Lisa Moler joined Justin and Mike Freimuth when they were staying at the Moody Casa in Scottsdale, Arizona this past weekend. They spend time chatting about the dental publishing world, advertising opportunities with MedMark Media and, after a healthy dose of vodka, Mike waxes poetic on the Arizona landscape. Always a fun time whenever Lisa Moler drops in!
In 1981, Owens-Illinois, the 6th largest glass plant in the world, closed its doors. What followed was a domino effect of failed businesses, staggering unemployment and a devastatingly bleak economy. That was the year after Dr. Steven Rasner opened his practice in the same town. Regrettably, since that time, Bridgeton, NJ has remained nationally ranked for its unemployment, poverty level and lack of growth.
During this same period, Dr. Rasner has nurtured a private, fee-for-service practice that commands fees in the top percentile in the nation. It grosses over 4.1 million per year on a four-day workweek with a “two day per week” associate and a “substantial bottom line.” His team of 16 has been with the practice an average of 16 years. Dr. Rasner takes an active roll in his community and received a Congressional Recognition Award in 2000 for his civic contributions.
Dr. Rasner has published multiple books, including: The Protocol Book; The Art of Getting Paid; and The Bullet Proof Guide to the Extraordinary Practice.
Check out his website at www.realizingthedream.com
Unbelievable episode!! During the latest trip to Seattle for Implant Pathway Session Three, Justin had the opportunity to sit down and discuss mentorship with Drs. Lisa Arthur and Erin Elliott. Jennifer Frame, RDH also joined in on the discussion. Justin recently provided a week long office mentorship to Dr. Arthur's practice. Erin Elliott recently completed Implant Pathway's Sessions 1-3. After discussing mentorship, everyone also managed to stress Tegan out. Listen to the whole episode to find out who Tegan is and why she got so stressed out! Cheers!
Dr. Lisa Arthur earned her undergraduate degree from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1997. She continued her studies at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey where, graduating at the top of her class, she received her DMD (Doctor of Dental Medicine) in 2002. Finally Dr. Arthur completed a postgraduate general practice residency in New Jersey at Morristown Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Arthur’s memberships include the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, Washington State Dental Association, American Academy of Craniofacial Pain and The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.
Check out her practice's website at http://www.arthurdentalgroup.com
In our final interview from the Voices of Dentistry Podcast Summit 2018, we go out with style! Our guest this episode is none other than THE Tarun Agarwal, DDS— commonly known as T-BONE! He came all the way from Boston, Mass. to be with us in Scottsdale, Arizona.
On this episode, Justin and T-Bone are joined by Mike Freimuth, Randy Houska and Gabe Olson (who is still standing at this point, which is amazing). In it they go into a bit of banter back and forth before going into details about a charity campaign that will ultimately raise $50,000 for a charity of Sully Sullivan's (from the Millennial Dentist) choice, in exchange for shaving his head! More details on that to come.
Unfortunately, this podcast came to an abrupt halt mid-way through because someone touched the record button and paused recording, unbeknownst to everyone. Yes, we're amateurs. I guess that's always a danger of drinking on the job! Anyway, please enjoy what we have recorded from this podcast and definitely check out T-Bone's podcast, T-Bone Speaks, if you haven't already.
Justin, Gabe and Mike Freimuth had a chance to sit down in the Productive Dentist Academy's "Pathogen Lounge" at the Voices of Dentistry Podcast Summit 2018 from Scottsdale, Arizona. In this episode, they go into details about how big of an effect germs and bacteria have on Implant Dentistry. We also witness the steady decline of Gabe's vocabulary as the podcast wears on.