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Duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes, 25 seconds

Author: Dr. Goran Urde

<b>How to Master the Business Side of the Dental Implant Practice</b>


Hi, I’m Jordan, a dentist from Malmer, Sweden. With a diverse background that includes being a naval officer, a prosthodontist, and working in various clinics and hospitals, I have accumulated over 20 years of experience in the field of dental implants.

Experience and Expertise

Throughout my career, I have held various roles in training, sales, and management. This diverse background has provided me with a unique perspective on the business side of the dental implant practice.

Faculty at a Reputed Clinic

I am proud to be part of the faculty at a prestigious clinic in Copenhagen. With over 400 doctors referring patients to us, we have built a strong network. In this article, I want to share some insights on the business potential of building and maintaining a network of referring doctors, as well as provide tips on running a successful implant practice.

Building a Network of Referring Doctors

One of the key aspects of mastering the business side of a dental implant practice is establishing a strong network of referring doctors. Here are some steps to consider:

1. Establishing Relationships

Take the time to personally connect with doctors in your area. Attend conferences and events where you can meet potential referring doctors.

2. Providing Exceptional Service

Offer top-notch service and patient care to build trust and loyalty with referring doctors. This will create a positive reputation and encourage them to refer more patients to your practice.

3. Collaboration and Communication

Maintain open lines of communication with referring doctors. Collaborate on cases and provide updates on patient treatment plans. This strengthens the relationship and ensures a seamless referral process.

Running a Successful Implant Practice

Besides building a network of referring doctors, there are other crucial factors in running a successful implant practice:

1. Constant Learning and Training

Stay updated with the latest advancements in implant dentistry. Attend continuing education courses and workshops to enhance your skills and knowledge.

2. Efficient Practice Management

Implement streamlined systems and processes to ensure the smooth running of your practice. From appointment scheduling to billing and follow-ups, efficient practice management is essential for success.

3. Marketing and Branding

Invest in marketing strategies to raise awareness about your implant practice. Use digital marketing, social media, and patient testimonials to establish a strong brand presence.


Mastering the business side of a dental implant practice is a crucial aspect of success. By building a network of referring doctors and implementing effective practice management strategies, you can grow your implant practice and achieve your goals.


Q1: How long does it take to build a network of referring doctors?

A1: Building a network of referring doctors is a continuous process that takes time and effort. It depends on various factors, including the size of your local dental community and your ability to establish relationships.

Q2: What marketing strategies work best for a dental implant practice?

A2: Digital marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), and social media advertising have shown promising results for promoting dental implant practices.

Q3: Do I need a separate team for practice management?

A3: Depending on the size of your practice, you may consider hiring dedicated staff for practice management tasks. However, it is possible to handle practice management responsibilities yourself or with a small team.

Q4: How often should I update my skills and knowledge in implant dentistry?

A4: To stay at the forefront of implant dentistry, it is recommended to participate in continuing education courses and workshops at least once a year. However, ongoing self-study and staying updated with research papers and journals are also vital.

Q5: Can I expand my implant practice beyond referrals?

A5: Absolutely. While referrals from doctors are valuable, you can also explore direct-to-patient marketing strategies and collaboration with other dental specialists to expand your patient base.

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