Serena Wixom
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Frequently Asked Questions

Why contact a dental consultant?

Dental consultants are great resources in a number a different areas of dental practice management and growth. Serena Wixom is happy to offer numerous consultation services including financial analysis, team training, software integration, marketing, and more.

Can you help my team improve their skills?

Absolutely. One of the most important things consultants do is work with the entire office team to improve every aspect and level of service and performance in your practice. Our team training services will transform the way your office team works independently and as a whole.

Can you help with all the insurance processing?

In the dental field, we have to know more about dental and medical insurance than almost any other healthcare providers, and juggling all those different forms and processes can be a hassle. However, it’s one of the easiest ways we can help our patients, so we all make time for it. We can help your team better understand insurance processing, and work with them to make the most of the time they spend handling insurance benefits.

I know we need a new computer system to integrate the practice, but I don’t know where to start. Can a consultant help with that? 

Serena knows that the most hard working and skilled dentist and team will get nowhere fast in today’s technology driven market without the right computer software to integrate all of their information. We’ll do the legwork, finding the right products, and help you and your team to make the most of them within your practice.

I’m looking to improve my annual profit, can Serena help?

One of our goals is to help you raise your bottom line. That starts with a careful review and analysis of your current profit and overhead costs. We’ll then make recommendations and work with you to create a plan to reach your profit goals. Finally, we’ll continue to track your improvement, and readjust as needed to help you achieve your goals.

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