The Flat Tire Theory changed my life several years ago. I've coined that term, but it probably has some cognitive behavioral therapy name, and you probably use it but call it something else. A dentist friend of mine was in the throes of selling his practice a few months ago. He shared some of his uncertainties and woes with me. I listened and eventually shared this story with him. Later he told me that it’d really left a mark on him, and he’s shared it with several other people, so I thought it might be useful to do the same.…
When it comes to Dental Sleep Medicine, we know our why. It’s time to shift gears and focus on the how. Start by outlining the path and setting objectives.
I’ve seen it happen in hundreds of dental practices, and I’d be shocked if it hasn’t happened in yours. You went to a CE course and learned about a revolutionary new product or service. The lights went on and EUREKA! this is exactly what your practice needs.
It’s crucial that your practice has key metrics established so you can set goals and track your progress toward attaining them. This enables you to identify what’s working and what isn’t.
The sitcom jokes about snoring and annoyed bed partners really aren't funny. Snoring is not a laughing matter. See your doctor. Encourage your bed partner to do so if they snore. You might be saving their lives from sleep disordered breathing or a sleep-deprived murderous hiker.