Dental Practice Growth and Leadership Summit.mp4

Dr. Steven Rasner | “Six Steps To Total Practice Success!” Overcoming obstacles like the pandemic is nothing new to Dr. Rasner. He started his practice in one of the most economically distressed towns in the country and grew it to…

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Dr. Steven Rasner | “Six Steps To Total Practice Success!”
Overcoming obstacles like the pandemic is nothing new to Dr. Rasner. He started his practice in one of the most economically distressed towns in the country and grew it to over $4,000,000 in annual revenue – during a financial crisis! His ability to convert someone from “just pull it Doc” to a comprehensive care patient is nothing short of extraordinary.
While Dr. Rasner sees plenty of “normal” patients in his practice, he also focuses on larger cases where patients pay up front. In 2020 Dr. Rasner topped the $5,000,000 mark and had his best year ever!

Dr. Mitchell Josephs | “Word of Mouth is the Sound of An Empty Office!”
Dr. Josephs is the founder of a hugely successful dental practice that very well may be the ideal model for the post COVID-19 world. With just three chairs, 750 square feet, and a 28 hour work week he is producing and collecting over $2,000,000 annually with an overhead under 50%!
Dr. J is also a self-taught media guru who has developed some amazing ways to get free practice-growing publicity. He’s been featured in his local newspapers and TV news segments along with appearances in Dental Products Report, Newsweek, The New York Times, and Men’s Health, and for the past year has had local TV stations talking about his practice non-stop!

Dr. Paul Etchison | “Communications Hacks for the Low Stress, High Production Practice!”
Dr. Etchison is a practicing dentist in the south suburbs of Chicago. A visionary leader, he combines marketing and business knowledge, clinical excellence, and leadership skills to continually grow a thriving practice. He started from scratch and collected over $1,000,000 his first year and quickly took it to $3,500,000, out of five treatment rooms!
Dr. Paul takes over 12 weeks vacation per year, nets well into the seven figures, and what most dentists would consider the ideal stress-free life

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