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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 importance of community outreach in building your dental practice
The importance of community outreach in building your dental practice
Although community outreach certainly qualifies as “soft” marketing that typically yields actual results (new patients) over the long term, it serves as a solid foundation for a people-oriented business, such as your dental practice.
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not understanding the insurance picture in the practice
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not understanding the insurance picture in the practice
"We can learn from our mistakes. But isn’t it better to learn from other people’s mistakes?” Dr. Roger P. Levin explores the biggest mistakes that dentists make—and how those mistakes can be avoided. In this edition, Dr. Levin discusses dental insurance policies.
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Making decisions too slowly
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Making decisions too slowly
Based on his extensive experience with dentists in the past 30 years, Dr. Roger P. Levin has authored a new book entitled The 31 Biggest Mistakes Dentists Make. His premise is simple. As he says in the introduction, “We can learn from our mistakes. But isn’t it better to learn from other people’s mistakes?”
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not delegating to team members
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not delegating to team members
Based on his extensive experience with dentists in the past 30 years, Dr. Roger P. Levin has authored a new book entitled The 31 Biggest Mistakes Dentists Make. His premise is simple. As he says in the introduction, “We can learn from our mistakes. But isn’t it better to learn from other people’s mistakes?”
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not having documented step-by-step systems
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not having documented step-by-step systems
Based on his extensive experience with dentists in the past 30 years, Dr. Roger P. Levin has authored a new book entitled The 31 Biggest Mistakes Dentists Make. His premise is simple. As he says in the introduction, “We can learn from our mistakes. But isn’t it better to learn from other people’s mistakes?”
The hygienist’s role in practice growth
The hygienist’s role in practice growth
A properly run hygiene department can account for 25–35 percent of the general practice’s production total.
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Living above your means
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Living above your means
Based on his extensive experience with dentists in the past 30 years, Dr. Roger P. Levin has authored a new book entitled The 31 Biggest Mistakes Dentists Make. His premise is simple. As he says in the introduction, “We can learn from our mistakes. But isn’t it better to learn from other people’s mistakes?”
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not setting goals
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not setting goals
Based on his extensive experience with dentists over the past 30 years, Dr. Roger P. Levin has authored a new book entitled The 31 Biggest Mistakes Dentists Make. His premise is simple. As he says in the introduction, “We can learn from our mistakes. But isn’t it better to learn from other people’s mistakes?”
5 essential staff training strategies within the dental practice
5 essential staff training strategies within the dental practice
By the same token that you deserve success, your team members deserve the proper, ongoing training that will enable them to contribute to that success.
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not crafting a new patient experience
The biggest mistakes dentists make: Not crafting a new patient experience
If you haven’t created a compelling New Patient Experience, you’re making a mistake that could prevent you from building lasting relationships with patients you’ve worked so hard to attract to the practice.