How To Find a Good Dentist To Expand Your Practice

As a dental practice owner, you may be in a position where you are ready to expand your business. You understand the benefits of bringing a new dentist into the office in order to free your time and make money even if you aren’t in the office.

This is something that you may be interested in because doing this allows you to grow your business without being in the office yourself. This is one of the many benefits that you will experience as a business owner over being an employee. You will finally be able to spend your time out on the golf course or relaxing with your children instead of working 80 hours a week. You can cut your hours down to 40 hours or less and still have someone working in your practice producing income for you.

Whoa, whoa…Won’t this cost me money?

Yes, it will cost you some money. Hiring someone always costs money, but it’s the amount of free time and money that can be brought in through the efforts of this new dentist that will pay off long-term for you. Did you read that fully? More FREE TIME and MONEY for you!

Isn’t that why you got in business in the first place, to make more money and have more free time?

In the article titled Estimating determinants of dentist productivity: new evidence , there was evidence that visits per week were positively related to dentist hours worked, number of assistants, hygienists and number of operatories. Does this sound familiar to you?

“Visits per week are significantly positively related to dentist hours worked, number of assistants, hygienists, and number of operatories. Dentist ownership status, years of experience, and percentage of Medicaid patients are significantly positively related to practice output. The contributions of dentist chairside time and assistants to additional output are smaller for owners, but the number of additional dentist visits enabled by more hygienists is larger for owners.”

This means that increasing the number of dentists in your dental office would directly impact the number of patients that you can have in and out of your office. Thus making your practice more money.

This does mean that you will have to find another qualified dentist to work in your practice, but that’s where AAARecruiter.net comes in. We help you find qualified dentists so you can focus on what it is that you do best, handling your dental responsibilities.

Less Work For You

Does this sound like something that you would like to experience? Have you always wanted to pick up a new skill but haven’t had the time to do it? Well, with the addition of a new dentist in your office you will have more time so that you can spend your time doing what you want to do, while still growing your business and making money.

Remember…the key determinant of dentist output is the dentist’s own chairside time.

If you’d like to free up your time, you’re going to need to find someone else who can help take over some of that chairside time and/or add more chairside time to your practice.

AAARecruiter.net is here to help you get that time by providing you with qualified dentists to grow your practice. Visit AAARecruiter.net today to learn more and get a quote for bringing another dentist into your office. It’s cheaper than you thought and the results will make you more money. It’s worth a look.

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Top 5 Mistakes Dentists Make When Hiring Employees

When is the hiring process ever considered an enjoyable process? There is so much paper work and research that it really becomes a burden on you.

As a dentist who is trying to grow their practice, you’ve probably said to yourself “I know that I need a good team, but it is just too hard to find the right people”. If this sound like you, this article is going to help you out.

Here’s a breakdown of the top 5 mistakes dentists make during the hiring process, and how you can avoid them.

1. The Job Description wasn’t clear.

It’s a pain in the rear to write the job description for hiring a new dentist for your practice, but skimping on the job description will not do you any good. By taking the time to get very clear on the actual job description, you will have more qualified applicants applying for the job and this will reduce the stress that hiring un-qualified applicants will bring. All the candidates for a job must be aware of all the skills that they need in order to be a successful team member.

2. You don’t know what you’re looking for.

Another major problem is that you really don’t know what you are looking for. You understand that you need another dentist in your office in order to bring more people in and out of the office so that you can make more money. However, you don’t understand what type of person you need to hire. You need to take the time to brainstorm what type of person you are looking to hire. Getting clear on the ideal characteristics and personality types will help you long-term.

What type of characteristics are you looking for in your new team members and what type of person would best benefit the team?

3. You don’t go with your gut.

Typically going with your gut feeling works out great.If you have a great feeling about someone, it may be a good idea to hire them on the spot IF you’ve done your research.

You’ll need to review everything before the interview and check references and check the candidates job history before officially making an offer. Keep your eyes out for people who “job hop” and look at their work history. Do you really want someone working with you who does this? Consider if this person is the right fit for you and your team.

4. You assume that they’ve made it this far, they are going to cut it in the office.

You NEED training and orientation for new dentists. Someone who goes through the full interview process and seems to fit ideally may not necessarily be prepared to just get thrown into the working mix. You’ll need to focus on training them and getting your new dentist comfortable with the process used in your office.

5. You hire someone out of desperation.

This happens more often than you may think. You’re in a difficult position and are really struggling to keep up with all your clients. So…you hire a new dentist out of desperation. BAD IDEA!

You really need to make sure that you are careful when checking resumes and if there has been an issue, get the reason for it. Sometimes it’s just an unhappy customer who is impossible to please. You’ve probably had a couple of these in your office already and understand that it does happen. By doing this, you won’t hire someone who’s only considered decent. You hire someone who is PERFECT for your practice.

The most important thing you can do to keep yourself from making the most common mistakes is to allow yourself the time to meet with and review applicants. It is tough, but if you pay enough attention to detail and learn from the mistakes above, you’ll have a perfect new staff member.

However, if you feel like this takes too much time and you don’t want to waste the time on it, you can hire us to handle this for you.

We will save you time and money. You can learn more at AAARecruiter.net

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