Reminder! Tonight Is My CNBC Appearance!

This promo is hot off the presses!  I’m pleasantly surprised that they kept some of my comments (that I was sure would end up on the cutting room floor)!

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4 Responses to Reminder! Tonight Is My CNBC Appearance!

  1. Waneta Chenault says:

    I am a HUGE fan of yours! I just watched your video and cheered for you! I LOVE the Ultradent VALO LED curing light you recommended a while back! Investing in so many things due to your awesome videos and recommentations….I am striving for the type of restorative dentist YOU are, and trying to be a “beacon of light” to those who feel they can’t open a practice on their own or have to suffer at a “cattle call” mill dental mart….if they treat others as they would like to be treated, they will succeed! My practice follows you often, and I’m a big fan of yours on DentalTown. We “Little Warriors” really appreciate your sharing all the pearls of dentistry you’ve discovered, and have taken the unselfish, considerate time to share these with those in our profession who truly care about our patients’ best needs.

    • The Dental Warrior says:

      Wow! Thanks for the very nice compliments. Stay true to yourself, and you’ll have no regrets. Best wishes!

  2. David says:

    I’m glad they didn’t make you look like a crazy person…I was skeptic when you announced you were doing an interview a while back as I thought they would be making this a sensationalist piece of a crazy dentist.

    When I saw the guy with the second amendment tattooed on his arms I was thinking you were being set up for “Crazy Gun-Toting Dentist”. I’m glad they remained objective.

    Great job.

    • The Dental Warrior says:

      Thanks, David. While I was skeptical, I knew that I was capable of being interviewed without giving them any “ammunition,” so to speak. There was nothing I would say, or did say, that could have been twisted. This wasn’t my first rodeo with the media. 🙂

      They were objective, but they asked the tough questions. But, it was having control over myself, my emotions, and using LOGIC and REASON that kept me out of the “loony” category.

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