News From The Wealthy Dentist #101 Dental Marketing Newsletter
Editorial: Jim Du Molin
If you haven’t done your due diligence in selecting a reputable dental lab, you could be held responsible for the quality of their products. This week, I’ll show you some of the forms the Ohio State Dental Board has developed for dentists and dental labs. The key is to be sure you’re giving your dental lab a full prescription. Plus, get your dental lab to tell you where the work is manufactured.
Click to continue…
Survey Results: Most Dentists Enjoy Dentistry
Two Out of Three Dentists Would Recommend a Dental Career
In our most recent survey, two out of three dentists reported that they would recommend a career in dentistry to their children or grandchildren. Specialists were significantly more likely to recommend dentistry, while female practitioners were far less likely to do so. “It is one of the most gratifying
and rewarding professions,” said one dentist, while another commented, “It’s better than digging ditches!” Click to continue…
Dentist Claims She Contracted HIV at South African Dental Clinic
Many Patients are HIV Positive, But Few Tell Their Dentists
A dentist in South Africa is asking the government to compensate her for in a 1996 incident in which she allegedly contracted HIV from a patient during a routine root extraction. She later tested positive for HIV, but her husband tested negative. However, since she did not report her puncture wound at the time, the government denied her claim. She is now appealing that decision.
Click to continue…
What’s on My Bookshelf
Seeing What’s Next by Clayton Christensen
Using Theories of Innovation to Predict Industry Change
This book tries to develop a methodology for outsiders to predict which innovations will be most successful. Change is inevitable, but learning how to predict it offers unparalleled opportunities for success. This book is primarily aimed at outsiders such as investors, analysts and consultants.
Want to get the book?