We will focus on practical and actionable CE that will help a young dentist in school, residency or practice. This is the type of “stuff” that dental school ignores and is what truly determines your success and dental happiness level. You could spend years doing the “trial and error” thing or trying to pick the brains of multiple dentists OR you can invest in yourself and develop core dental muscles that you will need for your entire career. It’s never too early to incorporate truly useful tips and techniques since you are going to be doing these things tens of thousands of times.
One of a Kind CE Course
New Dentist Boost Camp 3 is slated to be a one of a kind CE course for for students, residents and new dentists with less than five years in private practice.
The 3 Pillars For Success
There are 3 components of every dentist that will determine their success in order of importance.
Confident Dental Decision Making
Effective Communication with Your Team & Patients
Executing Procedures in Smart Ways
Small for a reason
Limited to 20 Live Attendees
New Dentist Boost Camp 3 is deliberately being kept SMALL for MAXIMUM benefit for the 20 attendees. We want to create an interactive environment where you’ll be able to ask questions and dive deeper into topics when necessary – not to mention, make potentially lifelong friends.
WORDS ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT PART.
In addition to the MIND-WORDS-HANDS trifecta, we will infuse business, practice management and leadership principles that are essential to lead a team. We’ll also cover, the often neglected fact, that taking care of yourself along the way is extremely important.
Meet Your Instructors
Dr. Paul Goodman
While chief dental resident during his general practice residency and hospital fellowship at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Dr. Goodman received advanced training and also placed and restored 150 dental implants. He has been a faculty member for Hiossen Dental Implant Training Program for the past 10 years and has helped over 100 general dentists place their first dental implants. Additionally, he teaches dental residents at Albert Einstein Medical Center lecturing to dentists on placing and restoring implants.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Goodman has been practicing dentistry for over 10 years and works with his brother in two locations in Mercer County, NJ. Dr. Goodman has purchased three dental practices and shares his personal experience with retiring dentists in managing the expectations of their patients and team members during the transition process. He is the founder of Rising Dentists Study Club and Rittenhouse Consulting, LLC – both in Philadelphia.
Dr. Todd Fleischman
From diagnosing small cavities to complex, full mouth restorations, Dr. Todd Fleischman focuses on a patient centered, relationship based approach to achieving healthy mouths and beautiful smiles. He has learned that the best way to treat a patient is to listen, with time in his care beginning with a conversation about their expectations. He emphasizes the use of the latest technology and techniques in a state-of-the-art practice setting with a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Todd encourages a hassle-free, no pressure environment.
“I truly believe that honesty and predictability are the keys to providing my patients with comfortable, personalized dental care. By spending the dedicated time we need to educate and inform, our experienced and knowledgeable office team develops customized treatment plans based upon a patient’s wants and needs. This style of care is the way I always envisioned my ideal practice, giving us the ability to truly show our patients what we love to do.”
Dr. Fleischman received his undergraduate education from New York University, completing his studies with a bachelor of arts in psychology. Upon leaving Manhattan he settled in Center City Philadelphia, graduating from Temple University School of Dentistry with his doctoral degree. Beginning to establish his roots in southeastern Pennsylvania, Dr. Fleischman completed his post-graduate Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He is an avid student of comprehensive, evidence based continuing education including the Spear Institute in Scottsdale, AZ and the Kois Center in Seattle, WA. He is the owner of a private, fee-for-service restorative practice in the Rittenhouse Square area of Center City Philadelphia.
Rob founded his law firm, and has been serving the individualized legal and business needs of dentists, dental practices and dental service organizations for over 20 years. Rob has worked on hundreds of dental deals, ranging from practice start-ups to complex practice acquisitions involving multistate practice locations.
Rob focuses his practice on the legal and business needs of his dental clients, advising on the formation of business entities, practice start-ups and lease negotiations, buy-ins, partnership agreements, practice acquisitions and sales, employment matters, forming and structuring dental service organizations, operational issues, financing, real estate sales and acquisitions, general corporate and business matters, as well as non-compete litigation, partnership litigation, real estate litigation and other general litigation. Rob practices primarily out of the firm’s Philadelphia office.
Rob regularly lectures to a variety of dental audiences, including dental associations, study groups, dental students, and residents. Rob is a frequent speaker for Ideal Practices, a highly regarded national dental practice start-up consulting firm.
Yes, when you attend New Dentist Boost Camp 3, you’ll receive approximately 14 hours of content focused on the MIND-WORDS-HANDS trifecta, as well as business, practice management and leadership principles that are essential to lead a team. These could very well be some of the most impactful hours you’ll spend preparing for the future of your dental career.
Short answer: yes. Longer answer: yes, however we’ve specifically tailored the content to be most impactful for dental students and dentists in the first 5 years of their careers as we want to be able to instill this wisdom early on in one’s career. As long as you attend with an open mind this course has the potential to positively impact a dentist with 6+ years of experience.
Yes! This is one of the reason why we’ve decided to limit the number of attendees to 20. This is a round-table format, and we want this to be a highly interactive course so you can get the most benefit from your investment. We’ve also scheduled events where you’ll be able to interact with the rest of the attendees, Dr. Paul & the other presenters outside of the class room.
This is a common question we hear from dental students, and we totally get it. Many think CEs are above their heads or too burdensome to take on in addition to the typical dental school curriculum. But let’s be real, all dental school curriculums lack SOMETHING, and most dental students have more free time than we let ourselves believe. So instead of sitting back and complaining, now the time do something about it! So YES, attending New Dentist Boost Camp 3 absolutely is “continuing education” as you’ll be learning about topics that aren’t covered in most (any?) dental school. Most dentists will tell you “what you’re doing is really smart. I wish I did CE when I was in dental school.”
Yes! You will receive a certificate of completion for this course and you’ll receive CE for your attendance. Live stream & Recording attendees will receive CE also.