We provide a different type of support service here at Dental Support Specialties, and people in the industry are taking notice. Mary Beth has been in the media more than she would have imagined back in 2008 when she first started assisting dental practices from her small home office. It’s rewarding to talk about the work we do at Dental Support Specialties—please take some time to check out where we’ve been in the media!
Why not learn how to grow and improve your practice while you drive to work or exercise? We’ve curated some of the best dental podcasts going today that are hosted by people with decades of experience in all aspects of the industry. To get some quick motivation and knowledge, check out the podcasts below.
Howard Farran, the publisher of Dentaltown Magazine, is a big name in our industry. His publication connects more than 135,000 dentists from all 195 countries. He has practiced and studied dentistry for more than 25 years and has lectured extensively on all aspects of dentistry all over the world. That’s why Mary Beth was excited to talk about Dental Support Specialties’ unique approach with Howard on a recent Dentaltown podcast. You can stream the video through YouTube!
Gary Takacs runs the podcast The Thriving Dentist, a show aimed at helping dentists prosper in any economy—so it makes sense that he wanted to talk to Mary Beth. Just like us, Gary wants to help dentists improve their practices so they can concentrate more on the part they like, practicing dentistry, and less on what they don’t. Download the episode that features Mary Beth and stream it during your next commute!
Mike Pederson has over 30 years of experience marketing dentists online and has formed several partnerships over the years with some of the biggest names in dental practice consulting. Mary Beth and Mike discuss providing the highest-level of customer service possible for patients and how being consistently proactive in keeping your schedule full can revolutionize your practice. Click the button below to listen in!
The front office is extremely important to any dental practice. What happens on the phone when prospective patients call in can make or break their first impression of your practice (and sometimes even break their appointment if the call was handled poorly). Does your front office attract or rub patients the wrong way? Do you even know? These questions and more are the focus of Mary Beth's conversation with Michael Arias of The Dental Marketer. Click the button below to listen to the full podcast!
Claudia Lovato, the founder of the Morado Dental Academy and host of Sound Bites with Claudia, is an instructor, speaker, trainer, and consultant on a mission to help dental professionals. Mary Beth and Claudia discuss successful outsourcing for dental practices and the various services Dental Support Specialties provides practices across the United States. Click the button below to listen in!
How is a dental office supposed to run? As a dentist, do you know? You are taught to be a great clinician throughout your time at school and commitment to continuing education – but do you know how to run a business? It's hard! And, even if everything is done correctly... is everyone being held accountable? Join our founder, Mary Beth Bajornas, as she discusses her new venture, “The Dental Office Survival Guide,” and touches on these topics (and more). Joining her on the podcast are Missy Fryer and Dr. Frank Clayton.
Looking to hire a new team and want to make sure they’re ready for anything? Want to improve your current team so you can get the most out of your people? The books below are the definitive guides to some of the most important aspects of working in dentistry today, and you can purchase them just by clicking on the links below.
Your front desk is the primary way patients interact with your practice on a daily basis, and having a good team can often make the difference between a practice that is thriving versus one that is struggling. It’s a hard job with many moving parts, and this book breaks it down into easy to understand ideas with plenty of examples. It’s perfect for both experienced teams who need a touch-up and new staff members who are just starting out.
Dental assistants are essential to keeping a practice moving, both administratively and clinically in many cases. They form relationships with patients and often operate as an extension of yourself, so having a team of assistants you can trust is extremely important. This survival guide covers every aspect of being an assistant in a thorough and easy to understand manner. It can serve as a guide for new team members and a refresher for ones who have been with you for years, sharing all of the best practices used today.
Your practice is unlike any other, so it should have a unique marketing plan suited to your individual goals as well. How do you get started? This book will help you and your team plan your short and long-term marketing strategies, delegate and assign tasks so you know they’re getting done, and follow-up to see what is working. You need to have a marketing plan to thrive in today’s world, and this book will help you turn action into dollars.