175: Your Last Day of Clinical Dentistry
Imagine it’s your very last day of clinical dentistry.
You rack your handpiece, take your foot off of the rheostat and walk out of the operatory.
You’ve finally finished a chapter of your life that’s been decades in the making…
Now what? (Hint: I’m not just talking to late career dentists)
In today’s episode of the Dentalpreneur Podcast, I answer this question posed by a listener who is facing the above scenario, well before his time.
In just his early forties, Dr. Will’s doctors suggest that he finds a second career, because within three years, he will likely be physically unable to continue to practice dentistry.
During this episode, I discuss:
- Whether or not selling your practice at its peak is the best plan for early retirement from clinical dentistry
- The options open to any dentist once his or her clinical career comes to an end
- Several different potential avenues to replace clinical production
- “Low impact Dentistry” and how to integrate it into your practice
- Why focusing on overhead and cash flow could be the most important practice to master when you are preparing for transition out of clinical dentistry
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