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The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast

By Dr. Drew Byrnes

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The Fee For Service Dentist Podcast is a podcast where dentist and dental professionals come together to share their best ideas on how to grow high quality dental offices. With the rising tide of corporate dentistry and dental insurance companies, FFS dental practices are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Tune in as Dr. Drew Byrnes interviews everyone from industry leaders to average FFS dentists in your own backyard to find out what works for them and what he can do to keep his own practice FFS for years to come.

Customer Reviews

Great podcast

Very interesting even though I listen to this podcast from a perspective of a patient. I wasn’t born in the US and came from Russia in my 20’s. So I’m still getting used to US pricing on dentistry. I had several appointments at regular office, one root canal in specialized clinic (NJ, premolar $1100). But getting all services done at Rutgers Dental School from then on. It’s usually at least 1/2 price of regular dentist. Though I’m the future, for any major work done aka crown, implant, surgery, which would cost several thousand of dollars. I’m planning to buy ticket to Russia and have that work done there. There are great specialists and it would cost me fraction of the price I’d get charged in the US. Even with the plane tickets and time I’d have to take off work. There are many reasons why dental services in US priced the way they priced, I understand that, but I also don’t want to pay 3000 for a crown.

Thank you dr drew!

The discovery of this podcast was transformative for me. As a practicing dentist of over 15 years who owns a larger practice, this has become my therapy. The candor of the doctors is so tremendously helpful to get you through the dark days of ownership, and the growth and business strategy is not only inspirational, but more valuable than all of the money I have ever spent with consultants. I am finding it also helpful with my growth as a leader and owner.
I have been transitioning my practice from a small practice that I bought 4 years ago for $180,000 into this year a 1.8 million dollar single doctor practice. We do not advertise and the growth was incredible, but not without a slew of difficulties which was overwhelming. I have spent the past year changing my team, reimagining my culture and systems and dropping all insurances. It’s been so hard but podcasts and the fb forum have been so helpful. We can’t do all of this alone. I hope the next 6 months sees me working smarter and not harder!!!

Thank you for all that you do!!!!

Has a lot of potential!

It’s a good podcast and I like Drew as the host. Very likable guy. I think the podcast has a lot more potential than what it’s doing now however. He has on great guests that could provide so much more, if done in more long formats (a la Tim Ferriss, Joe Rogan, etc format). The problem with these 30 minute podcasts is by the time you do the background info at the beginning and the obligatory “what do they offer the listener” stuff at the end, there is really only 5-10 minutes of actual content in the middle. That’s just not enough time to harness enough actionable information. Just some constructive feedback for what looks like a really promising podcast!

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