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Smooth Sailing

Feb 21, 2019 Comments Off on Smooth Sailing by

A Simple Guide to Purchasing a New Practice. Buying a dental practice is one of the biggest purchases that a dentist will ever make. A dental practice has the potential to deliver the kind of career and service that the dentist envisions. Many difficulties in transitioning dental practice ownership from one dentist to another can […]

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Travels with Dr. Barnes

Nov 16, 2017 No Comments by

A Comprehensive Guide to Treating Comprehensively. For almost eleven years, I had the privilege of traveling around the country with Dr. Dick Barnes. We went on the road to fulfill the main goal of Arrowhead Dental Laboratory—to share tried-and-true strategies so that our clients could become better and more productive dentists. We visited every state […]

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The Importance of First Impressions

Feb 28, 2017 No Comments by

Don’t Ignore the Details that Can Differentiate Your Practice. You’ve probably heard the saying, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” When it comes to a dental practice, a visitor’s first impression often determines whether or not that person becomes your patient. New visitors don’t know you or your practice. Everything […]

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Taking a Closer Look

Jul 11, 2016 No Comments

The Benefits of a SWOT Analysis. When was the last time you analyzed your practice from a business perspective? If you haven’t done it lately, now is a good time. A simple and fast way to analyze your practice is with a SWOT analysis. This analysis is a tried-and-true way to assess your business and […]

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I Got the Winning Smile

Nov 17, 2010 No Comments

I have had the privilege of working for Arrowhead Dental Laboratory and the Dr. Dick Barnes Group for ten years. During that time I have seen amazing smile transformations from both a clinical and technical perspective. Although I knew the process rather well, my own experience as a patient was surprising.

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