Host Kira Dineen interviews Dr. Lori Trost on building cohesive dental teams along with some advice on maximizing diamond burs.
Dr. Lori Trost has organically created and maintained a high performing restorative and preventive-based practice in the Greater St. Louis area that promotes a practical, innovative, and efficient team-based approach to patient care. She is also an accomplished dental educator who received her dental degree from Southern Illinois University, School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Trost is a Shils Foundation recipient from the ADA for Leadership, has been named once again as a Leader in Continuing Education by Dentistry Today, and has also been named as one of the “Top 25 Women in Dentistry” by Dental Products Report. Dr. Trost enjoys offering post-graduate courses to dentists and their team members drawing from her extensive private practice experience that emphasizes restorative dentistry and cohesive teams.
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Dr. Steven Katz is interviewed by our host, Kira Dineen, about practice management and the insight he has gained from the challenges of building his own practice.
He lectures nationally about practice building and management, which we discuss on this episode. As a full-time practicing dentist, he is fully aware of the trends and challenges that other dentists are experiencing. His published his first book in 2014, “They Didn’t Teach Us THAT In Dental School”, and he won First Place in the Speaking Consulting Network’s “Spotlight on Speaking” competition. He was also named “The Best New Speaker in dentistry at the Madow Brother’s TBSE event in 2015. Dr. Katz is a graduate of Columbia College (Business and Finance) and the Washington University School of Dental Medicine. He completed a two-year GPR at North Shore University Hospital and continues there as an attending dentist.
On This Episode We Discuss….
Dr. Katz’s story of losing, then rebuilding his practice
Steps dentists can take to unite their team
Aspects of a successful initial phone call with a potential patient
Approaches to make a patient feel comfortable on their first visit
Increasing emotional intelligence to be attentive and sensitive to emotional effects of dental conditions
How dentists and hygienist can save patients’ lives through oral cancer screen
Join us for our next episode on October 1st with key opinion leader, Dr. Frank Milnar discussing cosmetic dentistry and heated composite. Look forward to new episodes on the first of every month, as we learn and discover the latest advances in dentistry.