Could Innovation Increase The Value of Your Dental Practice?


Innovation can be applied to dental practice in many ways.  However, we often overlook it as the means to enhance business value directly. In the world of dentistry, we typically associate innovation with development in a technology or treatment technique. Looking at innovation this way creates a perception that the power for innovation is in the hands of someone else, …

82. How to Disrupt the Healthcare Space with Katherine Maslen

3 Hot Tips To Send Your Dental Practice Into Business Overdrive


Growing a dental practice can test a dentist’s patience. We have a vision. We know what needs to happen next. Why can’t we be there already? But here’s what I’ve found: steady, consistent action applying strategies that work is what yields the best results. Deceptively simple, some strategies can be overlooked. However, on deeper consideration and implemented well, they have …

81. 3 Tips to Accelerate Your Practice Growth

What Every Dentist Needs To Know About Business Systems


While the dentist in me loves perfection in patient care, the entrepreneur in me gets a kick from creating business systems for our practice. I love this stuff because it creates order and structure. My opinion? Order precedes forward movement. Order is achieved by bringing structure to business. It follows that structure comes through development of frameworks and processes that …

80. Simple Systems for Impeccable Delivery of Care

How to Know You’re in a Dental Business, Not Just a Dental Practice


You’re running a dental practice, but did you know you’re really the owner of a dental business? It’s a question being posed to more and more dentists. And most of my readers will know why. It’s no secret things have changed in the world of dentistry over the past five years. A topic covered extensively in my book, Retention, and …

79. Make Your Practice Thrive in a Changing Market with Dr Frank Papadopoulos

Frank Papadopoulos

How to thrive in life and business as a dental entrepreneur

While I’m now comfortable with the term entrepreneur, I wasn’t always. It took a long time – and a few entrepreneurial peaks and troughs – before I felt I could really own it. In this regard, I’m not Robinson Crusoe. A view held among many dentists, the perception of entrepreneurship is filtered through a lens of patients first. Essential for …

78. Entrepreneurship for Dentists with Jemimah Ashleigh and Shevonne Joyce