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Episode #380: Don’t Wait So Long to Do This, with Dr. Rob Ritter [Video]

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Episode #380: Don’t Wait So Long to Do This, with Dr. Rob Ritter

Creating a successful practice of your own is a long process, so the sooner you get something right, the more beneficial it is—don’t take so long to start improving your practice! To help you learn from past mistakes, Dr. Rob Ritter joins Kirk Behrendt on today’s episode. Bringing along a wealth of knowledge, Dr. Ritter explains his personal journey with building multiple practices, what he should have done differently, and why you should learn from his examples. To find out why you shouldn’t wait to improve your practice, listen to Episode 380 of The Best Practices Show!

Main Takeaways:
Stand up for where you want your practice to go.
Know what you’re good at, and refer out everything else.
Patients know when you’re trying to sell them something.
You can train skills, but you can’t train a personality.
Don’t compromise on your health.
There’s no shortcut to greatness.
If there’s no joy in it, don’t do it.
If you want to do something, do it.

00:00 Introduction.
03:13 Dr. Ritter’s background.
05:24 Dr. Ritter’s journey.
12:09 Making mistakes while figuring things out.
15:10 Standing up for yourself.
17:02 Dependence on insurance for a new practice.
18:27 Complimenting Dr. Margeas
23:56 Communication challenges within the team.
25:25 Treating patients well
26:41 Hiring problems and the Great Resignation.
32:27 Training.
37:54 Future of Dr. Ritter’s team.
41:31 Keeping an eye on your health.
45:20 Education in dentistry.
46:36 The Protocol course.
56:34 Reaching out to Dr. Ritter.
57:22 Final thoughts.

Reach out to Dr. Ritter:
Dr. Ritter’s Facebook:
Dr. Ritter’s Instagram: @drrobritter
The Protocol course:

Dr. Ritter Bio:
Dr. Robert Ritter grew up in Palm Beach prior to attending Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine. Practicing since 1994 and logging more than 200 hours of continuing education per year, Dr. Ritter is an extremely proficient doctor of restorative dentistry. He has had the opportunity to research, write, and publish several articles on adhesive and cosmetic dentistry in several professional publications, including Practical Periodontics and Aesthetic Dentistry (PPAD), Signature, Spectrum, Dentistry Today, DPR, Contemporary Esthetics, and he is on the editorial board of PPAD, as well as Spectrum, The Journal of the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and The Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry.
Dr. Ritter is an editorial board member of REALITY, a publication to keep dentists up-to-date with advances in the products, techniques and research of esthetic dentistry. He is a product consultant to numerous dental manufacturers, and has lectured nationally as well as internationally on cosmetic dentistry, adhesive dentistry, porcelain veneers, and restorative implant dentistry.

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