Bodcast - delivers you expert advice on how to make your dental practice a more profitable and sustainable business.
Featuring interviews with key industry figures, hints and tips on a variety of subjects from wellbeing in dentistry to analysis of the dental landscape, along with real-life experiences of dental teams, there’s plenty to intrigue, inform and entertain.
Business Agreements for Dentists
In this episode, Monica Pacult talks to Rebecca Johnson, a Specialist Financial Planner at Wesleyan Financial Services.
They cover the importance of business agreements for dentists and how they improve business continuity, resolving disputes and overall planning for the future, as well as touching upon legacy planning and how it impacts the individuals personally.
This podcast is for information only and doesn’t provide either financial or business advice. You can find out more about Wesleyan at www.wesleyan.co.uk.
How we grew our practice to a £3.2m walk away deal
Zoe Close, Head of Sales at Practice Plan Group is joined by Mike Hesketh, Founder and CEO at Hesketh Healthcare, to talk about the rapid growth and sale of his first dental practice and purchase of his second, as well as the four pillars that helped him achieve it.
What you'll hear:
Introduction to Mike
The decision to purchase Exeter dental practice
The four business pillars that helped Mike grow the practice
Stepping away from clinical work
Lessons learnt along the way
Advice to anyone thinking of buying a practice at the moment.
To find out more visit https://www.heskethhealthcare.co.uk/
Top tips for keeping a happy and motivated team
Hazel Dockery is joined by Emilia Forrester, Multi-Award winning dental nurse, who shares her top tips for creating and maintaining a happy and motivated team.
What you'll hear:
How Emilia got into dental nursing and consultancy
Qualities and attributes that make a good dental nurse
How to keep teams happy and motivated
The importance of communication.
Emilia Forrester, a distinguished dental nurse, is fuelled by an unwavering passion for her profession, which has propelled her to remarkable heights in her career. Her exceptional dedication and commitment to dental nursing culminated in her receiving prestigious accolades, including the titles of Best Dental Nurse for both 2021 and 2022, and Best Team Member in 2021.
Supporting women going through the menopause
Zoe Close, Head of Sales at Practice Plan catches up with Lisa Bainham, Practice Manager at The Old Surgery dental practice to talk about menopause, how it affects them and how to support women going through it.
What you'll hear:
Why don't we talk more about the menopause?
Is there a need for both men and women to become more educated about the emotional and physical aspects of the menopause?
What role should work play in supporting women going through the menopause?
How is the menopause perceived in today’s society? What can we do to encourage more of an open conversation at work around the topic?
Any advice for anyone struggling with the menopause?
Financial Planning for Young Dentists
In this episode, Laura Whyte is joined by Neil Richardson, Regional Manager for Dentists at Wesleyan Financial Services, and Olivia Miller, one of its Specialist Financial Advisers.
They talk about financial planning for young dentists and cover the important topics like income protection, mortgages, savings and retirement planning.
This podcast is for information only and isn’t financial advice. Please note: Specialist Financial Advisers referred to throughout the podcast are part of Wesleyan Financial Services.
You can find out more about Wesleyan at www.wesleyan.co.uk and listen and subscribe to The Wesleyan Podcast at:
Amazon / Audible
Reflecting on your business goals for 2024
Katrina James, Area Manager at Practice Plan, shares her top tips for your business and things to think about for 2024.
What you’ll hear:
Reflect on the past year
Evaluate what’s gone well/what’s been a challenge
What are your business goals?
Prioritise your team.
Who should listen:
At last. The business of dentistry as a podcast
If you're a busy dentist, practice manager or front of house staff then this series of podcasts are for you. Highly recommended.
Great podcast, poor sound quality
Lots of super hints and tips for running a practice but the sound quality is poor. Feels like you are in a cold empty room with the interview!
Essential listening for anyone in the dental industry
Super useful advice on topics that are all to do with the business side of dentistry. The team at Practice Plan have excelled with this!