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June 24, 2012


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Southwest has held this reputation for years, even before the pressures the airline industry faced after 9/11. Their same philosophy can definitely be used in other industries, like a Dental Practice that looks to maintain its employees & patients, especially by how they may react to cancelled or rescheduled appointments.

Meet a Dentist

Thanks for sharing such important post here which more useful to me. It helps lots me. so keep it up and also give more information related to work.

Robert Esmund

This is exceptionally good advice for any young dentist just starting out in their own practice. Sure you have to know how to do the actual dentistry, and how to run a practice as a business, but you need to remember that your staff and patients are real people, and by taking care of them, heeding their concerns, and doing the right thing, you can engender loyalty that will stay and lead to a successful and popular practice that grows by virtue of its good reputation.


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