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Posted by The Dental Marketer on June 21, 2017

#68 The Blueprint to Opening Your Own Dental Practice with Dr. Ragini Singla and Moki Goyal

 

 

Do you have dreams of opening your own practice and don’t know where to begin? Getting started on becoming a dental practice owner can be overwhelming–especially if you are working full-time as an associate. Maybe you’re in the beginning stages or need help planning.

 

This week’s guests can show you how to make your dreams reality, with the least amount of headache.

 

Dr. Ragani Singla is the owner of Floss NYC, a successful practice located in the heart of New York City.

 

Her husband, Moki Goyal is the founder of Practice Blueprint, a company designed to help you in every step of opening your own dental business.

 

This episode is refreshing and exciting to hear if you’re thinking about opening a dental practice from scratch or taking over an already-existing practice. It contains a ton of useful information that you’ll want to hear with your team so you can implement some of their techniques.

 

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

  • 0:26 Opening Announcement: I’ll be attending The Business side of Dentistry Course this Friday, June 23, 2017, in San Diego. The course is about how to build a profitable dental business. Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS and Doug Fettig, MBA, CPA will be there with expert tips on growing your dental business. They’ll teach you systems you can implement in your hygiene department and give you a blueprint to accelerate your practice growth. You can get 6 CE credits for attending the course.

I’ll be podcasting at the event and can get you and your team in for FREE. All you need to do is shoot me a message at michael@thedentalmarketer.site.

  • 2:50 Have you checked out my blog lately? There’s a great article on how to market to your local post office and many other articles on ground marketing for your dental business. Also, be sure to follow me on Instagram to join the Dental Marketer Tribe.
  • 6:50 Dr. Ragini Singla gives us her background of going to dental school, working in a busy 20-chair practice in New York City, and her dream of starting her own practice.
  • 9:00 Moki Goyal is Ragini’s husband and comes to us from the tech space. He does website development and video production. He managed the team who built the online education platform, Edulance.
  • 9:42 Moki and Dr. Ragini have created an online course called Practice Blueprint. It helps dentists start practices by providing everything you need to know.
  • 10:30 Why the most difficult part of starting Floss NYC was making her own brand out of an already-existing practice.
  • 12:45 How to trust yourself and be the dentist you want to be.
  • 14:45 Practice Blueprint is a course that maps how to go from being an associate to being a dental practice owner.
  • 15:50 Two things that plague new dentists: Not knowing what to do, and the fear of failure.
  • 17:45 How Practice Blueprint got started.
  • 19:12 How to deal with the distrust dental patients have when they walk through the door.
  • 21:12 Consistency is key.
  • 21:52 Improving the diagnosis process system.
  • 23:16 How to sell Invisalign without being salesy.
  • 28:41 How to improve patient experience and how to communicate with other staff when the patient is present.
  • 31:21 How Ragini runs productive daily team meetings.
  • 31:48 Ragini discusses the one thing she’ll never do again and why other people’s advice didn’t work for her.
  • 33:13 How to overcome mistakes.
  • 35:00 Trusting the entrepreneur and dentist within yourself.
  • 35:45 Do things that fit your personality to avoid skeptical patients.
  • 36:25 What should daily staff meetings consist of? Ragini tells us her method and why she prefers to schedule them in the afternoon instead of the morning.
  • 40:22 Why the iTero Intraoral Scanner is the best thing Ragini has implemented to make a profit in her dental business.
  • 44:17 Moki suggests creating goals that the whole company can follow, so you don’t have to build the wheel every time you need to make a decision.
  • 46:25 Details about Practice Blueprint and how it helps dentists with the entire process of becoming a practice owner.
  • 48:38 Afterthoughts: Talking to Ragini and Moki was as refreshing as a glass of iced tea on a hot day. Be sure to read the latest blog post and email me at michael@thedentalmarketer.site if you want to get in free to The Business Side of Dentistry Course this Friday, June 23, 2017, at the Hilton in Mission Bay (San Diego).

 

 

 

 

3 Main Ideas

 

Make Your Own Brand

 

Dr. Ragini Singla advises dentists to be true to themselves when building a practice. She says to make your own brand and don’t be afraid to say when somebody else’s system is not working.

 

It comes down to trusting yourself and to not be afraid to make mistakes. You can build a great system and practice if you figure out what works for you and your patients.

 

Like she says, “You have to figure out what dentist you’re going to be. You don’t want to be the next great dentist who works down the street. You want to be the next great version of yourself.”

 

 

How to Sell if You’re a Dentist

 

Ragini and Moki shared how to sell the high-ticket product, Invisalign. They say to educate the patient by showing them intraoral photographs and then talk to them about the problems of having misaligned teeth. When they see and understand the consequences, they will come to you for help on how to solve the problem. Then you can present the solution.

 

This is one of the best ways to sell anything because it allows the buyer to feel in control over the purchasing decision. It is an organic way to sell without being too salesy.

 

She said that telling patients that she’ll gather the payment from insurance pockets before theirs, and informing them about payment plans relieves them and helps build rapport.

 

 

Improving Patient Experience is Key to Building a Profit

 

Ragini says that if you treat patients like family members, they’ll trust you and profit will become secondary. It’s not that profit doesn’t matter. It only means that if you focus on treating the patient well and doing the right thing, it will pay off.

 

It’s all about improving the patient experience and having strategies and systems in place. When patients know you care about them and not only about numbers, it will build trust, and they will feel more comfortable.

 

A very special thanks goes to Dr. Ragini Singla and Moki Goyal. Thank you so much for joining me on the show!

 

 

Resources of The Week

  • Dental Practice Solutions’ Event: The Business side of Dentistry Course Friday, June 23, 2017, in San Diego. Email me at michael@thedentalmarketer.site for free admissions for you and your team.

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by The Dental Marketer on June 17, 2017

#67 Finding Better Coping Mechanisms with Dr. Alan Mead

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Do you have a good way of coping with the pressure of being a dentist? For many dentists, the stress begins in dental school and continues throughout their career.

 

This week’s guest, Dr. Alan Mead, is the co-host of the Dental Hacks Podcast and large Facebook group, the Dental Hacks Nation. He’s a fellow dentist, owning a medium-sized practice in Saginaw, Michigan.

 

Alan shares his personal story of his addiction and amazing recovery. He also gives us some excellent advice about life and being a dentist.

 

This week’s episode is jam-packed with insights to dentistry and life in general. You won’t want to miss Alan’s inspiring story, so tune in and enjoy!

 

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

  • 1:06 Opening Announcement: I’ve had questions asking how people can be a part of the Dental Marketer Tribe. The Dental Tribe hangout is on Instagram. Sign up for my exclusive newsletter or follow me on Instagram.

I share tips and strategies for your dental business, and you’ll see some of my personal life as well. Also, have you gotten your free personalized report to see how many new patients you should be attracting weekly? It will help you determine if you are on track to grow and profit with your dental business.

  • 2:52 My valuable advice to dentists: Market to the right people and focus on a niche within dentistry.
  • 3:41 If you’re not targeting this group of people, you could be missing out.
  • 6:10 Introduction. Alan gives us his background of being a father, husband, dentist, and podcaster. He also discusses being a recovering drug addict and being chairman of the Michigan Dental Association’s Care and Wellbeing Committee.
  • 9:12 Alan talks about running the practices four days a week and podcasting most nights.
  • 14:02 How Dental Hacks began from his love for podcasts.
  • 16:05 How he met his podcasting partner, Jason Lipscomb.
  • 19:35 Alan talks about his latest podcast, the Alan Mead Experience, and the Dental Hacks Facebook group, Dental Hacks Nation.
  • 23:05 He discusses the pay for dentists and why he’s satisfied with his job choice.
  • 23:40 Why dentists today don’t like being dentists.
  • 24:48 How his practice still does well, despite him spending most of his mental capacity on podcasting.
  • 27:05 How his podcast is popular because they are regular guys.
  • 27:20 He loves the basics when it comes to dentistry: Drilling, filling, and billing.
  • 29:50 Freedom from debt makes it possible to do fun things.
  • 31:41 The one technique that increases profits for him: Dental microscopes and he’s obsessed with them.
  • 33:37 When you show people their teeth in HD live video, they are blown away. Alan talks about the best microscopes to buy for the task.
  • 39:23 Alan discusses the one thing he’d never do again: Use drugs and alcohol to cope with the stress of being a dentist.
  • 46:08 His personal story about addiction and how he broke through to the sober life.
  • 51:14 Alan discusses two primary coping mechanisms dentists can do instead of drinking and drug use.
  • 54:00 Why dentists need to be money-wise with their purchasing.
  • 56:12 Alan’s $12,000 purchasing mistake.
  • 59:20 Consultants and who is coachable when it comes to implementing change.
  • 1:02 Why you should seek fulfillment from places other than dentistry.
  • 1:04 Alan mentions his favorite podcasts.
  • 1:06 Gives information on how to join the Dental Hacks group on Facebook.
  • 1:08 Closing. I have a special question for my listeners: What podcasts do you listen to? Message me on Instagram and let me know which are your favorites!

 

 

3 Main Ideas

 

Don’t Seek Fulfilment

One of Dr. Alan Mead’s best pieces of advice was not to seek fulfillment in your career, and that includes dentistry. It’s possible to run an excellent dentistry practice and have outside interests at the same time.

 

He says that careers come and go, and to have another source of fulfillment. That could be your family, a hobby, a fun side-gig, or volunteer work.

 

It’s the expectation that often leads to disappointment. When we don’t expect as much from our careers, we can be more satisfied and happier in life.

 

 

Find Another Coping Mechanism Other than Drugs and Alcohol

Alan shared very personal details of his drug addiction while practicing dentistry and discussed his road to recovery. He says that his addiction began with alcohol in dental school and that drinking is very prevalent among dentists.

 

When you face pressure in your career, it’s good to seek alternative ways to cope with the stress. Alan suggests exercise and talking to a friend.

 

 

Be Careful About Your Purchasing Decisions

You’re most likely bombarded with advertising as a dentist. You want the best equipment for your practice, but you feel pressured by sales staff and other factors.

 

Luckily, the internet makes it possible to see product reviews and other information. Alan suggests doing your research on the web before you buy. Don’t be swayed by what a salesperson tells you, and be skeptical of all advertising material.

 

A very special thanks goes to Dr. Alan Mead. Thank you so much for joining me on the show!

 

 

Resources of The Week

Dental Hacks Podcast

Dental Hacks Facebook Group

The Alan Mead Experience

Michigan Dental Association’s Care and Wellbeing Committee

Contact Dr. Alan Mead at Info@dentalhacks.com.

 

 

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Posted by The Dental Marketer on June 10, 2017

#66 Building Multiple Dental Practices on Proven Systems with Dr. Mark Costes

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You have a dental practice you’ve built from the ground up. It’s going well, and you’re ready to add on to your operation, but how do you get there?

 

Dr. Mark Costes owns ten practices, is the founder of an extensive network of dental assistant schools across the U.S., and travels the world to educate dentists on how to reach their full potential.

 

He created his coaching company, Dental Success Institute to help dentists increase their revenue while working in their passion. He’s also a fellow podcaster over at Dentalpreneur.

 

Whether you’re ready to take your business to a multi-operation, or just want to hear what it takes from someone who’s currently doing it, you’ll want to listen very closely to today’s episode because you’re in for at least three major eye-openers.

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

  • 1:10 Opening Announcement: I’ll be attending the Dental Practice Solutions’ Event Friday, June 23, 2017, in San Diego. The event is a course on how to build a profitable dental business, and they’ll teach you simple tools you can implement to maximize the potential of your practice. Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS and Doug Fettig, MBA, CPA will be there with expert tips on growing your dental business. I’ll be podcasting at the event, so come and say hi!
  • 4:13 Introduction. Mark gives us his background of his first business as a lunch truck caterer and how it took him three years and 21 attempts to get into dental school. He also talks about his practices, the Dental Success Institute, and his Dentalpreneur podcast.
  • 7:16 Mark talks about how he had to overcome learning disabilities and restructure how he absorbs information to push through to success.
  • 9:45 How his lunch catering truck experience far outweighed an MBA school program in terms of learning business knowledge.
  • 10:35 How his first business taught him tenacity, grit, and how to stick to it.
  • 12:07 Finding Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich at the age of 16 was a turning point that sent him on a journey of personal development, finance, and entrepreneurship.
  • 13:57 Why reaching his goal of a million dollars profit did not make him happy and why he sold the majority of his practices.
  • 16:42 How he created the Dental Assisting School Company to earn passive income.
  • 17:28 The idea caught on with other dentists and now has 186 school locations in 40 states.
  • 17:50 Having systems in place makes life less chaotic, even though he has much more happening today than in the past.
  • 18:19 Talks about systemization and gives valuable 8-Point Patient Experience system.
  • 19:28 Mark talks about being very intentional with finances.
  • 20:22 Why the E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber is like Mark’s bible.
  • 22:46 Discusses staff-dependence vs. system-dependence and which one you want to have.
  • 24:20 The one thing Mark would never do again: Duplicate a location without systems in place and without getting overhead down to 50% or less.
  • 27:57 Why some people are successful at having multiple practices, and some are not.
  • 29:00 How to find good employees and how to determine whether you have a staff problem or a leadership issue.
  • 31:23 Why you should limit negative people and surround yourself with positivity.
  • 32:40 Mark talks morning routines and mentions Hal Elrod’s The Miracle Morning, and Hal’s guest appearance on Mark’s 6-Figure Side Gig Podcast.
  • 36:32 Closing
  • 37:06 Afterthoughts: Mark’s morning routines are very intriguing. What is your morning routine? Do you wake up and rush to work or do you practice things like meditation in the morning? I want to hear. Message me on Instagram and let me know!

 

 

3 Main Ideas

 

  1. Having Tenacity and Pure Grit. Mark’s talking about having applied to dental school 21 times really hit home. It was interesting to hear him talk about his learning disability and how he just needed to restructure the way he learned information.

Had Mark given up on school or being a dentist, he wouldn’t have helped thousands of patients, dental assistants, and dentists through his practice, schools, and coaching programs. It was his perseverance and hard work that drove his accomplishments.

Too many times, we give up on our goals because of minor or major setbacks. Mark’s message is a good reminder to go after what we want and never to give up.

 

  1. Systems, Systems, Systems. It’s the reason why Ray Kroc was successful with McDonald’s and what all prosperous companies are built on. When you have good systems in place, you don’t need the most brilliant people on the planet to run them. Having systems means you can sleep better at night knowing that if a key employee leaves your operation, it won’t be detrimental.

Everything in your practice should run on a system: The front office, the back office, how you serve patients, the financials, and everything else.

Mark recommends making an operations manual of your entire practice. Having the operations manual plus keeping the overhead at less than 50% is the key to opening a second practice.

 

  1. Staying Positive and Having a Good Morning Routine. If you’re in practice or you are getting ready to build one, you probably already know the importance of staying positive. Mindset makes a big difference to whether you can enjoy your dental business at the end of the day.

Limiting negative people and adopting a positive mindset is one of the most crucial steps to reaching your goals.

Mark said he starts the morning with a large tumbler cup of water, meditation, and a green smoothie drink. Then he “marinates” himself in positivity by keeping a gratitude journal and doing something creative, like writing.

Do you have a morning routine you like to do? How do you start each day with positivity? Message me on Instagram and let me know.

 

A very special thanks goes to Dr. Mark Costes. Thank you so much for joining me on the show!

 

 

Resources of The Week

 

 

Mark Costes Contact Information:

Website: True Dental Success

Email at info@truedentalsuccess.com

iTunes at Dentalpreneur podcast

Hal Elrod’s Appearance on Mark Costes’ 6 Figure Side Gig Podcast

 

 

Mentioned Books:

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill – free on Amazon.

E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber and E-Myth Revisited Audiobook.

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

 

 

 

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Follow me on Instagram or Facebook and improve your dental practice every day!

 

 

Quotes for Social Media:

Facebook:

“One of the biggest things that has led to our success in the practices and increased the profitability of the practices is really keeping a very close eye on the cash flow and overhead in the practices.” – Mark Costes

 

Twitter:

“You have to surround yourself with people that have your best interest at heart, and that will give you honest answers, and that are successful.”—Mark Costes

Posted by The Dental Marketer on June 7, 2017

#65 How to Cultivate Employees that Drive Sales with Kevin Henry

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Have you considered how your team members influence customer satisfaction and affect your bottom line? If your dental assistant is unhappy, it can reflect on your entire practice, costing you sales and tarnishing your reputation.

 

Can a dental assistant affect your profit? The answer is a resounding yes.

 

Today’s guest is someone who understands the role of dental assistants, and how they can make or break your practice.

 

Kevin Henry is the co-founder of Ignite DA, an online community that enlightens, engages, and empowers dental assistants to help them have better careers.

 

Tune in to this week’s episode to find out how to create a dream team that will make customers smile and increase your bottom line.

 

Today’s Resource: The Dental Insurance Skills Training Course

In this week’s episode I want to shareTeresa Duncan of Odyssey Management, Inc. Teresa and her team are dedicated to educating you and your employees about dental insurance. They will bring everyone up to speed on everything from terminology and benefits to effective patient conversations and how to deal with claims. Is everyone on your team knowledgeable about dental insurance? If not, you might want to enroll in Teresa’s exclusive 4-hour course.

Enter the discount code, dentalmarketer50 to get $50 off the Dental Insurance Skills Training Course!

 

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

  • 1:00 Which book should I read next: Zero to One by Peter Thiel or E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber? Message me on Instagram and let me know!
  • 1:52 Learn about today’s sponsor, Teresa Duncan, and the Dental Insurance Skills Training Course.
  • 4:35 Introduction of today’s guest, Kevin Henry
  • 6:06 An interesting background of Kevin’s career from Managing Editor of Dental Economics Magazine to co-founder of Ignite DA and how he loves his current project.
  • 7:15 Kevin discusses his 2016 partnership with Dr. David Rice, the sister-company, Ignite DDS, and the goals of raising up young dentists and dental assistants.
  • 10:20 The entire team needs to know your numbers in the office to know how to meet the goal.
  • 11:50 What to do if you’re afraid to share your sales numbers with your team.
  • 13:25 How to get your team invested in the success of your business.
  • 14:20 A discussion on mutual respect.
  • 15:05 How to address issues before the customer senses the discord.
  • 15:35 How to create a safe-zone for employees to talk about ideas.
  • 17:17 Addressing the “Me” Culture.
  • 20:10 Creating a solid mission statement for your company’s culture.
  • 22:26 How to deal with employees that drag everyone else down.
  • 23:30 The one thing dentists should not be open about when talking to employees.
  • 26:37 Are you doing a good job of accompanying patients from the back office to the front office after the appointment?
  • 27:30 How to stop the high turnover rate of dental assistants.
  • 32:50 What Ignite DA does to bring dentists and their assistants together successfully.
  • 35:28 What you know (or don’t) about state requirements will either get you into trouble or grow your profit. Go to DANB for dental assistant state laws.
  • 39:00 Closing

 

3 Ways to Develop a Dental Practice Culture that Thrives

 

  1. Run your practice like a business. It’s stressful for everyone involved when your profit is slipping, and your customer will probably sense it too. Your business is not only about you, the dentist, but about the dental assistant, the hygienist, and the front office too. If everyone is aware sales are dropping, they will be more inclined to pull together and help as a team.Get everyone involved in the company by having open communication policies. Form regular “morning huddles” to discuss sales numbers, ideas, and anything else that might be an issue. A free communication zone might be just what you need to solve problems and make your business grow.

Get everyone involved in the company by having open communication policies. Form regular “morning huddles” to discuss sales numbers, ideas, and anything else that might be an issue. A free communication zone might be just what you need to solve problems and make your business grow.

 

  1. Dental assistants are one of the most important aspects of your practice. If you treat them well, you could have a thriving dental business. Disrespect them, and your practice could fail. No one wants to be stressed as they go to bed each night or dread facing another day at work. People yearn to enjoy the place they work and the people they work with.

One way to make your team feel great is by offering a simple thank you. You could thank them for getting the room ready for the next patient, or give appreciation that they come to help you with your business every day. A small amount of gratitude will go a long way and remember, customers can see whether there is good office rapport. Showing clients that your practice is a happy place will convince them to sign up for the next appointment.

 

  1. Develop a great company culture by incorporating a mission statement and sticking to it. Post it on the wall and have everyone memorize and live by it. It’s the best way to discourage any “me” culture from forming.

Like Kevin says, “If everybody is just in it for themselves only, then that’s something that can tear a business or practice apart in a heartbeat.”

When you have employees that feel good about where they work, they will become invested in making your operation a success.

 

Resources of The Week

 

  • Kevin Henry’s online community to empower dental assistants – Ignite DA. Contact Kevin at kevin.henry@igniteda.net.

 

  • Website to find out more about state dental assistant regulations – org.

 

  • David Rice’s continuing education company for dental students – Ignite DDS.

 

 

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Thank you for listening to The Dental Marketer Podcast. If you enjoyed it, please share with anyone you think will gain value from the show by clicking on one of the sharing tabs above.

Also, please consider leaving an honest review of TDM on iTunes. It helps other listeners find the show, and I would be forever grateful.

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Follow me on Instagram or Facebook and improve your dental practice every day!

 

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The entire team needs to know the numbers in the practice. They need to know how production is doing and they need to know if they’re falling behind goal. Because then the entire team is not only invested in what they’re doing right, or what they could be doing better, but also the success that they can all share together when they hit those goals.” -Kevin Henry of Ignite DA.

Posted by The Dental Marketer on May 30, 2017

#64: Remarkable ways how your patients can instantly give you great reviews with Stuart Faught

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Reviews, reviews, and reviews! The one thing that can make or break ( or at least put a HUGE dent into your practice) your dental practice. Some times we obsess too much over reviews and sometimes we care too little about patient reviews. Well, we are here to tell you that they are EXTREMELY important and should be strived for every single day! In this episode we talk all about reviews and how it may be easy to ask for them in the moment, or even throw a prize winning contest for the best review BUT are you attacking every single possibility out there? Listen as we mention many methods and scripts on how to increase your Yelp, Google, Facebook,or even your own websites reviews!

 

We also dive into the myths we hear on a day to day basis about Yelp (or other third party websites), myths like: “Is it true that you have to pay Yelp to get the negative reviews down?” We talk about what is a good goals to set in order to start seeing some real BIG major changes in your new patient flow and overall practice’s credibility and reputation, because if you have a bad reputation in your community, then you need to combat this immediately… or move!

 

Stuart Faught has been in dentistry for quite some time now and started off as an employee in Dentrix, from that point on he made many connections with dentists, specialists, and consultants. Time after time, many successful consultants told him reviews played a key and major role when it cam to increasing the success in a dental practice. Not too long after that, Stuart left Dentrix and started his journey with Patient Snap! Automated systems often send too many texts and bother patients.  Only you and your staff know when patients want to receive correspondence and how.  When this opportunity does present itself, it needs to be simple.  From your personalized Patient Snap dashboard, you can simply enter your patients phone number that you already have on file and our system will automatically generate links to your most valuable review sites:  Google, Yelp & Your own website.

 


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AND…. for $100.00 OFF FB IGNITE CLICK THIS WHOLE SENTENCE! 

Go take a look at FB IGNITE and thank them for supporting the show BUT also take a look and see how easy it is to attract new patients through Facebook with this new course.

Dr. Anissa Holmes will LITERALLY be by your side the whole time! So click the link above or below to look at more information, testimonials, videos, and see if this is something you want!

FB IGNITE DENTAL FACEBOOK MASTERCLASS

or visit: www.deliveringwow.com/tdm


 

STUART FAUGHT’S LINKS:

Patient Snap Website

Stuart Faught’s Linkedin

 

THE DENTAL MARKETER LINKS:

FACEBOOK

TWITTER

INSTAGRAM (you can talk to me more 1 on 1 here)