Confusion is the Killer of Case Acceptance
with Dr. Paul Goodman
1. Systems to get your day started on the right “nacho foot.”
2. Nachos will be dropped. How to deal with them?
3. Talking to patients about money is the queso of your Dental Nacho World and no one teaches you to talk about queso.
4. Clinical and financial confusion is the killer of case acceptance. Create a streamlined approach to case presentation.
Meet Your Instructor
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.