A summary of our trip to Cologne for the IDS
The IDS, the International Dental Show, is amazing. Overwhelming. A worthy challenge. This is part one of our experience in Cologne.
Another DTG member joins us to share the view from the lab bench! This time, Patrick Dippel talks about some frustrations that labs feel when cases are sent from an office that perhaps should have been referred. It was fun and lighthearted, but certainly raises some questions about labs and relationships.
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Here is a PERSONAL invitation from Clinton Timmerman DDS. We will record the podcast LIVE from Cologne for the IDS 2017 (well, live recording.... then we upload to the cloud....).
Go TOTALLY ORAL
This time, I share some recent PERSONAL experiences with dealing with a website company/SEO group. It is a cautionary tale, so if you have a website, want to start a website, or are thinking of changing companies that handle your website, give this a listen.
The SEO Knight in Shining Armor is Mike Pedersen with The Dental Boost. He can be found at:
The level of customer service is unparalleled.
Keith Rossein shares his story of how he helps dentists be more efficient with their new patient forms. He preserves precious time and minimizes confusion in the dental office with SubmitPatientForms.
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Jon Nierman joins us to share the story of a family legacy of medical billing in the dental office. Nierman Practice Management and the Dental Writer software started in 1988 and has made medical billing in the dental office easier and more efficient. Cross coding and letters automatically generated FOR you, what's not to love?
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Robert Stanley shares his thoughts on guided implant placement and learning opportunities at the Stanley Institute in Cary, NC. His nerd cred is unparalleled and should not be missed!
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