Wow! We just want to say thanks to everyone for listening…we cant believe we are releasing our 20th episode! We have been thrilled with the feedback from everyone so keep it coming!
In this episode we gather all together to talk about the state of the podcast and where we are at personally in our dental practices since we started back 6 months ago. We had a great discussion on sleep apnea, how Peyray is killing it and where we see the podcast going.
The plan is to take about a month off and really gather good content, hear from you and get your feedback, and frankly enjoy some time away from editing! Please be in touch and share with your friends! We will see you in August!!!
Virtual consults, test-drive makeovers, and personal branding have all been huge parts to Dr. Brian Harris’ early success! Although he isn’t a millennial he is leading the charge in the progressive ever changing landscape of dentistry. For instance, turning the idea that you can’t have a practice built on 25-35 year olds upside down!
Dr. Brian runs a practice in Arizona specifically designed around Smile design and Smile Makeovers! He works about three days a week and lectures and teaches on the side. You can check out his website at DrBrianHarris.com to find out more about his style of practice and the courses he offers!
Ultimately, this episode boils down to finding ways to love what you do. Figure out what your goals are and work backwards. Life is too short to grind it out. So set up your practice the way you want and work smarter not harder! Check out our website Millennialdentist.com.
Special thanks to Matt Winstead the Vice President of Oral Arts Dental Lab out of Huntsville, AL for driving up to Nashville to do a podcast about working with the lab. It was also great because we happen to get a surprise guest from Tbone himself who also happened to be in town. Peyman and Oral Arts have had a great working relationship and all three of us agree that there is more to working with your lab then just sending them a script!
When was the last time you visited your lab? When was the last time you called them to discuss a case? As a new dentist the lab can be a great asset for not only making you a better dentist, but also making your life easier! In this episode we discuss all this stuff as well as the future of dentistry in regards to using dental labs.
We want to take a moment to thank everyone for listening! Please spread the word and remember to work smarter….not harder!
After meeting up at the “Voices of Dentistry” in Nashville earlier this year, we knew we had to sit down with Danny Domingue. As far as we were concerned we hit it off and loved what this guy had to say about implants and being a badass young dentist. We were also a couple fireballs deep with the Dentists, Implants, and Worms crew so that might have had something to do with it being so memorable!
This interview reminds me more of a fireside chat then an interview! We dive into the pathway to placing implants for a new grad, importance of continuing education, the future of implant dentistry, and a bunch of other random interesting stuff. As the youngest diplomat ever for the American Board of Oral Implantoligists, Peyman and I were just trying to extract info!
Danny is currently the President of the membership committee for the AAID, owner of a practice in Lousiana, and does a good bit of teaching on the side. You can see more about his bio on his website. He has a two day course coming up November 10th and 11th that I am planning on going to so check it out! Also follow him on instagram at @implantdiplomate and join the facebook group Implants in Black and White.