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daily production goals

What are your daily production goals for hygiene for an average 9 hour day or per hour?



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Shocking as it may seem, my DDS is not motivated by $ , production and numbers are secondary. When I interviewed 8 years ago I asked her if she wanted to see my numbers , production and retention from my previous job she said “no Im more interested in your personality , if it meshes with mine.” She is unique and fabulous to work for we keep the patients happy and feeling informed with great service. we are completely booked solid for 2 months out (operative) and 6 -7 months out for hygiene

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1400 a day but thats hard to meet and even when met our entire office has to make its monthly goal for anyone to get compensated. So guess who profits

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I was at $1100. for an 8 hour day and met it most days that my schedule was full.

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1500-1800 accelerated hygiene, hygiene assistant taking ortho records, bleaching impressions, all goes towards that goal

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I work for a corporate dental office and my goal is 200 per hour. So 1800 most days that I work. I get paid on production so that is an incentive to work harder and offer more services. We do put patient needs and education first. I never pressure a patient into doing something just for the money. My DDS told me from the very start to do what the pt needs and the money will follow. I meet my goal most days. I was doing 40 min recalls and stretched it to an hour for all adults now.

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I recently went to a seminar that stated that a hygienist should produce 3 times their daily wage in order to be productive. And 4-5 times is even better. When I recently asked for a raise after six years, they did comment that I was not the highest producing hygienist and they would like to see my numbers increase. With that said, I did get a raise and they also provided me with my numbers for the past 4 months in which I was producing 3.5 to 4 times my daily wage. I now at least have a goal to work with. I have never been told an actual number from my office.

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I don’t get paid production, I’m paid hourly. However my average daily production is $1200 for an 8 hour day.

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The new office I am about to start at in a few weeks is $1200-1500 a day for a 12 hour day (I will be working 3 12 hour days a week). My last office didn’t have a production goal so I hope I can make it!

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We don’t have have standard daily production goals but I am sure our dentist looks at our production daily haha. Our office does have higher fee schedules so I am thinking it would be pretty high if we had one.

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We don’t have a “production goal” but dollars per chair hour is always a discussion. We are a very busy productive practice and its crazy good!

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I guess it depends if your goal is meant for Dr. exams as well? 1800 with Dr. Exam in CA

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Four hygienists in the office and we have a monthly bonus program based on production. So our bonus increases as production increases. On average we need to produce at least $1000 each per 8 hour day and $700 for our 5 hour day on Friday. We have had days where we did almost $6000 for the day and others where we only made $3500.

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Do you take into account PPO adjustments?

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