Incorporate dental implant into bone and into your practice.
7 year journey on how to get implants in practice from logistical and technical standpoint.
113 Zygomatic and Pterygoid Implants with Dr. Dan Holtsclaw
112 Smile Virtual with Dr. Brian Harris
Are you still passionate about where your practice is heading? Listen as Dr. Philip Gordon and his guest Dr. Brian Harris discuss how to stay excited in your practice, what is happening with the Smile Virtual system, how you can use this system to grow your business and much more on this episode of Dental Implant Practices.
Brian is a cosmetic dentist in the Phoenix area and the Smile Virtual system founder. It teaches doctors how to do virtual consultations and use social media marketing to increase thei
111 Dental Implant Practices Uncensored with Implant Pathway and the Worm.
110 Dental Implant Tax Credit with Leyton Consulting
109 How to build an In-House Dental Lab with Philip Gordon DDS
108 Real Bone Builders with Dr. Frank Zastrow
Curriculum Vitae Dr. Frank Zastrow
1999-2004 Dental School, University of Heidelberg, Germany
2005 – 2007 Research associate at the oral surgery unit, dentistry, oral- and maxillofacial surgery center, University of Heidelberg (medical director: Prof. Dr. Dr. J. Mühling)
2008 Specialty status: Licensed for dentistry and oral surgery, Doctorate from University of Heidelberg2009 Certified for implant dentistry and periodontics
2009 – 2012 Practice as oral surgeon at the Private clinic Schloss Schelle
Informative and Entertaining!
I’m an undergraduate student, but I know I want to be heavily involved in surgery, specifically implants, through my career. Obviously my clinical knowledge is not at the level that is discussed here, but the information is presented with great clarity, and I learn unique ideas regarding what is really possible. I’d recommend this to anyone who’s remotely interested in this field!
Excellent way to learn history, present status and future for the implant practice
My favorite podcast for dental Implantologists. As I said in the title you learn some history from the masters who explain where and how techniques developed which is important so I better understand what and why I do what becomes routine. So when something during the surgery requires creativity to make things work in the moment.
The current status changes so often it’s hard to keep up with while just life gets in the way let alone running a practice. Which makes me appreciate this young mans dedication to his show. Also because again he’s cataloging the history in an easily accessible format.
As anyone who works with implants or at least has followed the field knows our icons are passing on without this wonderful way of hearing their stories from their mouths which gives you so much in-site to not only their techniques but their amazing personas, R.I.P. Carl Misch, my mentor.
The future is wide open and who knows what’s gonna be influence the field next so there’s another reason to keep listening to Phillip.
With sincere thanks to Phillip for his work.
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Some podcasts I subscribe to get put on the back-burner. Dr Gordon always gets first play. Sometimes BEFORE The Thriving Dentist show!