Five Ways You Can Protect Your Orthodontic Practice

Posted by Brooke Milligan on Sep 21, 2018 11:14:48 AM

By Roger P. Levin, DDS

Orthodontists are experiencing increased competition and it’s not just coming from other orthodontists. More and more aligner treatments are being offered from general dentists and direct-to-consumer companies. This is having an effect on many orthodontic practices, but there are specific ways to protect the practice and maintain a highly successful future. Consider these five strategies to help protect your practice:

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Topics: Referrals, orthodontics, Roger Levin, treatment coordinator, scheduling, observation program, adult patients

Increase Production with TC Training

Posted by Brooke Milligan on May 13, 2016 11:27:29 AM

By Roger P. Levin, DDS

As the orthodontist, you play the most important role presentation—deciding what treatment to in caserecommend, offering the doctor’s opinion to parents and adult patients, answering questions, and projecting a strong professional image. But all of this can and should occur within 10–15 minutes. Your treatment coordinator (TC) should be properly trained to take responsibility for the rest of the time in the presentation. Such training should include:

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Topics: orthodontics, Roger Levin, treatment coordinator, TC training

Etc. vs. ETC

Posted by Ben Shin on Aug 31, 2015 11:13:21 AM

by LeeAnn Peniche

I’m often asked what makes an exceptional treatment coordinator. My answer? The etc.

In my mind, and in my experience, the real and vital difference between an excellent TC and an exceptional TC is the etcetera – the above and beyond, the more, the icing on the client-service cake.

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Topics: Orthodontic, treatment coordinator, employees, LeeAnn Peniche

Tap Deeper Into the Adult Orthodontic Market

Posted by Shelby Kruse on Oct 8, 2013 1:53:00 PM

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Topics: Marketing, Orthodontic, Roger Levin, treatment coordinator, adult braces

Making the Most of Your Observation Program

Posted by Shelby Kruse on Feb 3, 2012 1:41:00 PM


By Roger P. Levin, DDS

Observation patients represent future production. Now, more than ever, a well-run observation program is one of the best, most productive approaches to growing your practice in this post-recession economy.

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Topics: orthodontic practice management, Consultants, Ortho2, Roger Levin, observation patient, treatment coordinator, Levin Group

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