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Leadership success in 2022

10 Statements About Leadership Success Dentists Will Want to Embody in 2022

By American Orthodontic Society | January 3, 2022

Embrace leadership success with these tips for your practice.  Dentistry and leadership go hand-in-hand. While you might not have realized this from the start, it likely became evident as you…

You can treat sleep apnea with orthodontics

How Orthodontics Affects Your Dental Patient’s Sleep Apnea

By American Orthodontic Society | January 2, 2022

Professional orthodontics can open airways and address sleep apnea. If you’re a dentist looking to expand your practice, you may be considering including orthodontics. As we know, the field of…

Focus on internal dental marketing

The Number One Reason to Focus on Internal Dental Marketing Campaigns

By American Orthodontic Society | December 29, 2021

Benefit your patients and your business by marketing to your current clients.  Did you know that, on average, it costs five times as much money to bring in new clients as…

Best patient communication software platforms

Top 7 Patient Communication Software Platforms for Orthodontics

By American Orthodontic Society | December 29, 2021

Improve your relationship with your patients using the latest in communication software technology.  According to one recent survey, around 80% of people prefer to communicate with their healthcare providers via…

Build a successful dental team

5 Things to Consider When Building Your Dental Team

By American Orthodontic Society | December 23, 2021

Tips for Successful Team Building The early stages of your dental practice are some of the most important. This is a season of new growth and opportunity, and the way…

Manage your dental patient appointments

The Complete Guide to Balance with Dental Patient Appointments

By American Orthodontic Society | December 23, 2021

Optimize your dental patient appointments. As a general or pediatric dentist, you naturally want to see and help as many patients in your community as possible. After all, you entered…

Build a successful dental practice

5 Ways to Achieve More Dental Practice Success

By American Orthodontic Society | December 22, 2021

Take your dental practice to new heights of success. Whether you’re a new dentist or you’ve been practicing for years, there’s always room to grow your dental practice success. Thankfully,…

Know the types of orthodontic malocclusions

What Are the Different Types of Orthodontic Malocclusions?

By American Orthodontic Society | December 14, 2021

Crooked teeth, crowded teeth, and protruding teeth are more than cosmetic issues. When your teeth do not align properly, you can suffer from trapped bacteria, incidental wear and tear, difficulty…

Tips to improve your dental reception area

10 Ways to Improve Your Dental Reception Area

By American Orthodontic Society | November 17, 2021

Raise your value with your dental reception area. First impressions matter. This is true for almost everything in life, and it especially applies to your dental office. From first-time patients…

Improves your patients' overall health with orthodontics

How Orthodontics Improves the Overall Health of Your Patients

By American Orthodontic Society | November 17, 2021

Whole Health Benefits of Advanced Dentistry When most people think about orthodontics, they think about dental procedures that can correct misalignment in their teeth and jaws and beautify their smiles. …

What sets your dental practice apart

What Makes a Good Dental Practice? Grow Your Dental Practice Well.

By American Orthodontic Society | November 17, 2021

Do you want to grow your dental practice and increase the number of patients who walk through your doors? Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been an established business…

You can treat TMJ with orthodontics

How orthodontics improves TMJ symptoms for your patients

By American Orthodontic Society | November 17, 2021

How you can improve your patients’ quality of life by treating their TMJ problems with orthodontics.  If your patients report they have chronic pain in their jaw or suffer from…