Dr. Mark Hyman Management & Leadership/Treatment Planning Format: In Person Greensboro, NC


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  • Private practice
  • Adjunct Full Professor, University of North Carolina Adams School of Dentistry, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Listed as a "Top Leader" in Dental Continuing Education by Dentistry Today Magazine since 2001

Friday Courses
Fr204A - Team Track Morning
Time: 10 AM - 12 PM
Room: Omni, International Ballroom C
Type: Registered    Handouts: Yes
Dentist Fee: $45.00  Other Fee: $45.00
AGD Code: 550

Janice Hurley

10 - 11 a.m.

Your Image, Your Brand, Your Success

What does it take to have your patients see you in the best light? There is no
denying that things have changed in dentistry and you have to keep up. Learn what
it takes to put your best foot forward, how to make the first and lasting impression
of your practice be the best. Learn about the science of body language, verbal
skills and the power of visual impact. You will look at your social media footprint
and your brand through your patient’s eyes. Participants will walk away feeling
inspired by the power of choice to impact their practice success.

 

Dr. Mark Hyman

11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

A "360 Slam Dunk" Guide for Successful Teams: Practice Enhancement

Change is inevitable – growth is optional. In this fast-paced, ever-changing world, dental teams must commit to taking a serious look at every aspect of the practice. Learn how to diagnose, devise a treatment plan and deliver optimal care. Enjoy this fun-filled, dynamic seminar and supercharge your practice today!

 

 

Saturday Courses
Sa227 - Seasons Change ... and So Did I! Successful Practice Transitions in an Unpredictable Dental World
Time: 1 - 3 PM
Room: Omni, International Ballroom C
Type: Registered    Handouts: No
Dentist Fee: $45.00  Other Fee: $45.00
AGD Code: 550

After a 40-year journey in dentistry, starting as a 19-year-old volunteer dental
assistant to a 59-year-old veteran of real-world private practice, how does one
successfully and predictably transition a beloved practice, long-time patients,
bulldog-loyal teammates and one’s identity to a young superstar? Review and
imagine how the three key phases of a practice transition can be mastered:
Integration into our team, integration into our existing patient family and integration
into our community. Attend to laugh, cry, learn and begin this wonderful process.