Increasing revenue in your dental practice can be a challenging task when your day-to-day is dominated by delivering the best possible treatment to your patients. Learn how to leverage patient reactivation, practice automation, social media and reviews, and different methods of communication to keep your patients coming back. After all, increasing revenue is all about increasing patient loyalty and retention!
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