If you are a dental practice owner or team member, this podcast is for you! Join Kiera Dent as she shares first hand knowledge on what it takes to create a wildly successful dental practice!
Kiera’s a guest on Art of Dental Finance and Management with Art Wiederman, sharing Dental A-Team tips to make your dental practice better than ever. Topics covered in Kiera and Art’s conversation include how to hire an A-team member; the best questions to ask during an interview; how to minimize cancellations; and so much more!
A great take-away from Kiera: In a world full of zigs, don’t be scared to zag.
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Joining the Dental A-Team family today is Caleb Guilliams, founder and CEO of Better Wealth Solutions and a financial extraordinaire!
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to start using money as a tool in your practice, and Caleb is a wealth of knowledge for doing that. In this conversation with Kiera, Caleb shares four principles for how you should think about your practice, your money, and your time, as well as two strategies for the more advanced students which will totally change the game in how your practice operates! You WILL NOT want to miss this episode!
We’re diving back into working together in our DAT workshops! Today’s topic: the magic phrases to use in scheduling and how to best deal with pre-payments. The Dental A-Team crew helps out on the sidelines, sharing the three E’s of communication, and a whole bunch of other dentistry gold.
The amazing Howard Farran joins the Dental A-Team podcast!
In this episode, Kiera and Dr. Farran cover a bunch of topics, giving you, dear listeners, inspiration for the job you love. They talk about advice for your younger, freshly-graduated-from-dental-
Howard Farran, DDS, MBA, the founder and owner of dentaltown.com and Dentaltown magazine, has practiced dentistry at Today’s Dental in the Phoenix metro area for more than 30 years. In 2017, Incisal Edge magazine ranked him among the 32 most influential people in dentistry.
Dr. Farran reaches hundreds of thousands of dentists from around the world every day. His ever-expanding presence across social media platforms include 300,000 Facebook followers, 25,000 Twitter followers and 35,000 LinkedIn followers, not to mention the 250,000 registered members on ...
Gross title, but hear us out. The DAT’s podcast episode theme today is all about being relentless in spite of the complicating times we’re in — and we haven’t been immune to struggles. Kiera talks through what she’s been dealing with as a business owner and a leader, and how she’s dealing with it à la Captain Jack Sparrow.
There are two questions to ask yourself after listening to this episode: What are your inner motivations and where do you stand today? Listen up to make sense of it all.
P.S. Send us your yummy blueberry pancake recipes; we promise we won’t puke :)
Kiera’s dealing out tips to keep things tight at your office! In this episode, she explains what overhead is, the breakdown of different costs, and three ways you can start lowering your overhead TODAY:
Payroll. Employees, make sure you’re a necessity.
Credit card processing fees (we’re talking saving $17,000 a year!)
Supplies. Live lean and mean.
The Dental A-Team can help you get going on these steps, too! Need ideas for how to reduce credit card fees? What about a supply-tracking sheet? The DAT is here to save the day. Give us a holler today: firstname.lastname@example.org.
An office manager listener recently shared with the Dental A-Team a frustrating situation at work. From that, Kiera created this episode, encouraging people to have the hard conversations they’ve been avoiding. Stop tolerating inefficiencies! Kiera shares two personal examples on how she had her own hard conversations recently.
Do you feel frustrated at work, feel that your job is being walked on, feel that you’re being replaced by actions? It’s time to TALK ABOUT IT. Kiera’s formula:
Say the thing that’s holding you back
Clear the expectations