-Leadership development and courses
-How to lead and communicate with your team and patients
-Going against the grain: how soon can you start changing a practice after purchasing it
-For the entrepreneurial dentists: owning one extremely successful practice vs buying multiple practices
-How to smoothly transition a newly acquired practice and staff
-What to listen to/read/or courses to attend to improve the business side of dentistry
-Tools/tactics to make big decisions and go through big changes in life
-Corporate Dentistry: good, bad or neither
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Niles Guichet: Occlusion (order through Whipmix)
Dr. McClellan wanted to be a dentist from the age of 12 and worked for an Orthodontist growing up. He is a proud graduate of University of Missouri Kansas City Dental School class of 2010. He served as President of Psi Omega professional fraternity and participated in the Honors Oral Surgery Program. Dr. McClellan received a full scholarship for Dental school from the US Army.
Upon Graduation,Dr. McClellan attended a one year advanced education in General Dentistry Program. Through this program, Dr. McClellan received advanced training in oral surgery, root canals, implants, cosmetic dentistry and treatment of medically compromised patients. While fighting cavities for America, Dr. McClellan gained valuable experience treating patients with oral facial pain and patients in need of complex cosmetic restorative care.
“My passion is to bring people into long term maintainable health by taking more time to analyze patient’s desires and problems and to provide predictable cosmetic and pain free dentistry.”
Dr. McClellan is a scholar of the world famous Dawson Academy which allows him to treat complex bite problems. He has been selected as an Ambassador at the academy and dedicates time yearly to helping coach dentist to be complete care dentist. Dr. McClellan also believes in giving back to his peers by coaching and mentoring young dentist to achieve their goals. If we are all successful dentist, then we create a “win, win” situation for our patients and family.