How to Survive in the Business of Dentistry

For better or worse, there are more dentists graduating out of dental school than ever before. Compared to only a few decades ago, the ratio of demand and supply has greatly tilted towards more supply and less demand. What this means, especially for young dentists, is...
219. Lessons from Dentistry’s Most Successful Entrepreneur

219. Lessons from Dentistry’s Most Successful Entrepreneur

Well-known dentist and founder of Southern Cross Dental Laboratories, David Penn, joins us in the Savvy Dentist Podcast today. I am so impressed by David’s business acumen and his ability to take something from other professions/industries and make them relevant to the industry he is working in.

David generously shares his story and experience in growing his dental practice straight out of university. What he did is so interesting and is just the epitome of perseverance and hard work. There is so much to learn from him, whether you are a new graduate or have been in the business for years.

214. Reflections on Practice Ownership and Life

214. Reflections on Practice Ownership and Life

In episode 214 of the Savvy Dentist Podcast, I have an interesting conversation with a good friend of mine, Dr. Ayesha Aijaz. Ayesha runs a very successful group of practices in Melbourne

Today, Ayesha and I talk about the life and leadership lessons she has picked up and learned over the last few years in her journey of growing and scaling her businesses and creating time in her life. I learned so much from Ayesha in this episode about leadership, decision-making, meditation, humility and so much more and I know you’ll feel the same after listening to this podcast.

211. Bridging The Gap with Dr Tom Giblin

211. Bridging The Gap with Dr Tom Giblin

My guest today is Dr. Tom Giblin and I’m very excited to have him on the program. Tom is a prosthodontist and he’s an educator and he’s known for both his clinical excellence and his ability to teach things in practical, simple ways.

Our conversation today is wide ranging – we covered a lot of ground, lots of different topics. What I’ve always really appreciated about Tom is his generosity, his willingness to share his openness as he discusses all the things going on in specialty practice and some of the trends that he sees that are going to impact, not just specialty practice but general practice as well.