Dr Matt Bickel goes Totally Oral and talks about being a dentist in "the good part of New Jersey". Most importantly, Matt shares his experience of being embezzled and what steps dentists can take to help decrease the chance of that happening to them.
Clinton and Russell interview Dr Amy Nygren of Reno, Nevada, who is a Wolfpack fan as well as a lover of musicals. Dr Nygren is known as the "Dr Amy Who Sings" in the office to distinguish herself from the other Dr Amy in the office, who is known as the "Dr Amy Who Boondoggles".
Listen to her journey as a dentist since her time at UNLV as well as her passion for drama and performing in community plays.
Dr James Martin goes Totally Oral this week to discuss his perspective on how dentists can achieve financial success and be happier within the profession. He also shares what pitfalls to avoid.
Dr Martin has a podcast called "Dentists Who Invest", as well as online courses on his website dentistswhoinvest.com. He also has some upcoming courses in person in London and possibly some other locations in the near future.
Take a listen and find out what pearls Dr Martin may have to offer that could potentially help you thrive in your practice.
Clint and Russell talk with Dr. Chonway Tram this week. Chonway practices in a little town just west of Los Angeles called Rancho Cucamonga where he owns a 4 operatory fee for service office and does a lot of digital dentistry. We talk about Chonway's path to learning digital and why he loves digital dentistry. We finish off talking about new graduates path to learning digital dentistry as well.
This week Clint and Russ interview Dr. Jesse McGuire an orthodontist out of Goodyear, AZ. We talk about his journey from DSO medicaid orthodontist in Texas during the late 2000's and early 2010's and then moved to Phoenix to join another DSO to starting his own private practice office five years ago. We talk about the challenges of running an ortho office and how he decides what to incorporate and what not to incorporate (hint it ain't Invisalign). Overall it was a fun to talk with a dentist who isn't a GP and hear about how our worlds are pretty darn similar.