How To Open A Dental Office
How To Open A Dental Office
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Change orders are a sneaky common practice among equipment and construction companies.Thanks to Dr. Erick’s message:  “The construction company just sent me a change order Jayme, the flooring they'd quoted me $1,200 for is now $11,000!!! What do I do?” , we were once again, painfully aware of...  Read More
Earn an EXTRA $150,000 Per Year just by having the Floor Plans can give you a choice: A choice to save $30,000.00 in construction costs OR The chance to produce an extra $150,000 per year In today’s podcast you will hear...  Read More
How to get the RIGHT DENTAL CONSTRUCTION results…b How is dental construction done right…with predictable results?Stories of cost-overruns and massive delays are heard all the time. There are ways to get incredible results in...  Read More
It’s easy to find pictures of dental construction that’s complete.Click below and watch the HALF-DONE dental construction stage.This is a stage very few dentists have access to see.Watch the 2 Minute VideoWhat you’ll discover in this video: The look and feel of a beautifully...  Read More
Most dentists wonder how they’ll get new patients in their new practice.The answer istimingof proper marketing.For a new practice,timingyour dental marketingduring constructionis everything.What might construction and dental marketing have in common, you ask?The proper timing of dental...  Read More
In the video below we’d like to show you how the plumbing may look in your new practice…before the walls get closed in!Notice the red and blue lines in these walls. They’re not copper.The copper plumbing of your parent’s house is likely a thing of ancient history (it may...  Read More
It’s important to remember there are 4 distinct phases to opening a new dental office.This video is only the beginning of the 3rdphase.While demolition and dental construction are exciting, its important to remember that there are 2-7 months of planning and prep work prior to the dental...  Read More
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An old, restored building could be one of the most desirable locations for your new dental office.But renovations aren’t always a good idea.If you’ve ever considered this topic, watch the VIDEO below and you’ll see how adentist is opening up his office in a renovated building . ....  Read More
The 5 Budget-Killing Construction Costs that Ruin Dental Offices
*Please note: For the sake of space on this page, please see the full length explanations of The 5 Budget-Killing Constructions Costs that Ruin Dental Offices at:For the record: I am not a contractor.Yet, I’ve witnessed dozens of clients get hoodwinked and ripped off in new office projects to...  Read More
Nightmare Stories – But Ones You Should Know on Dental Contractors; Part 2
The wrong team members on yourPractice Project Teamcan make an enjoyable, career defining, fun project turn into stress, frustration, budget pain and even anger.In general, there are 2 major losses if you have the wrong dental contractor or wrong Practice Project Teammember:Time and...  Read More
Learn how to lose BIG money VERY quickly; work with the wrong contractor! In this Part 1 article I’ll spell out 4 specific dollar amounts LOST that may have been avoidable in a recent new office project. Don't let this real life disaster happen to you.Sadly, this ismoney that should have been...  Read More
Did you know range of total dental practice start-up costs during the last few years has run $250,000 - $500,000? (and I’ll break that number down for you below).For some, that sounds like good news since they’ve heard it can cost seven figures.For the rest of the dental community, it...  Read More

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