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Mike Zlotnik and Ryan Parson – Real Estate Syndications – What You Need to Know Before Investing
Podcast Episode #213: Mike Zlotnik and Ryan Parson – Real Estate Syndications – What You Need to Know Before InvestingEpisode #213: Dentist Freedom Blueprint PodcastMike Zlotnik and Ryan Parson – Real Estate Syndications – What You Need to Know Before InvestingThis episode is all about alternative...  Read More
Is it Time for Your Organization to Hit the HIPAA Breach Panic Button?
by Jay Hodes, President - Colington ConsultingIndeed, it is. According to the latest statics from the HHS Office of Civil Rights (OCR), 43% of all reported breaches are now caused by hacking or other related information network discrepancies—not to mention those breaches that are the result of...  Read More
8 Things to Think About When Negotiating Your Dental Lease Part IV
As promised, here's the fourth and final part of the article. Think of a tenant rep as an experienced captain who’ll guide you through the treacherous waters, shark-infested waters of tenant/landlord negotiations to find the space that’ll have the least negative impact on your bottom line.7. Have...  Read More
 A 50 Year Perspective of the Dental Industry with Dr. Dale Brandon, DDS
 On this week’s episode of The Dental-Up Podcast, we have Bob Brandon as our special guest host.  Bob sat down with his father, Dr. Dale Brandon and discussed his illustrious 50 Years in clinical practice. They talked about the evolution of the dental profession over the past half-century and...  Read More
Preparing for Practice Ownership - Building a Strong Team of Advisors
                        Buying a dental practice is one of the most significant purchases that a dentist will make in their career. A potential buyer of a dental practice must assemble a team of strong advisors to facilitate the transition. Below is a list of members that are crucial to a...  Read More
The Dentist as a Player-Coach
The National Basketball Association was founded as the Basketball Association of America in 1946. Throughout the many seasons of the NBA, some 40 players have served as both coach and player at the same time. Since the salary capwas instituted in the1984-85 season, the NBA has prohibited teams from...  Read More
Happy and Successful, Doctor?  Relationships are the Key.
Success and joy in life and in dental practice are found in loving, healthy relationships with family, patients, employees, suppliers, lenders and others. Dr Chris Baker talks about cultivating these relationships in your life and profession.  Read More
1159 David Black DDS, FICD, FACD, Dental Practice Solutions, Dental Peeps Network Territory and onDiem : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
Dr. Black owned his own dental practice for over 30 years. Once he built a high-level of productivity in his dental practice, he was able to sell to a group practice, and the rest of his career as a dental practice owner is history.VIDEO - DUwHF #1159 - David BlackAUDIO - DUwHF #1159 - David...  Read More
8 Things to Think About When Negotiating Your Dental Lease Part III
Here's Part III of the blog. Part IV will be posted on Friday. Happy first day of spring! 5. Intimately acquaint yourself with your market area.  Make sure you’re intimately acquainted with the market in the area you’re considering practicing in.To achieve the best possible terms, you need to know...  Read More
Hold the Phone: 5 Smart Benefits of VoIP That Are Ideal for Dental Practices
VoIP isn't just for big business. A VoIP phone system delivers many benefits for dental practices too. Discover 5 important benefits of VoIP for dental offices.It's common for small-business owners to ignore VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phone systems. Most people associate that with...  Read More
The Front Desk Paradox
New Hire.Two words that seem unreasonably intimidating every time they are said, especially when you are the one doing the hiring. No matter the industry, the office, or the person, filling an open position is not an exciting task. But the day you opened a practice, you inherited that...  Read More
Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry beyond Aesthetics
It is no secret that abeautiful smile will transform your social and professional life for thebetter. Your smile can be enhanced by the state of your teeth and cosmetic dentistrydoes exactly that. It offers you perfect looking teeth that you thought are thepreserve of celebrities and hence enhance...  Read More
Why Students Should Choose a Career in Dental Medicine?
The question should be why not? A career in dental medicine provides plenty of challenges and rewards while giving you the rare chance to help individuals and communities. Simply put, a dental medicine professional will always make the world a better place. Dentistry is counted among the  and the...  Read More
144: Michelle Strange | Philanthropic Marketing
In this episode I WILL need your feedback! We need to know if this is something that… if it was happening in your community, what would you want in return truly? Listen in and brainstorm with us how Philanthropic work (in your community) can bring in more awareness, new patients, and how you may...  Read More
143: A Powerful Conversation With Jayme Amos | Ideal Practices
QUICK NOTE FOR THE LISTENER: If you are a start-up or thinking of doing a start-up… you MUST listen to the episode more than once!Let’s just jump into this episode! I am super eager for you all to listen to the conversation Jayme and I have about start-ups, lease negotiations, trial and errors, his...  Read More
Creating a Good Impression- Even when You are Not There
                                                                                                                                     CREATING A GOOD IMPRESSION – EVEN WHEN YOU ARE NOT THERE!                                                 As Aaron says, 33% of calls to dental offices are missed. We...  Read More
No One Ever Taught Me That
Have you ever heard the words, “No one ever taught me that?” I can’t count how many times I have. Coming from the trainer’s perspective, it is difficult to first, translate all your dental knowledge in one training session and second, hold the trainee accountable when the information being taught...  Read More
Rule of Thirds
It's great to be optimistic but Joe shares a great trick to keep your startup grounded and prepared for any unseen circumstance.Law of Thirds  Read More
WEBINAR: The Secrets of Practice Brokers — How to Buy a Practice
Every so often, Professional Transition Strategies hosts a webinar for buyers to learn more about the  detailed the steps and options when considering buying a dental practice. Here are the key takeaways.Decide where you want to goThe most important decision you can make is to choose a location for...  Read More
1158 Stephen Hsu PhD, Professor of Oral Biology, Founder of Camellix, MighTeaFlow, ReviTeaLize, AverTeaX & ProtectTeaV : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
Dr. Stephen Hsu, a tenured professor of Oral Biology and Diagnostic Sciences at the Dental College of Georgia, is a world-renowned expert in green tea polyphenol research and inventor of green tea technology-derived products and medications, which treat dry mouth, dandruff, hair loss, cold sores,...  Read More
8 Things to Think About When Negotiating Your Dental Lease Part II
As promised, here's part II of the article. Part III will be published on Wednesday.3. Don’t renew your lease without considering if the terms still make sensefor you. Most leases contain an option to renew.But you don’t have to exercise this right if you don’t wantto. If you do, this rolls over...  Read More
Episode 58: Tackling The Tension Between Security And Interoperability
Dr. Bryan Laskin and Dave discuss a very common issue in healthcare technology and how to deal with it.Tension Between Security and InteroperabilityFind us on!  Read More
4 Tips to Help You Find New Clients
Being a dentist is more than just knowing how to clean teeth. You also have to be aware of how to run a growing business. Most dentists own their own practices--in fact, 85% of dentists own a personal practice. That means that you’re in charge of finding new clients for your business. Luckily,...  Read More
HOW TO AVOID PATIENT NECK STRAIN IN DENTAL CHAIRS
To help improve patient neck support in dental chairs, memory foam  are one of the best dental cushion purchases a dentist can make toward improving patient comfort in the dental chair.Clenched fists, tight mouths, head-turning, arched backs and knees pulled up are tell-tale indicators that...  Read More
Dentaltown Learning Online ...Everyday Posterior and Anterior Composites. By Dr. John Nosti.
Dentaltown is pleased to present....Everyday Posterior and Anterior Composites.  By Dr. John Nosti.This CE course can be found here....For a limited time, there is no cost to view this course due to sponsorship from Ivoclar Vivadent.Dr. Nosti discusses simplified techniques for everyday posterior...  Read More
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