Having had the advantage of more than 60 years in dentistry, I’ve had an opportunity to see the long-term differences that result from different attitudes about what it means to have a “successful practice.”
Before we can talk about a “successful” practice, we need to get a perspective on what we mean by “success.” For more than 50 years I have been actively involved in postgraduate dental education. As of today, more than 50,000 dentists have been exposed to The Concept of Complete Dentistry® curriculum.
We have been able to follow the progress of many of those dentists through an Alumni Association, focus groups, study clubs, and personal observation. The stated purpose of The Dawson Academy is to “make good dentist even better” so we are passionate about helping dentists achieve real success. We are also very realistic in recognizing the differences in those who make it and those who fall short.
Download my whitepaper to learn:
- What is success?
- What do successful dentists do (and don't do)
- The biggest mistake dentists make
- What we have learned
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