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Bright Choice Dental Plan New Website

The CDI Group and Blackford Dental Management, LLC, have launched a new website under the name Bright Choice Dental Plan. The new two-tiered plan structure gives patients access to an enhanced online experience. View more »

What is Causing Your Tooth Pain 

Aches, pains, sensitivities, and sores in your mouth can be excruciating. Many people choose to suffer through and hope it will get better, but sometimes the pain does not improve. View more »

5 Signs of Gum Disease

The most common side effect of poor oral health is periodontitis, or gum disease. If you are not visiting the dentist twice a year, brushing twice a day, and flossing regularly, you will most likely develop gum disease. A recent study showed that 47.2% of American adults have mild, moderate or severe periodontitis.* View more »

Why Gold Dental Plans are the Right Choice for your Dental Practice

There are many reasons to not accept insurance at your dental practice. The long waiting periods for reimbursement and the extra people you need to hire for processing are just a few. However, because of the high cost of health care, affordable options for your patients will maximize your revenue and improve your business. View more »

How to Use Facebook for Your Dental Practice

If you are running a dental practice, chances are you aren’t an expert at social media. In between patients, paperwork, and other duties around the office, you probably don’t have time to worry about “small” things like that. View more »

Simple Marketing Tactics for Dental Practices

Whether you just opened your practice or have been in business for years, it is important that you are marketing your dental services. Even if you have a steady stream of patients, there are still important tasks you should be doing to increase your business. View more »

5 Simple Ways to Makeover Your Dental Office

Creating a welcoming, clean, and modern environment is an essential part of getting and retaining new patients. Your patients begin to form their perception of you and your practice when they walk into your reception area. View more »