Don’t You Steal My Dental Patients!

Dentists Complain of Dental Patient Stealing

In our most recent survey, nearly half of dentists reported that they had had problems with “patient-stealing” by associate dentists or employees who had left their practice.Dental Survey Results

“Every GP associate I’ve had has attempted to (and probably succeeded at) stealing patients. It’s like inviting someone into your home, then finding your silverware is missing after they leave,” complained a California dentist.

Another dentist described a true horror story. “I had a Financial Coordinator for only 5 weeks, and it was after she left I realized how much damage she did. Every patient she scheduled never showed up. When we called one patient, he said that he had gone to another dental office for treatment. She had been calling my patients from her cell phone and diverting them to her previous employer.

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