NDBC5: Multi Practice Ownership and TAD Tips


With the access to information in this day and age, young dentists are becoming more and more eager to start their own practices and aim to own and manage multiple offices despite their circumstances such as student debt. In this lecture, you will get a glimpse of practice ownership and tips to be cautious of as you trek your journey.


NDBC5: Multi Practice Ownership and TAD Tips

This is a 1 CE credit Patient Relations, Communications, Management Course

Educational Objectives:
  • Understand the pros and cons of multiple practice ownership
  • Foresee potential roadblocks hindering growth and how to cope with them
  • Manage personal and professional expectations in order to manage multiple practices
  • Understand your strengths and weaknesses

Meet Your Instructor

Dr. Lewis Chen

Dr. Lewis Chen is a born and bred New Yorker and a graduate from New York University with a degree in Economics and a graduate from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine. After completing dental school, he continued to train at a veterans hospital as a General Practice Resident for two years where he focused on honing and developing his clinical skills in implants, full-mouth reconstructions, cosmetic, endodontic, etc. Because of his entrepreneurial spirit, he decided to pursue practice ownership on a whim shortly after residency with his business partners so he can focus on delivering a vision and mission that he sought for when he first committed to his passion for dentistry as an intern.

He is currently a practicing general dentist in New Jersey and manages practices both in New Jersey and New York. Outside of work, he enjoys keeping an active lifestyle because he gives him the opportunity to eat with no limitation but mainly because it is a direct reflection of his performance and focus.

Lewis Chen


Do I get CE credit?

Yes, you will get 1 CE credit after completing a quiz.

How do I access this course?

After purchasing, you will have access to a video recording of a live event.