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Dr. Roger P. Levin
Roger P. Levin, DDS, is Executive Founder of Dental Business Study Clubs – Dentistry’s only All-Business Study Clubs, the next generation of referral marketing for specialists. For more information, call 833.DBSCLUBS or visit www.dbsclubs.com
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not providing adequate team training
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not providing adequate team training
Aside from on-the-fly training and “shadowing” during working hours, few dentists make a strong commitment to providing training to help administrative team members perform better, says Dr. Roger Levin.
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not working with a professional money manager
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not working with a professional money manager
A conservative investment plan — paying excellent returns in good years and weathering not-so-bad losses in bad years — will serve dentists well, says Dr. Roger Levin.
5 things every practice should be doing for a thorough and comprehensive dental examination
5 things every practice should be doing for a thorough and comprehensive dental examination
Once the exam is complete, work your findings into an individualized treatment plan that includes everything from immediate needs, to eventual needs, to elective procedures patients may want to consider.
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Doing the same thing and expecting different results
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Doing the same thing and expecting different results
Too many dentists assume that all they need to do is “wait out” the economy, and they’ll eventually start to grow again. Dr. Roger Levin says that isn't going to happen.
Is it time for you to make over your dental practice?
Is it time for you to make over your dental practice?
If your dental practice's décor has seen better days, it’s time to initiate a practice makeover. It will give you a competitive edge in today’s challenging dental market.
The biggest mistake dentists make: Keeping staff members who are poor performers
The biggest mistake dentists make: Keeping staff members who are poor performers
If you have a team member who is a chronic poor performer in your dental practice, it’s time to address the issue, says Dr. Roger Levin. Here's how.
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not using KPIs
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not using KPIs
Analyzing numbers on a daily, monthly, quarterly and annual basis is now an essential part of running a successful dental practice.
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Neglecting leadership training
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Neglecting leadership training
The more training that dentists have, the better prepared they will be to handle those difficult situations that come up when they least expect them in the dental practice.
Are you a leader or a manager in your dental practice?
Are you a leader or a manager in your dental practice?
By following some simple steps, you’ll empower your team to excel and free yourself to focus more on dentistry
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not staying physically active
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not staying physically active
Dr. Roger Levin has personally spoken to numerous dentists who want to retire because they are exhausted, not because they’ve stopped enjoying dentistry. That's one of the problems with being out of shape.