Classic Insights Blog


Posted on February 9, 2015 by Sandy Pardue

There is no place for criticalness, fault-finding, loathing, bellyaching, complaining, or grumbling in an office. Anyone in the office who is there to do their job and improve their surroundings including, our patients and themselves, will not badmouth circumstances, situations, … Continue reading

Action Steps for a Reactivation Project

Posted on January 6, 2015 by Sandy Pardue

Typically a practice will start thinking about doing a reactivation project when they are desperate for patients. The reactivation attempts should be ongoing for a consistent flow of patients rather than a desperate move. If you can’t afford to lose … Continue reading

Go for Your Dreams

Posted on December 28, 2014 by Sandy Pardue

Dentists go to great lengths to try and build their practices. They invest a tremendous amount of time and money to become dentists and set up a practice by getting through college, dental school, and continuing education courses. They invest … Continue reading