Advanced Dental is a dental consulting company led by Serena Wixom and located in Orem, Utah. Serena’s career in the dental industry began in 1978; thus, she has over 40 years of experience running highly successful practices.
Advanced Dental is capable of consulting dentists at all stages of their careers, from those just starting out to those ready to transition their practice to different hands. Its vast array of consulting services will be discussed below.
Advanced Dental has experience in a number of areas related to dentistry. These include all of the following:
The company’s services are designed for practices of any size. Advanced Dental has an experienced team that can customize the above-listed services to fit the challenges you face as a dentist in today’s competitive market.
One thing that sets Advanced Dental apart from its competitors is its expert leader — Serena Wixom. Serena has worked in the dental industry in a variety of different roles for over 40 years. Some of these roles include working as a dental assistant, a schedule and financial coordinator, and an office administrator. She worked under her father, a pediatric dentist, helping him run highly successful practices during his career.
She has also worked as a dental consultant, coach, author, and speaker for almost 20 years. She has expertise in startups, business development, insurance, systems implementation, leadership, and team building. All of this experience has helped prepare her to make the best decisions for your dental practice, should you choose to enlist the help of Advanced Dental.
Some of Advanced Dental’s competitors list at least some sort of pricing structure on their websites, but Advanced Dental does not. The consulting industry isn’t one that often makes pricing options available, but this does make it more difficult for potential clients to know what kind of financial commitments they would be getting into.
Some pages on Advanced Dental’s site are pretty slim in terms of information. One page in particular on the site — the page entitled Seminars/Workshops — is nearly blank. It doesn’t have any information about these workshops or how they actually work.