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How to turn a boxy, boring, floor plan design, into a work of art
Our Picasso of Dental Floorplans...Doesn’t Do Boxy & Boring!Many dentists have a dream they’ve been holding on to for years, they’ve envisioned their grand opening, their staff, their layout and their patient relationships more times than they can count. This office, their practice, must reflect...  Read More
T-Bone Speaks: Tearing down DSO Stigmas with Dr. Craig Lambourne
                        I’m pleased to welcome Dr. Craig Lambourne from  onto the podcast.Dr. Lambourne graduated from the University of Southern California and obtained his DDS degree in 2015. He currently works as a dentist in Granbury Dental Care in Texas, which is a practice that focuses on a...  Read More
Start up dental offices
We can help start up dental offices with the use DD DD2011 amalgam separator.Save expenses up front. contact us at rmg04sales@ or your local Dental Fix associate.  Read More
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Episode 51: Website Essentials For Your Dental Practice with Mike Pedersen
Episode 51: Website Essentials For Your Dental Practice with Mike Pedersen Content originally appeared at:  Read More
Episode 50: Your Roadmap To Dental Practice Ownership With Dr. Richard Low
Episode 50: Your Roadmap To Dental Practice Ownership With Dr. Richard Low Content originally appeared at:  Read More
Three Reasons to Make Learning a Core Value in Your Practice
? Today I discuss why it is so vital to make learning a core value in your practice. In a time when a demand for dental services and profits are flat, frustrations run high. As such, it is important to manage personal and team stress. The way to do this is to advance your practice through learning....  Read More
Episode 41: What Very Few Dentists Know About Building Wealth with Reese Harper
Episode 41: What Very Few Dentists Know About Building Wealth Content originally appeared at:  Read More
The best part of the elephant to eat first.
?On this episode, we delve into which part of the elephant we eat first. Namely, I break down how to tackle the many issues that arise at a practice. When you have a team, patients, and finances to deal with, it's hard to know where to put your focus. Click below to hear more...#HealthyTeam  Read More
Why an Anchor is More Important Than a Drill in Your Practice When it Comes to Health and Profit
On today’s episode, I talk about an important aspect of every dental or medical practice: I discuss anchoring. Namely, framing patients’ expectations and understanding various procedures and the costs they may incur.?#HealthyTeam?  Read More
A Better Way to Answer the Question “Why is Dentistry so Expensive?!”
Dentistry is commonly perceived as an expensive or unaffordable health care cost (even with the help of insurance). In actuality, it is notpreventativedental care that costs the most. Listen as I discuss emergency dental care, tending to your patients’ financial needs, and shattering...  Read More
3 Reasons Measuring Case Acceptance is a Joke.
Dentists have been led to believe there is a holy grail in practice management. The phrase has been pushed, published and advertised so frequently; we think it is a real thing. In our practices, we want to believe it is a real thing because harnessing such a straightforward lever for success would...  Read More
5 Reasons Why Your Dental Practice is So Awesome You Don’t Need Systems!
Systems are for corporate types of businesses. Your dental practice is entirely unique and would not lend itself to systems. Sure, you want things to improve. You believe in high-quality care. But for you and your practice, no systems is no problem. Here are seven reasons why:1. Your patients...  Read More
A Patient Refuses to Pay – A Simple Tip to Increase Collections of Your Over 90 Day Accounts
On today's episode, I discuss the often uncomfortable topic of collections. Specifically, I underline ways to stress the importance of your relationship with your patient, while successfully collecting on most, if not all, of your overdue accounts. Click the link below for more information...  Read More
The three things to do if your practice is financially unstable.
Turbulent cash flow, surprise expenditures, or a lull in production can all make you feel like your practice is going off the rails, financially speaking. Because so many independent variables are involved in our practice’s cash flow, it is easy to become overwhelmed. So you could struggle on...  Read More
One Way to Tell If You Have the Most Welcoming Dental Practice in Your Area
On Today's episode, I discuss simple ways to build through relationships within your community. More often than not, tips about building your practice involve gimmicky, short-term ideas that ultimately do not bring in the type of business for which one would hope. Click below to listen to today's...  Read More
A simple way to decide what to pay yourself as a dentist this year.
Owning and practicing in your own business has many challenges.One of the toughest is knowing how much you should pay yourself. Pay yourself too much and you compromise the cash flow needs of the practice. Pay yourself too little and you can’t meet your personal overhead requirements. Because...  Read More
Does Nostradamus work in your dental practice?
What to do with the team member who mistakenly believes that doomsday prophecies should be their contribution to the change effort.I’ll never forget that ominous day in fifth grade social studies class. Although it was almost thirty years ago, I still carry around the hauntingly fresh memory...  Read More
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