.

Takeaways from this course:

  • Best practice guidance from a Dentrix expert
  • Learn the continuing care system from the ground level up
  • Make sure patients don’t fall through the cracks
  • Tip sheets for the team
  • Knowledge checks
  • Lifetime access to the course

This course is approved for 1 AGD/PACE CE credit.