One of the hardest parts about running a dental practice is keeping a consistent revenue stream coming in month after month.
Some months you might do great.. And the next month.. Not so much.
This often leads to an incredible amount of stress and lost productivity.
Of course, you can always ramp up your marketing and referral efforts, but sometimes that’s just not enough. Fortunately there are other ways to ensure the lights stay on while staying sane.
Today I’m excited to share my conversation with Dr. John Montoya, owner of two successful practices and founder of Boulder Dental Design the Elm Savings Plan.
I think you’ll find our conversation full of actionable insights you can take today to help improve your practice.
Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode:
- How John was able to double the production in his practice.
- Why having a patient savings plan can make all the difference for you and your business.
- The power of “passive income” and how to create more revenue streams for your dental practice.
- The best way to simplify your marketing and advertising efforts..
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A special thanks to Dr. John Montoya for sharing his insights on how to build consistent and reliable revenue streams for your dental practice. The more revenue streams you have coming in the more time you can focus on the big picture items that will really make a difference for you and your business.
As a bonus today John has offered a significant discount on his Elm Savings Plan.
“Everything trails down to your finances.” – Dr. John Montoya
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