Month: November 2022

Explaining the need for orthodontics

Our Top 7 Tips on Explaining the Need for Orthodontics to Patients

By Synergy Orthodontic Seminars / November 28, 2022

How To Effectively Communicate Why Orthodontics May Be Necessary Most teens and adults today tend to think mainly of the aesthetic benefits of orthodontics. However, the health benefits are significant.…

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Utilizing Instagram in business

5 Reasons You Should Be Using Instagram To Attract Patients

By Synergy Orthodontic Seminars / November 24, 2022

Instagram is the No. 1 social media platform for millennials. If you aren’t currently using Instagram to promote your dental practice, then you are missing out on a huge dental…

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adding a new dental service

5 Tips to Maximize the Benefits of Adding a New Dental Service

By Synergy Orthodontic Seminars / November 15, 2022

Meet demand by supplying more services. Sometimes bread and butter dentistry just isn’t enough. Today, with the increase in costs of dental supplies and employee wages, dentists need to be…

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orthodontic training for dentists

Training or Technology? 5 Reasons Your Investment in Training Matters First

By Synergy Orthodontic Seminars / November 11, 2022

Don’t let new technology collect dust; training first is a must. For a dentist, seeing new technology is like being a kid in a candy store. It all just seems…

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early orthodontic intervention benefits your patients.

5 Reasons Early Orthodontic Intervention Is Important for Your Patients

By Synergy Orthodontic Seminars / November 9, 2022

The Large Role of Early Orthodontic Intervention Early orthodontic intervention has never played as large a role in pediatric dentistry as it does today. A wide range of treatment options…

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Ensure your patient's comfort with these tips

6 Ways To Create and Maintain Your Patient’s Comfort and Satisfaction

By Synergy Orthodontic Seminars / November 3, 2022

Reducing Patient Anxiety, Boosting Patient Comfort Visiting the dentist is something that many patients are deeply anxious about. About 10% to 20% of patients experience dental anxiety that can impact…

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