Dental Mentoring Equals Dental Outreach

Here is another guest post from our client, Dr. Donald Lurie. It seems to me that part of the continuing attempt to refresh and recharge our enjoyment of practice is the chance to be a mentor.  In these times, there is an obvious decrease in the ability to sit back and enjoy the practice of…Read More→

Making a Dental Associate A 50/50 Equity Partner

Lately we have been hearing from dentists and associates about the feasibility of creating a 50/50 partnership. Before this is contemplated there are some questions to be answered and considerations to be weighed. Here are a few that we feel are important:   Is your practice large enough patient base wise for two full-time doctors?…Read More→

Dentists – Charge the Batteries and Change the Scene

Here is another guest post from our client Dr. Lurie on his “Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned”. It seems to me that in the course of practice, there comes a time to charge the batteries and change the scene. This can be both physical as well as mental (emotional). Allow me to ramble on this…Read More→

Dentists – What to Know Before You Accept an Associate Position

This is a guest post from our friend Morgan Pace at ETS Dental. Finding a new associate position can be a daunting process for both new and experienced dentists. While making a good impression on an interview is important, it is equally important to learn as much as possible about the practice. Here is a…Read More→

Dentist and Spouse Roles – Financially Speaking

Here is another guest blog from our client Dr. Lurie. It seems to me… the role of the wife (spouse) in a dental practice has not been discussed enough.  We take it for granted that the husband and wife are on the same page, but this is not necessarily so and has cropped up in…Read More→

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