Here's the second part of our two-part interview with Dr. Jennifer Lopez. And if you haven't listened to the first one, be sure check it out by clicking HERE.
It's a brand new season for TBone Speaks and we're so excited to get on with the new sets of interviews out to our listeners. After 25 episodes in Season 1 that was really packed with great guests and experts in the field, I'd like to shift Season 2 to get a different perspective coming from newbies and not so known folks but have been successful.
In this first episode, I have Jennifer Lopez. Not the star, obviously, but Jennifer Lopez, the dentist. We've had a great time in this interview and considering that it took us about 2 hours chatting non-stop tells you how much we enjoyed the conversation. So be sure to listen to part 1 and part 2. Enjoy.
On today’s episode we have been asked in what cases can a 3D CBCT been used to produce a Panorex and if it is necessary to capture the condyles to be consider a Panorex.
On today’s episode we have been asked about the correct procedure when wanting to bill medical for CBCT Imaging.
On today’s episode we talk about how can Sleep Apnea be diagnosed and treated, and also our role and permissions as Dentists to work in this field.
On today’s episode we explore some of the causes that could be leading to implant failures.
PPO insurances covers functional Dentistry, but what can we do when we do also offer a more aesthetics and master's level work and we do not feel rewarded with a fair fee?
Often people are skeptical about new products and recommendation,but it is important to always take a look and listen to the message with open ears and open eyes. Today I will talk about this and share my personal experience.
On today’s episode we have two question. The first one regarding the Icon Infiltrant Resin, and then one question about occlusion changes after using sleep appliances.
Collaboration between General Dentist and Specialists is important. On today's episode we talk about three characteristics I look for on a specialist to improve our patient's care.
It is said that Sirona has a closed platform, but on this episode I will talk about why I consider Sirona a semi-closed platform and how to integrate it with other equipments.
Today we talk about how to integrate CEREC guides with different implant systems.
In our previous discussions, we've seen the role of the front desk or customer service and how they impact our overall dental practice. Today, we're going to take the limelight and put our hygiene department into the spotlight.
Our guest for this episode is Rachel Wahl. Rachel has over 25 years of solid experience as a hygienist and she's with us today to share her secrets and tips on how to get your team back to work with you and your practice's goal.
On today’s episode we talk about the cameras that we use in our practice and why and how we take pictures.
Today we introduce some questions to consider when buying a Cone Beam that will help you to select the most appropriate for your practice.
Whether you agree or disagree, your front office team can make or break your dental practice if you neglect the very important role they play in your business. So in today's episode, I've brought in Laura Hatch to help you (and me) really understand and harness the power of a motivated and effectively managed front office team.
Laura is a Dental Office Manager in San Diego, CA and the founder and owner of Front Office Rocks, a training resource developed for dentists who need specialized training for their team on all aspects of the front desk.
We are back! And on today’s episode we have been asked about how to, with PPO fees, offer High Quality Dentistry utilizing technology. We will define High Quality Dentistry and what can and can’t be done with PPO fees.
Dr Rich Rosenblatt joins us today in this interview that was recorded straight from room 1406 of Westin Hotel in Chicago.
Here is the continuation of our discussion on the five types of insurance. If you have not listened to the first part, be sure to check it out as we've covered some pretty essential insurance information that you ought to know.
On today’s episode we have been asked about the necessary equipment for those who are wanting to start treating Sleep Apnea.
Insurance is probably a topic that will bore many of you out there, but if you've been through what I've personally experienced, you'll probably be more attentive because insurance is important. And I can't emphasize that enough. So in today's episode of TBone Speaks, we have a two part episode where we're going to discuss the five types of insurance and why you should consider having them for your health, personal, business, and even property. I hope this episode will help you make the right choice and the right attitude towards insurance and insurance agents.
On Today’s Episode I will explain the procedure we have in our practice to take and edit photographs, as well as the software we use and the way we add those pictures to the patient’s chart.
There are several option when it comes to having the materials to place implants. On today’s episode we go through some of them.
Today, our listener tell us he is burnout. How we can be less busy?, Why we don’t want to do dental-related learning? And also a way to adding more services are all some of the topics that we talk about today.
I have never seen a dental practice grow with a one man band. It's just not possible. It's suicide. So today, Chuck and I will share with you our personal experience and some tips on why you should (or should not) have an associate. I'm a strong believer that growth comes with delegation. It's a skill that can grow your practice and buy you the time you need, but at the same time help your associate grow as well. Getting an associate is no easy job. To many, it's actually a challenge, but hopefully not a stressful one. So today, we'll talk about the ins and outs, and the five things you should know about having an associate.