John Clarke

John Clarke

Author at Dentistry Online

John Clarke is head of business development at Wesleyan Bank. John has amassed 18 years’ experience in the finance industry and has deep domain expertise in the professions, specifically within the dental and legal sectors. He has recently played a key role in several multi-million pound dental acquisition transactions.
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(Fallow) time is money – how dental practices can increase capacity and profitability

John Clarke explains how investing in specialist equipment could help increase the profitability of your practice. As we tentatively edge towards emerging from the pandemic, dental practices are turning their thoughts from survival to growth. However, the speed of recovery will hinge on their ability to increase capacity and obtain finance to purchase new equipment … Continued

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Will dentistry survive a financial crash?

With the COVID-19 lockdown regulations easing and dental practices commencing a phased reopening, plans can be made to return to something like normality over the coming weeks. John Clarke looks into what the financial legacy from the pandemic will be on dentistry. Hygiene protocols, infection controls and decontamination procedures are a central pillar of dentistry. … Continued

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With patients willing to pay more, can dental practices afford to invest less?

Many dentists find access to finance a challenge despite realising it could be the best way to boost revenues and retain patients, John Clarke says. In today’s digital age, most dentists acknowledge that having the latest equipment is vital to staying ahead of their competition. In part, this is being driven by the impact technology is … Continued

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Five tips to make the most of your budget and run a successful dental practice

Heading to a dental show in the near future? John Clarke explains how to make the most of any exhibition you attend. Whether you are looking to purchase specialist equipment or IT software, refresh a single surgery or make extensive improvements to your whole premises, running a successful dental practice requires ongoing investment to attract … Continued

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