Archive for July, 2009
One of the first steps was to contact Tim Jones, Zone General Manager, Gene Bost and Jay Barringer, Equipment Sales Specialists, from Henry Schein Dental when we decided to find a location large enough to fill our requirements for our new office,” notes Dr. Ross Nash, co-founder of the Nash Institute for Dental Learning. “We […]
Doctors Rich Rozensky and Don Ilkka review some of the details of their Laurel Manor Dental office, located in The Villages, Florida. This office is the latest in a series of four, opened through the combined efforts of the Doctors and Sullivan-Schein’s team of specialists.
A decade ago when I told my wife, Debra, that I wanted to sell the practice we had built in Rhode Island for 22 years and move to Maine, she was stunned. Since the economy in our area had stagnated, it was becoming harder to have the kind of practice that I found rewarding.
Have you ever wondered how some practices thrive while seeming to work in a sea of calm? Why do some practices seem to obtain a disproportionate return for the amount of energy they put into their efforts? How does it happen that certain practices successfully gravitate to only highly profitable cosmetic dentistry procedures?
For years, we begrudgingly used our older, film-based pan machine. It was a pain to use, and then there were the processing problems.