December 13, 2018

What dental assistants need to know about the practice’s numbers

Numbers
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If nothing else, we’re a dental family. My wife, Dayna Johnson, is a practice management consultant who loves to help dental practices go paperless, founder of Novonee.com and a Certified Dentrix Trainer.

We talk dentistry all the time, so we thought we’d sit down and let you in on one of our conversations. Click here to listen to our latest podcast where Dayna discusses the numbers that every practice should know. She also dispels the myth that dental assistants should be kept in the dark when it comes to knowing key financial numbers. What numbers should they know? Listen to our podcast and we’ll tell you.

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