Blogs By Nabeel Ten Things To Do Before Closing Your Dental Office Everyday – Dr Syed Nabeel 23/02/2023 DentistryUnited Review and update the appointment schedule for the next day, making sure that all patient appointments are correctly scheduled and that any changes or cancellations are noted in the schedule. Clean and disinfect all treatment rooms and equipment, including wiping down all surfaces, sterilizing instruments and handpieces, and emptying the trash cans. Confirm all patient appointments for the next day using a reminder system, such as automated phone calls, text messages, or emails. Make sure all patient records are updated and accurate, including any progress notes, treatment plans, and financial information. Restock all supplies and materials, including gloves, masks, gowns, and dental materials. Check all dental equipment to ensure it is in good working order, including dental chairs, lights, and handpieces. Close and lock all cabinets and drawers to ensure the safety and security of patient records and supplies. Turn off all non-essential equipment, such as computers, printers, and lights, to conserve energy and reduce costs. Review the day’s activities and make note of any issues or concerns that need to be addressed the next day. Say goodbye to any remaining staff members, thanking them for their hard work and dedication, and wishing them a good evening.