One Huge Mistake Many Dentists Will Make This Morning

There’s a huge mistake that many dentists will make this morning. Are you one of them?

Getting to your office just a few minutes before the first patient is scheduled, or at the same time they are scheduled, or, (gasp…) AFTER the first patient is scheduled is pretty much a guaranteed way to make sure the day is more chaotic and less productive than it should be.

My advice? Arrive at LEAST 30 minutes before the first patient is scheduled. Have a brief, well organized morning meeting where you discuss the flow of the day. Have some nice, fun, informal chit chat with your team. Then take a deep breath and relax for a few minutes before “the show” begins.

The good news? If you made that mistake today, you don’t have to tomorrow!


Here are some very important and easy ways to help enhance your practice and your life!

1 – Sign up for our e-newsletter. It’s filled with up-to-date practice building tips, event announcements, and more! www.madow.com/newsletter

When you sign up for the newsletter, you are automatically enrolled in our drawings for your own personal Dental Practice Fixers coffee mug!!

2 – Meet up with us in our private FACEBOOK group to continue the discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dentalplace123

3 – Schedule time on Dr. Rich’s personal calendar to discuss any practice issues or ways to improve! (This is for practice-owning dentists only!)   www.madow.com/calendar

4 – Listen to the Madow Dental POdcast featuring Secret Shopper Calls to dental offices.  www.madow.com/madow-podcast

5 – Save money every single month on autopilot by paying a low, flat, monthly fee for credit card processing! Stop wasting money, and lower your overhead with one call!   www.madow.com/save

6 – Get the absolute most for your dental scrap with Southern Dental Refining. Deal directly with the owner, cut out middlemen and salespeople, and get some real mailbox money!    www.madow.com/gold


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