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Start Your Dental Practice

In every episode, we aim to demystify the “how to start a dental practice” problem by bringing on world-class influencers and consults in the dental industry to pick their brain about how to get past the barriers involved from no practice, to practice owner, to successful practice.
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Jun 7, 2017

One of the best parts about running the Start Your Dental Practice podcast is all the interesting opportunities that it has created for me, both personally and professionally.

I get emails and phone calls from listeners all the time sharing their successes, failures, and all the big things they want to accomplish. It’s such a great feeling and an incredible honor.

On occasion, some listeners will reach out in hopes of coming on the show and to pitch their latest product or service, but as you know, that would go against everything I believe here at SYDP.

However, sometimes I get a request from a listener who absolutely blows me away with their story and accomplishments, and that would be today’s guest Dr. Darold Opp.

Dr. Darold is a  now retired, former practice owner, who was able to see some great success over the years in the dental industry. He now spends his time helping other dentists get to where they want to go.

In our chat we cover a lot of ground, mistakes he’s made, things he did well, and why creating a family-friendly practice is one of the best things you can do.

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Here are a few things you'll discover in today's episode:

  • The unbelievable story of how Dr. Darold went on to became a dentist.
  • Why searching for shortcuts can actually hurt your dental practice, and what to do instead.
  • How Dr. Opp went from 500,000 in debt in 2010 to building a wildly successful practice
  • Why making your office kid friendly should be your number one priority.
  • How being creative can really set you apart from your competition.

And much more.

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Free Episode Bonus:

A special thanks Dr. Darold for coming on the show. I really enjoyed his approach on how to make your dental practice family friendly and think doing so can help your practice a ton.

Sometimes we get so caught up in our “bottom line” we forget about truly serving our patients.
As a bonus for today, Dr. Darold has shared his super in-depth powerpoint on how to build a successful practice. There are over a dozen gems that I know you’ll find valuable.

Click here to access bonus by just following the instructions.


Quotes: 

“If you want to be successful… Life is work.” - Dr. Darold Opp
“You have to be creative” - Dr. Darold Opp

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