OperaDDS Blog

February 9, 2017

3 Practices to Save Your Internal Communication

One of the key components in creating a harmonious, enjoyable and successful dental practice is good internal communication.  In fact, one of the most common employee complaints is poor communication.  If poor internal communication exists, there are errors made, things can fall through the cracks, doctor frustration increases and the dental office can suffer high turnover rates.

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November 17, 2016

OperaDDS: Solving Intra-Office Communication Problems You Didn't Even Know You Had

OperaDDS was founded by an ordinary dentist to solve extraordinary problems and help move the entire dental industry into the 21st century by creating a new category: Intra-Office Communication.

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January 11, 2017

Faster, Better, Different Ways to Communicate in the Dental Office

Dentistry is part science, part art but all about people. The people part of the equation is easily neglected and can take professionals years in practice to realize the importance. But if there is one thing dentists and their team members need to really improve upon, it’s communication skills.  

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September 29, 2016

Dentist Tips for Effective Dentist Patient Communication

When you are communicating with your dental patients, do you see their eyes glaze over or a perpetual look of confusion stuck on their faces? It’s so easy to get wrapped up in the day-to-day and the hectic schedule that a dental office can bring that we forget to deal with patients as humans. To show the personal side instead of the clinical stuff.  

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August 4, 2016

OperaDDS Pager:  Communication Problem Solver for Your Dental Office

Until recently, dentists and their teams had to rely on 50-year-old mechanical devices to communicate within their offices, and had very limited options for in-office communication.  

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July 28, 2016

4 Dental Barriers to Communication in Healthcare

A barrier is an obstacle—something that impedes progress or achievement.  Barriers to communication in healthcare can keep your dental practice from being productive or from achieving goals you have set.  We’ve all had our moments where ineffective communication has put ourselves or our team members in a bind.  But the best leaders in dental healthcare are the ones who take great care with their communication.  

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