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Tanya Brown, DMD

Tanya Brown, DMD

DENTIST  |  AUTHOR  |  SPEAKER  |  CONSULTANT “I realize how fortunate I am to do what I love every day. Helping others to be successful and realize their dreams is what it’s all about!” ABOUT DR. BROWN: Dr. Tanya Brown is a senior consultant, author and speaker but first and foremost, she’s a dentist who fulfills her purpose and passion for serving people through dentistry. After earning her DMD from the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, she founded The Center for Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry in 2001. She is one of a select group of dentists (1% nationally), who

Don’t Hold Me Back!

Don’t Hold Me Back!

By Teresa Duncan, MS, FADIA, FAADOM - I recently spoke with a group of associate doctors about recurring conflicts in their office. My first question to them was “How does your manager handle the issues?” Surprisingly, they commented that in their practice of four doctors and four hygienists, not one employee was designated as the manager. The job of leading, refereeing and motivating was split between the doctors. In theory it sounds great that they all are empowered to handle issues and employees. However, their reality is very different. The doctors had started out with good intentions by having open and

Let’s Do The Lowers

Let’s Do The Lowers

By Janice Hurley and Matthew J. Kormylo, DMD -  Click the photo above to watch a short video analysis of lower anteriors. Video Recording for Increased Treatment Acceptance and Optimal Results THE IMAGE EXPERT'S POINT OF VIEW: Perhaps in your experience, you have had patients who are eager to restore their upper anterior teeth, yet delay or never restore their lowers. They focus on the aesthetics of their upper teeth, because they see the need whenever they smile in the mirror or look at family photos. We all respond to the visual; that's why letting your patients see for

Emerging Technologies in Healthcare

Emerging Technologies in Healthcare

Anti-aging is one of the fastest growing categories in the personal care/healthcare market, and is expected to grow at a rate of 7.8% between 2013 and 2019. The industry is projected to be worth an estimated 192 billion dollars by 2020.* With baby boomers now old enough to collect Social Security, they’re using their political influence and accumulated wealth to lead the battle against the effects of aging. With many Americans finally beginning to put more emphasis on a healthy lifestyle we see many new innovations to support their pursuit. Whether the motivation is simple vanity

Evidence Based Dental Marketing – Part 3

Evidence Based Dental Marketing – Part 3

By Mark Dilatush & Howie Horrocks -  If you are reading Part 3 without the background of Parts 1 and 2, or if it’s been a while since you read the preludes to this article, you may end up somewhere between partially to entirely confused. You can find Part 1 in the February edition of The Progressive Dentist, or online here and Part 2 in the May edition or online here Part 1 was about the two halves of the dental market, the characteristics of each half, and what type of expectation you should have if you promote to either





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Evidence Based Dental Marketing – Part 3

Evidence Based Dental Marketing – Part 3

By Mark Dilatush & Howie Horrocks -  If you are reading Part 3 without the background of Parts 1 and 2, or if it’s been a while since you read the preludes to this article, you may end up somewhere between …

How to Avoid Social Media Burnout and Keep Your Practice Ahead of the Pack!

How to Avoid Social Media Burnout and Keep Your Practice Ahead of the Pack!

By Rita Zamora, BDS ~  Has your Facebook feed lost it’s appeal?  Feeling like your Twitter isn’t interesting anymore?  Wondering how you’ll ever keep up with Google Plus?  If so, you aren’t …

Evidence Based Dental Marketing – Part 2

Evidence Based Dental Marketing – Part 2

By Mark Dilatush & Howie Horrocks - If you missed part one of this series, please stop reading this article right now. Skipping part one would be analogous to seating a restoration without isolation. You will …