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Dental Practice Transition 2nd Edition PDF

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Dental Practice Transition: A Practical Guide to Management, Second Edition, helps readers navigate through options such as starting a practice, associateships, and buying an existing practice with helpful information on business systems, marketing, staffing, and money management. Dental Practice Transition 2nd Edition PDF

  • Unique comprehensive guide for the newly qualified dentist 
  • Covers key aspects of practice management and the transition into private practice 
  • Experienced editorial team provides a fresh, balanced and in-depth look at this vitally important subject
  • New and expanded chapters on dental insurance, patient communication, personal finance, associateships, embezzlement, and dental service organizations 

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The Writers

Dr. David Dunning has provided management consulting services for many years. He has been on the faculty of the College of Dentistry, University of Nebraska Medical Center, for more than 30 years, teaching and conducting research in behavioral science and practice management. In addition to developing the practice management curriculum, Dr. Dunning has helped many students transition into private practice–start-ups, associateships and practice purchases. Dr. Dunning served as a leader in ADEA’s Section on Practice Management in various roles for many years.

Dr. Brian Lange has developed a real estate business and provided counseling/consulting services for many years. He has been on the faculty of the College of Dentistry, University of Nebraska Medical Center for more than40 years, teaching and conducting research in behavioral science and practice management. Dr. Lange has served as an officer in ADEA’s Section on Practice Management and is the current Councilor for the Section.

Proportions of Dental Practice Transition 2nd Edition PDF

  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ 1119119456
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Wiley-Blackwell; 2nd edition (September 6, 2016)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 528 pages
  • International Standard Book Number-10 ‏ : ‎ 9781119119456
  • International Standard Book Number-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1119119456
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 2.14 pounds
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 7 x 1 x 10 inches
  • Best Sellers Rank: #808,640 in Books

Reviews From Customers

Dr. Alice Miller Was First
October 27, 2018
First of all, he mentions everyone and everything except he huge body of pioneering, ground breaking work by Dr. Alice Miller, a German doctor and author who produced her evidence in her 1980’s book “The Body Never Lies”. She alone was the first to say we attempt to silence our childhood trauma’s by addictions yet that they remain trapped in the body until shared with a credible, listening, compassionate witness. Toward the end of his book, Bessel states this exact sentence without credit to her. He also states “after three days of yoga so-n-so began to feel better” bc she moved her body around. I’ve been an athlete all my life and was unable to heal until Dr. Miller’s book, The Drama of the Gifted Child, came into my life. Bessel has no new answers for experiencing trauma, mostly bc he himself has never gone through anything remotely traumatic. Dr. Miller, abused as a child, is the reason we now look to our childhoods for the causes of our adult problems today. She advocated for making parents responsible for the trauma they inflict on their children and while Bessel does mention girls’ lives after they’ve been abused by fathers and brothers, never once does he wonder WHY and WHAT would make a father sexually abuse his daughter or WHY a brother would sexually use his sister. NO ONE has ever looked at THEIR mental states !! Bessel acts like that part is normal but the girls’ attempts at a healthy life after childhood abuse in the dark by their family is interesting and worth study. Much rather someone study the depraved men and boys who sleep with their daughters and sisters! Society never mentions them though, ever. I’m glad I didn’t go all the way to Boston to hear Bessel; I’m way ahead of the game having read every book by Dr. Alice Miller years ago.
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Be forewarned. Discussion of lab cruelty to animals.
December 3, 2018

Probably an excellent book but he talks about the research done on defenseless dogs trapped in a cage that are repeatedly shocked. I am a dog/animal lover and this is such an atrocity. When will this cruelty stop? 😢
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If you are a sexual assault survivor, skip this book
June 13, 2021

At no point was I prepared to open this book and amongst the first pages be slapped with a sob story about a Vietnam vet who admitted to murdering children and raping a young girl in retaliation for losing fellow soldiers on the crap show battlefield that was Vietnam. This ruined the entire book for me, and I have been made aware that there are better books out there for people who actually have PTSD and anxiety, and do not sympathize with a murdering rapist.

And side note: at no point in history or future will the murder and rape of innocents be justifiable, even in foolish wars.

Sydney Dees
I don’t sympathize with rapists…
December 5, 2019

The first few pages of this book talk about PTSD and want you to sympathize with a man in the military who raped someone. It’s really hard to read the book and agree what the author is saying when they’re trying to get you to feel bad for this guy and his family. Kind of discredits the whole book in my opinion.

Jay Hennessey
HEAVY – Great read, but HEAVY
June 11, 2018

OK – so this is really a 4 or 5 star book, but I need to make sure any future reader is ready for the level of discussion — this book is NOT for the faint at heart.

As a retired veteran, I was intrigued on the topic; especially in light of so many teammates who are struggling, and a suicide rate that is off the charts. I was eager to learn more and hopefully be better armed to talk with friends. That said, so much of the life trauma discussed in this book was regarding children who had been abused. Some of the sections were really HEAVY.

In the end, I felt like I had a better appreciation for a range of things:

– A better understanding of how rampant Psychological Trauma is, and the wide range of events that can cause it.
– A better understanding of the treatments available as well as the history and progress for treating psychological trauma.

I recommend this book to anyone interested in helping people who struggle and are interested in a deeper understanding of the causes, the struggles and treatments.
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Please buy this book and start loving your life
September 24, 2016

Of all the non-fiction books I’ve read, this is by far the best one ever. I grew up in a tough way. Lots went wrong. My brother and I believed we were unwanted and we had plenty of evidence to back up our sentiment. We suffered shared abuse and individual abuses of every kind imaginable. When I became an adult, I subscribe to the concepts of people like Rush Limbaugh and drove around listening to his radio show proclaiming that there is no such thing as post-traumatic stress disorder. I believed I could gut it out, that the past was the past and that only weak people needed to talk through their problems. I believed only losers behaved badly as adults due to anything in their childhood or past and that claiming you were affected by any past problem was a crutch to allow you to embrace failure. Frankly, for a time, that approach worked for me. I got married, had some great children (still have them thankfully), built a company. But it didn’t take too long until it all came crashing down. And, when it did, I spent nearly 1.5 decades down. The anxiety that was always in my throat and chest was, to put it mildly, a distraction. It’s very hard to be kind to people, to focus on your work, to love others when all your power is spent trying to pretend you don’t feel like s***. When you can’t sleep because your heart is beating so forcefully that the entire bed is vibrating – at least it feels that way – you not only lose the joy of sleep, but you feel hopeless and miserable and even more so when you’re not able to understand why you feel this way. When you see everything you have go away and can only occasionally find the strength to take care of yourself and your business and need others in your life to carry you from time to time (much to your embarrassment) and yet you think you’re smart and capable and have no understanding of why you are where you are, life becomes a slog. You trudge through it wishing you were dead or that something would kill you even if, like me, you’d never kill yourself. Literally, when I was a believer, I went to bed every night and my prayers went something like this, “Dear Jesus, please have a bus run over me. I will never kill myself but I’m miserable. Please let me die so my family won’t hate me for killing myself but so that I can stop hating the sun coming up. In Jesus name, Amen.” If you’re like I was (and it’s hard to tell you how I was and hold the tears down even now), this book will help you change all that. It will describe in detail what you’re going through and it captures so many of those subtleties as to make it absolutely amazing. For the first time, I don’t have depression (and I don’t take pills). I don’t have anxiety (it still bubbles up on occasion but using mindfulness, it goes nearly as fast as it comes). My life is pointed in the right direction, my business future is hopeful, my love-life is stabilizing, I know I’ll no longer lose friends. I’m finally on track to getting what I want in every area of my life from women to money to friends and deep connections with my family. While I can’t attribute every part of my success to this book alone as it takes many things to get where you want to go (mostly you), I can absolutely attest to the power of this book. If you’ve suffered any sort of major and/or persistent trauma in your life, please buy (and read) this book. You will one day thank yourself for doing so.
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