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Posted by Graig Presti at 10:15 am | 0 Comments

Dental spending remains sluggish five years after the economic recovery, according to a new research brief by the ADA’s Health Policy Institute. The amount of empty chair time coupled with a wave of new dental graduates mean dentists’ earnings will stay sluggish and low for some time to come.

“Dentistry is a profession that is rocky and unpredictable right now,” stated, Graig Presti, CEO of Local Search For Dentists™.

The decline in the average dentist’s net income, which began in the early 2000s, is attributed to a steady decrease in dental care among adults and shows no sign of changing any time soon. The research predicts a “new normal” in dental spending, demand for dental care and dentist earnings.

Lower dentist income reflects stagnant wages

Although U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) rose 6.5% from 2009 to 2014 and the economy is clearly recovering, average household incomes have increased by only 1%.

While the U.S. economy is in recovery, household incomes are not, and people are hoarding cash as a fail safe against uncertainty.

Average incomes dropped significantly for all general practitioners since a peak of $219,378 in 2005. Dentist incomes have decreased steadily since 2009.

It is clear that dentists’ average net incomes are not recovering with the rebound in the U.S. economy.

Many dentists “not busy enough”

The number of general practitioners who said they were “not busy enough” changed slightly, declining from 36% in 2013 to 34% in 2014. Solo general practitioners reported the most empty chair time, with 40% indicating they weren’t busy.

More new dentists graduating

Adding to the impact of decreased dental spending on incomes is the wave of newly minted dentists looking for jobs. Recent years have seen a stagnation of dental spending, an increase in the number of dentists, and, as a result, stagnant dentist earnings.

Affordable Care Act’s Impact

There is “significant uncertainty” in the dental economy. Demand for dental care will continue to be low and dental spending will not return to historic highs.

The dental sector is entering an era of stagnant to lower dental spending and an increasing supply of dentists, this will have dramatic implications for the bottom line of dental practices

This is NOT a death sentence. We can help you fight this and win.

Do NOT be a stick in the mud, who refuses to change. 2016 can be that year for change. Let’s do it!

Let’s save this industry from its slow, lengthy undoing and raise it up too greatness again.

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Posted by Graig Presti at 9:27 am | 1 Comments

I urge you not to ignore this blog post.
It may just save your practice, your family and
your livelihood.

The industry I love so much, Dentistry, is under
attack. And It’s happening as I type this.

I write this to warn, inform and help. NOT scare.

Dentists all over North America are going bankrupt.
I’ve received 5 notices of bankruptcy from dentists
across the country…pleading for my help. Unfortunately
for them it’s too late, but you, I can 100% help.

That is more bankruptcies notices in 1 month than in 10 years!!!

The facts for this occurrence are simple (but ignored by 97%
of dentists who refuse to change)

  1. corporate dental practices invading cities and breaking private practices over their knees in a matter of months
  2. patients spending less money (hoarding cash due to uncertainty, looming elections, terrorism etc)
  3. LARGE private mega practices buying up everything in sight, including market share.
  4. expanded dental hygienist practice (reducing the need for dentists)
  5. insurance manipulation and domination of the market place.
  6. there WILL be a recession in 2016

This is NOT a death sentence. I can help you fight this and win.

Do NOT be a stick in the mud, who refuses to change.
2016 can be that year for change. Let’s do it!

Let’s save this industry from its slow, lengthy undoing
and raise it up to greatness again.

I want to help you put an action plan together to fight this.

One word of WARNING: This action plan will disappear with out
notice! So don’t delay.

Check it out by clicking the link below:
http://localsearchfordentists.com/action-plan

Talk Soon,
Graig Presti
CEO LocalSearchForDentists.com An Inc 500 Approved company

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One of my private clients (who will remain nameless) is
already breaking his competition in half ….buying practices,
just killing guys who won’t change. He’s even got mobile dentistry
in the areas he can’t cover with a brick and mortar presence.

So, if you’re struggling with making heads or tails of what to do
that can specifically help you grow your practice then this action
plan is a “glove fit for you”.

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