6. Fellow podcast dental surgeon on how endodontists can scale their business with Pat Caldwell

Pat Caldwell

6 Marketing Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making (And How To Fix Them)

Are you competitive? Because the dental profession is more competitive than ever. There are simply too many dentists for the number of patients. But that’s not the real problem. The real problem is: What are you going to do about it? Because there are still plenty of dentists out there who run highly successful, lucrative practices. Despite the competition. They …

5. How to scale and grow using lessons from the real estate world with Phil Horan

Phil Horan

4. An Oversubscribed Dentist Practice and How to become a Key Person of Influence with Daniel Priestley

3. How bouncing back from adversity will make you a better dentist with Ben Ikin

Savvy Dentist Ben Ikin

2. Building practices, managing risk and playing poker with Nauv Kashyap

1. Australia’s leading business author Andrew Griffiths with his tips and tricks for success

Andrew Griffiths Savvy Dentist

6 Case Presentation Secrets Every Dentist Should Know

Enviable, isn’t it? The way some people manage things so effortlessly, when it’s so much harder for the rest of us. Some dentists manage to easily guide a patient the right way during case presentation. They step from one interaction to another, always getting what they want. Of course, they’re doing the best for their patients too. That goes without …

8 Little Known Factors That Could Affect Your Diagnosis

8 Little Known Factors That Affect Your Diagnosis

You dream of a successful dental business. A popular practice with hordes of loyal patients who hang on your every word. So you never have to worry about an empty appointment book again. But you haven’t got any chance of getting that unless you’re diagnosing comprehensively. Why? Because if you’re not diagnosing comprehensive you’re probably leaving money on the table …

Do You Make These 6 Case Presentation Mistakes?

case presentation

It’s not your fault. No one teaches you this stuff. No one tells you how to do case presentation elegantly, intelligently or strategically. So you make it up as you go along. You do the best you can, like the rest of us. And maybe you’re left wondering. Why do some people accept the cases you present, when others don’t? …