Dentistry Rising is for and about dentists and dentistry. Dentistry may be changing, and changing rapidly - but it is also getting better in ways never thought possible. I want to help you figure out your best path and evaluate your options. In this podcast, you’ll hear masters discuss keys to success and others discuss how to evaluate practices and group opportunities, how to make more money in an ethical way, and how to figure out your finances and your debt and have ongoing inspiration and purpose. I want you to be even more confident because you have your life and practice under control and a plan going forward. I believe in the profession of dentistry, and I am a dentist – I want to provide you with inspiration, information, and motivation.
101 Dentistry in the UK, how's it different and how's it the same?
Dr. Jaz Gulati, a dentist in London England and host of Protrusive Dental Podcast and author of a new online course on making splints joins Dr. Robin in this episode. They discuss how dentistry is different in the UK than it is here and how it is the same. It is a lively discussion I'm sure you'll enjoy.
100 Putting the Patient First with Dr. Brian Laskin
Dr. Brian Laskin believe putting the patient first is what really makes a practice successful, and technology can help with that.
099 Would you Buy This Practice?
In this episode, Dr. Robin discusses a Newport Beach practice and analyzes what is good and not so good.
098 Production v. Collections, what's what?
Lot of times common dental management words are used interchangeably, when the terms don't mean the same at all. Listen to Dr. Robin explain!
097 Would You Buy This Practice? Case Study #3, OC
Dr. Bette Robin goes over a Orange County dental practice that could be a huge mistake for a buyer to purchase.
096 Would You Buy This Practice? Case Study #2
In analyzing this Inland Empire practice, Dr. Robin discusses why owning your own building can be a great asset. This case study format of review lets buyers understand how to determine quickly whether or not to proceed with a potential purchase.