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How to Recapture Lost Revenue and Treat More Patients with Comprehensive Care

Description:
What if you could offer your patients a valuable service, recapture lost revenues and grow your practice, without compromising the quality of care? Dr. Bruce Baird, one of the most productive and profitable practicing dentists in the country, will discuss and illustrate a program that he developed and implemented in his practice that allows you to do exactly that! Comprehensive Dental Finance provides you with a system that allows you to finance procedures for patients that do not qualify for third-party financing -helping you to recapture lost revenue with low risk, and treat more patients with the comprehensive care they need now. Discover what hundreds of other practices have already done to take control and improve their profitability.

Date Added:
10/19/2011

Author(s):
Bruce B. Baird, DDS, FAGD
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Questions & Comments
Robert Odegard - (5/19/2013 4:17 PM)

How can I contact you for info on starting up this program for my office? Thanks Bruce Robert Odegard rlodegard@gmail.com

Fatu Sebastian - (9/11/2012 3:19 PM)

I know it is a comment from 2011 , but now all videos are working on ipad :) thx for this great video !

k kk - (12/7/2011 5:54 PM)

Can i see THE video's on my iPad ? Hoe do i get Adobe flash plager?

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