We are putting together the 2013 installment of Dental Economics/Levin Group Annual Practice Survey ... and we need your help!

Thousands of your colleagues participated in last year’s Dental Economics/Levin Group Annual Practice Survey, providing data and comments about the state of their practices. Now, we’re asking you to once again take part in the dental profession’s most important annual check-up.

May 2nd, 2013
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Dentists around the United States ... we are counting on you!


Thousands of your colleagues participated in last year’s Dental Economics/Levin Group Annual Practice Survey, providing data and comments about the state of their practices. Now, we’re asking you to once again take part in the dental profession’s most important annual check-up.

Click here to participate in the 2013 Dental Economics/Levin Group Annual Practice Survey.

How has the state of the dental economy changed in the past year? Are you and other dentists faring better or worse or about the same as in the previous year? Is production up, flat or down? Are patients returning to your practice? What trends are emerging now? What are the prospects for the future?

Since 2007, the most reliable answers to these crucial questions have come from you and others who have participated in the Annual Practice Survey jointly sponsored by Dental Economics and Levin Group. To assure that the 2013 survey is as valuable to our profession as its predecessors, we ask you to take a few minutes to add your voice to those of your colleagues.

Click here to participate in the 2013 Dental Economics/Levin Group Annual Practice Survey.

Click here to see a message about the 2013 survey from Dr. Roger Levin.

Click here to see the results of last year’s Dental Economics/Levin Group Annual Practice Survey.

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