As we say “goodbye” to 2022 and ”hello” to 2023, it’s the perfect time to reflect on your business practices and resolve to make positive changes for the coming year. New Year resolutions are a perfect way to help you and your team become even more motivated, adaptable and creative to meet the business challenges of the coming year and prepare for a successful 2023. But what key resolutions should be top of mind as you reflect back on the economic ups and downs of last three years and look ahead to develop goals, strategies and solid business opportunities that will help grow your practice in 2023? 

 

Join our esteemed panel of experts in this CE webinar as they offer their three pillars of success for the New Year. Dr. David Rice leads the discussion with panelists Drs. James Klim, Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, and Josh Austin on their focus for improving their practices in 2023. With more than 50 combined years of experience leading successful dental practices, their advice focuses on honing leadership skills to further motivate practice team members, tapping into new business-building opportunities for next year, and a lively discussion on the exciting new products and technologies they view as solid investments to build the bottom line.

Dr. Rice
Founder of the nation’s largest student and new dentist community, igniteDDS, Dr. David Rice travels  the world speaking, writing and connecting today’s top young dentists with tomorrow’s most successful dental practices.  In addition to igniteDDS, Dr. Rice is editor-in-chief of Dentistry IQ and leads a team-centered, restorative and implant practice in East Amherst, NY.  With 27 years of practice in the books, he’s trained at The Pankey Institute, The Dawson Academy, Spear and most prolifically at the school of hard-knocks.
Dr. Klim
Dr. Klim is an internationally recognized speaker, author, manufacture consultant, beta tester, and educator of biofunctional and aesthetic CAD/CAM dentistry.

Graduating Summa cum Laude, valedictorian, from Loma Linda University in 1984, Dr. Klim has been awarded high academic recognition by the Alpha Omega Fraternity and the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Society and has received the Prince Award from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry.

Dr. Klim is a Fellow in the Academy of General and an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Currently, Dr. Klim has a full-time restorative practice in Santa Rosa, California, and is founder and director of the Klim Institute (CAD/CAM training center), and directs the Klim Institute online CEREC training (Cadstar.tv).
Dr. Maragliano-Muniz
Dr. Maragliano-Muniz was a dental hygienist before earning her DMD from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and her certificate in Advanced Prosthodontics from UCLA School of Dentistry.  She is the editor-in-chief of Inside Dental Hygiene and is on the Editorial Advisory Board for AEGIS Dental Network.  In addition, she a faculty member at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, maintains a private practice in Salem, MA . She is an international lecturer and is extensively published.  Her passion for prevention has stayed with her throughout her career and in 2010, Dr. Maragliano-Muniz was awarded the 2010 Adult Preventive Care Practice of the Year by the American Dental Association.
Joshua Austin
Joshua Austin, DDS maintains a full time restorative dentistry private practice in San Antonio, Texas. He is an editorial director and columnist for Dental Economics focusing on dental products and technology. Dr. Austin lectures around the country to study clubs and dental meetings about these topics along with online reputation management and social media. Dr. Austin is a graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School and spent five years post graduation as faculty in the Department of Restorative Dentistry. His approach to his "Pearls for your Practice" column is a fresh approach in today's commercial driven dental journalism. When you read a "Pearl," rest assured that you are getting an honest evaluation of a product, which was used by Dr. Austin in clinical practice on a patient.

Primary among the resolutions they proffer for the new year is for dentists to adopt a self-wellness attitude. Staying mentally and physically healthy, they believe, is key to being better leaders and servants to your dental team and most importantly to your patients. Keeping mentally healthy also helps you deal positively with the challenges of economic uncertainty and develop strong processes that keep you and your team flexible, creative, and able to adapt to a changing economic environment. 

Looking ahead to 2023, the thought-provoking panel discussion turns to business strategies and best clinical practices for success in the new year. Top most on the minds of panelists is what technologies, materials and processes will best help them streamline clinical procedures and increase practice efficiencies to bolster the bottom line.

 

  • Is the future of clinical dentistry 3D printing in the practice?

  • Will 3D printing overtake milling as the most efficient and flexible means to produce final clinical products or will the two work side-by-side? 

  • Which restorative materials offer the best clinical outcomes for indirect long-term success and profitability?

  • And what are the must-have technologies these panelists advise dentists to invest in next year to improve the accuracy and clinical efficiency of their practices?

 

These questions and more are tackled by the panelists as they offer advice and strategies to help you plan for 2023.

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