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Jonathan AfshariWelcome to another episode of The Dentalpreneur Podcast. Joining us today is Jonathan Afshari.

Jonathan is a 2013 graduate of University of Texas in Houston Dental School. Prior to graduation he bought his first practice. Shortly thereafter Jonathan purchased another practice and built two more. By using a very intentional design he was able to accommodate 11 operatories into 2,900 sq. feet. Through self education Jonathan has made himself a master in profitability and decreasing overhead. With a dedicated work ethic of 12 to 14 hours a day and superior customer service he has been able to build a lucrative practice using service driven marketing. Jonathan and I discuss how his relentless pursuit of lowering overhead, design element hacks and keeping his offices independent has made him a highly successful entrepreneur in the dental profession.

All of that and more on today’s episode of The Dentalpreneur.

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • Why time dedicated to self education can pay off exponentially
  • How to create buzz and use word of mouth for marketing success
  • Why you should re-negotiate your expenses every year
  • How to determine the absolute expense of a procedure
  • Why watching the metrics for each office, every month is the best management tool for multiple locations

Special thanks to Jonathan Afshari for taking the time to speak from his busy schedule to speak with me on today’s show. Thanks to you for joining us on another episode of the Dentalpreneur podcast.

If you enjoyed today’s episode and would like to hear more incredible ways to improve your practice, join us for the 4th Annual Dental Success Summit 2016 on April 1st & 2nd, 2016 at the Scottsdale Resort in Scottsdale, AZ. Early bird tickets are still available at www.DentalSuccessSummit.com.

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