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Tech in CLINICAL Communication – are you using today’s BEST METHODS for patients?

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Revenue Well



The best hands in dentistry are worthless…if your patient isn’t in the chair.


That’s why today you’ll learn about SPECIFIC TECHNOLOGY for:

  • How to care for patients WITHOUT appointments
  • The automation of growth and New Patients
  • a powerful tool for Clinical Communication



Dentists easy access to EASY technology for patient reminder emails and text messages.



But have you tapped into the power behind CUSTOM-CLINICAL-COMMUNICATION tools?


Today, Jayme and his guest today special guest, Joe, a Vice President at RevenueWell will discuss:

  • 3 phases of patient communication
  • Clinical Communication TIED TO your recare visits
  • The secret behind 46% of the workforce in the year 2020
  • How Technology of DATA MINING in private-practice can work for you
  • Hyper-Custom clinical content for your patients’ personal needs
  • 2 simple case-acceptance plans you can run TODAY


Ramp up your tech knowledge.

And your ability to increase clinical communication.


With these concepts, you’ll enhance patient care and your bottom line.



  1. Get the private practice revenue analysis [no charge] here 
  2. The 1000 Book Giveaway is winding down – get your copy of Jayme’s Bestseller here.



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Why You Need a Team To Start a Dental Practice

When it comes to starting your own dental practice, finding the right real estate is a crucial step to success.

Where do you even start looking? How different is dental practice real estate from commercial? What should you be looking for? 

And don’t forget about the great leasing vs. owning debate. Some dentists argue owning your practice’s real estate is best, and some argue leasing is best. 

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