Hot off the presses, Barry Polansky brings us episode four, "A New Hope." Due to legal issues with Lucasfilms, his book was retitled as, "The Complete Dentist: Positive Leadership and Communication Skills for Success."
It's not as catchy of a title, but probably a lot less hassle legally.
Barry brings great wisdom to the younger generation, and his fourth book can help clinicians young and old to lead a more fulfilling career.
For more information, go to http://taoofdentistry.com/blog/
Barry can be found directly at firstname.lastname@example.org (yes. AOL still exists) or on Facebook.
It may not be pretty, but the "story behind the music" of Jason Lipscomb is a story that needs to be told. From humble beginnings, a desire for drugs (pharmacology) and a nasty hangover, dentistry "seemed like a good idea".
Sit back, relax, and hear how "JLips" came to be....
By popular demand, Mrs Totally Oral joins Lance Timmerman for some "airing of grievances" about dental "insurance". As the #girlboss of the practice for 20 years, she "knows a thing or two". She also nearly goes full Morse code (or "Timmermaning"), but is restrained.
Ashley Latter has helped hundreds of dentists worldwide with his ethical approach to motivate patients to accept beneficial treatment, WITHOUT reducing your fees. He shares with Dr Lance Timmerman his shared passion for Manchester music AND dentistry.
And don't miss his THREE presentations at the AACD convention in Chicago!
Mrs Totally Oral joins Lance to share some thoughts about the dangers of misleading "leaders" in dentistry, as we join Christopher Phelps with unique ways to grow your practice. Shout out to Emma for wearing Totally Oral swag at Central Washington University, too. Hi Skyler.