Joining in today’s episode is Dr. Paul Goodman. Paul is a practicing dentist and the managing partner of a group practice with two locations along with his brother, Jeffrey, in Mercer County, NJ. Over the past ten years, Dr. Goodman had acquired three dental practices.
After graduating from the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Dentistry in 2002, he completed a GPR at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.
Dr. Goodman has a passion for teaching and speaking and has parlayed his interests into a vibrant online Facebook community called Dental Nachos, with over 6,000 subscribers.
During our interview, we discussed:
The expanding role of implants in the general practice
How to overcome the dread in an everyday dental practice
Some of the most common obstacles dentists face in practice ownership
How to create and manage multiple streams of dental income
Dr. Cory Glenn is one of the hottest speakers and educators in dentistry today.
He attended dental school at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences and did a GPR at Lutheran Medical Center.
Cory has traveled and taught extensively on a variety of topics, particularly guided surgery using Blue Sky Bio software.
According to Dr. Glenn, “for the first half of my career, I did not have a CBCT and did not embrace guided surgery, mainly due to cost. The BSB software changed all that and had led me to become what I call a “recovering freehander.” I’m now a huge advocate for guided surgery and do most of my surgeries fully guided and at a cost of $20 per case.”
During our interview we discuss:
Guided surgery and how to integrate it into any practice
Digital dentures and the how this technology is changing everything we know about traditional prosth
How BSB software can create clear ortho aligners at a fraction of the usually lab fee
The future of dentistry with technology and 3-D printing
Robert Siliano is a best-selling author and CEO of IdentityTheftSecurity.com. He is a security expert and private investigator committed to informing, educating and empowering people so that they can protect themselves in their everyday lives both physically and virtually.
During our chat, Robert and I discuss:
His brush with death as a runner in the Boston marathon on April 15, 2013
Simple steps to protect yourself from a dental practice data breach
How to protect your identity from being compromised
Why software updates are necessary to to prevent cyber theft
The quick precautions to take to secure your passwords from online predators
In this episode, I interview Dr. Cole Hackett and Dr. Joe Blalock from the Life and Dentistry Podcast.
This podcast is made up of a group of new dentists who recently graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry.
According to the founders,” We are a group of close friends that helped each other through the tough times of dental school and are now doing the same as we start our careers as dentists. Our mission is to help our listeners navigate through the world of dentistry as we do ourselves.”
During our chat, we discussed:
The challenges facing new dentists in many areas of the profession
The difference a peer group can make for your emotional, spiritual and physical well being
The Life and Dentistry Summit and the genesis of the event
How to shorten the learning curve in clinical and practice management development