Tag Archives: 2nd opinions

Stick to Your Guns – Believe in Yourself

Nope… this isn’t a post about guns. I’m writing about staying true to yourself and believing that your services have real value.  Yes, there are people… even many people… that make their dental decisions based on low fees.  The problem … Continue reading

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Pulling Fellow Dentists Out From Under the Bus

This week’s schedule was literally cleared for my dad’s long overdue full mouth reconstruction.  I’ll eventually post a case presentation, as it’s a “doozie!”  I spent four full days treating only my dad.  But, I did squeeze in some emergencies … Continue reading

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Don’t Throw Your Colleagues Under the Bus!

Yesterday I spent close to an hour with a new patient consultation.  She was referred to me by my family’s pediatrician.  This patient is in the midst of extensive dental treatment by another dentist.  She is very nervous about dental … Continue reading

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