When did your practice become less about teeth?

And more about paperwork?

While you’re trying to help patients, the burden of running a business has turned into a...

Monster.

A monster that devours your:

Whether you’re an endodontist or an oral surgeon, you need more than an assistant. You need a monster tamer.

A team of experts to handle that unruly administrative workload so you can get back to what matters most. Helping patients. And loving every minute of it. And here’s how we do it.

  • Welcome to the Fam

    We’re more than a team. We’re family. And from our partners, to their staff, to their patients, we treat them that way. Our open, fun, and collaborative culture creates an innovative approach to operations, quality, and buying power that helps you run your practice your way, just better.

  • Practice Management

    While you focus on teeth, we focus on the bigger picture. Imagine having a dedicated team equipped with cloud-based solutions, research-backed best practices, and technological expertise looking out for your practice 24/7. We’ll keep your systems up to date, monitor performance to find new opportunities for growth, and help you run your practice the way you always imagined it could be.

  • Delightfully Digital

    We’re all about making less work for you, your staff, and your patients. That’s why we leverage the latest tech innovations to streamline just about everything. From online appointment scheduling right through to patient checkout, we make your operations smooth and secure.

Just imagine the work life balance we could create together.

Now imagine more time to spend with patients. Imagine a career doing what you love. Imagine getting home for dinner once in a while. Simply put. You take care of your patients. We’ll handle the rest. Ready to enjoy your career again?

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Make sure to stop by booth 901 at the AAOMS Annual Meeting in New Orleans on Sept 14-17.

Try our signature cocktail, an Old Fashioned Monster Tamer, at the AAOMS Annual Meeting Reception in the Exhibit Hall on Friday, September 16, 5-6 p.m.

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