Emerging Dental practice models

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Posted on By Kerry Suen In Practice Management

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Emerging Dental practice models

-Dental report From Mikata Dental Equipment Company

On the horizon are several emerging dental practice models — models that the ADTA study concludes will collectively produce and deliver 60 percent or more of all dental services by 2010. The following five models present a combination of services and access to address changing needs and wants of the consumer:

Ready Access Model — High-process standardization, convenience-oriented, highly flexible operating systems, focused on a dynamic "retail" service experience

Tech Station Model — High level of technical resources, procedural leading edge, "gee-whiz" experience backed by relatively high-touch patient communication

Small Group Model — Well-integrated staff with broad range of scope, seamless teamwork of staff geared to provide service efficiency and throughput

Cosmetic Center Model — A variation on the conventional practice. with heavy emphasis on elective care in personal aesthetics and restorative services

Super Norm Model — Emphasis on high-touch, service-intensive patient experience, customer intimacy, and high-margin work with demanding patients

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Interesting concept article, Kerry,
There is no doubt in my mind that the profession is going more and more towards an interdisciplinary type practice that can accomplish most all these goals within the group practice with emphasis on 'specialists' catering to different types of patient needs.


Henry Schein