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Hygiene production

I know the typical hygiene production is 30% of total office production but what would be a reasonable hygiene percentage when the office does ortho and implants.



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The doctor would be the clinician to be giving orthodontic treatment and placing implants, so I don’t feel there would be any production for the hygienist. That is, if I’m understanding the question correctly.

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Not exactly. We have been told our hygiene department produces below 30% of the total office production. However our doctors have high production cases like ortho and implants which makes it difficult to reach that 30%. I was just wondering if you knew what a good target percentage would be in an office with high profit cases like we have. Thanks!

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