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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

07:35 min | 9 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"And then i had square over here for like payments and credit card and marketing. And then i had when else and then they had a can tell dentistry. I was using zoom to do the taliban before that and so consolidate all that into one one vendor That's doing it right. And i was doing my own dashboard because i wasn't really wasn't willing to pay for another third party. Services like the trailing three four hundred dollars to do dash boarding. Kpi's and things like that and dench was a nightmare to pull your own reports on a printing pdf reports. Like you make a mistake yet. Go back and rerun. Apd off in so. It's just more intuitive and user friendly and all consolidated into one thing which is great so really quick is dentistry in care stack like. That's they have their own. I didn't even know that. Yeah yeah you could make virtual visits there can zoom chat like it's right right in there like an appointment like he's making an appointment called virtual visit. Okay yeah so you're right. It did kinda like take over the whole other softwares. You know what i mean. Yeah you're totally bill pay. The i did migrate. My imaging system too is we. Also they have a part imaging partner and so i moved. 'cause i need to do tell you need to move the imaging to the cloud and so And it just makes you so it. Frees you up because all you need a laptop or an ipad to get to it and so like i wanna move one day. We're in like a location. They've been at for twenty years. That doctor was on the you know the downward slope of his practice seating care that people knew wary was because he had enough people that just followed him because he they've been the appearance had been patients and stuff. I wanna move somewhere in. Having a cloud based software means. i can move wherever i want. I don't. I'm not tied to like all this. It infrastructure that supports. You know that supports this server based system. They used to have so. It's it's great. That's really good in the other. Part that i think's great from you off major is an in the didn't even market it and i i didn't even know actually no it was getting. This is like every two weeks have a practice. Coach comes on and send you a report and asks you helps you through it and see what could be causing so they'll say. Hey you know nationally. We're seeing these indicators. This is best practice your this. Let's see what's going on under the hood and they'll go in. They'll do. I then in the help you figure out. Is it something. You're doing wrong on the data entry side. Is it something you need to retrain a staff member on or is it just maybe need to look at doing something completely differently and so that is also super helpful and dennis out there pay for consulting all the time and that that little bit of help ongoing is great to have as a resource in there. The person you talked to i. When you have a problem with the software and good luck eating dietrich's you know tack to answer your questions. Yeah now. I get you an awesome. So then what are the last questions. Nathan is what's division from this point on then like so. You're you're doing your teaching dentistry. Have your own practice. Then you have your own software company. What is five years from now. If you're like this is exactly where i wanna be. What where is that. No that's awesome awesome question. I i i like to be five years out all at all times to be thinking three to five years down the road and i think we're we're we're at is that i'm The other doctrine. I maybe bring in one of our other other friends might be interested and we open a second location and relocate this practice so we want to move move this practice into a more modern facility end acquire will were startup. Greenfield a second location about twenty thirty minutes away so that we can run two offices that that's that's our goal in as far as the software goes and the consulting the consulting i can do as much as my bandwidth allows in that. I've been really lucky to have to find a couple. Good people to help me manage that in that. That's probably not going anywhere. But the software part that is where. It's real exciting. Because there's no solution like this in healthcare and so these other is other service providers at do skype type of work. Don't connect to the dental chart in their hip. The to pay for him. Compliance on them is one quarter of six thousand dollars to be compliant because they don't have clients compliant in so providing a service like this to allow teams to use. Modern software is really exciting. I'm really looking forward to Keep adding features on how it integrates with with care. Stack was right now. They're one of the three that we Integrate within it's it's been exciting so far working with them. Yeah that's gonna be excitement nathan. Thank you so much for being with us. It was a pleasure but before we say goodbye. Can you tell our listeners where they can find you. Yeah can reach out to me. At nason at dot com. Be happy to to talk to anybody. That might be interested in in that. If you're looking for tele dentistry help who free to Reach out to me on linked in nathan sooner on lincoln we've got a great website helier dot com and if you're looking for some tele dentistry resources. I put stuff on on the telephone industry website as well at access tele dentistry dot com. And there's some free resources on their interested in that awesome awesome so guys that's all going to be in the show notes below If you wanna reach out to nathan checkout helier checkup everything. He's talking about going. The show belong. Click on those links and nathan. Thank you so much for being with us was a pleasure and we'll hear from you soon. Bye thank you nathan. Thank you so much for being with me. We truly truly appreciating guys. Thank you so much for listening. Don't forget if you are interested in care stack as you know. They do sponsor this podcast so what that means. Is you get a free trial if you want to try him out no commitment no anything you can just try them out for about. I believe it's a fourteen days you can go on the show. It's below and and make sure how many days it is. But i believe it's fourteen days try amount. See if it's a right fit for you if you're like i love it. They're fantastic. I like what they're doing. And hey you get an exclusive deal with care stack. So on the sean it's below. Check out the exclusive deal. You'll get exclusive price and at the same time you also get a free trial right so if you just want to try them out if you've been hearing about them you're like let me see what the commotion is all about. Go ahead in the show below. Click on the link and try them out and if you love them you get an exclusive deal. Just make sure you mentioned the dental market podcast or just click the link in the show announced below a to find out more guys. Thank you so much for tuning in. I truly appreciate it if you want to. 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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

08:03 min | 9 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Four patients a week when demand is there for it in so she does recall using todd industry which means it's a hygiene only visit but she is able to profile the perio maintenance and then she's able to do the x rays and ticket interoil skin and then the next day i review all that and complete the exam and that's a form of telnet one form of talent industry. Gotcha got well. How do you. How do you do that talent. Show because like to you bill that and how you were able to bill for that procedure And so it depends on your state But the major insurance plans have all committed to tell it industry and If you're able to visit in your state legally your insurance company has insurance purity where they should be paying for it and so i can missouri. There's insurance parody law seeing if anything can be done. Virtually it should be reimbursed as Person so then. What's the most someone can get from that insurance wise in what's the what's like ethical rights. Should you be doing whatever your fee for service to. What if i'm fee for service I mostly fee for service so ethically when you do dentistry in any state you have to have a consent to do it. And so when a patient tries to book like for example october knows september was the end of august and september. Only three spots were available for hygiene checkups. You know in in the whole month of september and so what we did was the hygienist was able to find two other days to come in when dentist wasn't here to see more people and so we reached out to people are overdue and said hi. Would you like an appointment for hygiene checkup. Redo for your checkup. If they said yes we would say. Okay the first available appointment with dr shooter or alan Jenness is on is october for example. But if you'd like to come in earlier we have some convenient hours using held industry where you can come in. See tiffany only for your cleaning and you can have your exam done by reviewing your records. The doctor can just review your records using tall dentistry and some patients are like. Yeah someone scrape care cleaning. I just want to be convenient for me. And then you have some patients that would be like. Nah i wanna see the doctor and so they just don't get scheduled for that kind of visit and so that that's kind of an away to handle the patients that there are older patients that they have had like one or two old patient older patients. That would be like. I want him to pick on my teeth. At that's what i'm paying for like some people will say that We'll they're not good. Tell patients is not meant for everybody but you have the busy mom or the person who has a busy work schedule. Who is low risk and they just want to check ups a year and they want to get in and out and so the you would offer those visits and they're also about fifteen minutes shorter because they're not gonna wait on a dennis to come out from the treatment share income. Do the hygiene check. And so. that's kind of how you would handle that ethically going. They're still getting an exam. I'm still reviewing everything. I will have a group of dennis that we talk about this stuff. And i would say that they get a better exam when i can sit down without having to worry about my crown. Prep and my feeling patient in the other chair. And i'm able to sit down at my computer without distraction review all their records and many dinners collect all that information and a first visit in sit down and review all the records before they do a treatment plan anyways and then how the patient come in for console and so you can do a really good exam and there's lots of literature supporting the validity and the accuracy of doing virtual review of all the records. You have to train your hygienists and have relationship with them to answer to ask as many questions as possible to get that information as you to see more people at a lower cost. Yeah and you're not like panatta strain on your body there. You know what i mean like. You're you're right there. I like this. I like this a lot any Like for example companies that you've worked with in the past. I know you talked about the softwares that you're utilizing what are some of the best companies in worst companies. You've utilized well. I i worked with a lot of companies over the course of the pandemic in particular. I think i got to see under the hood of quite a bit of different softwares and hardwares because of all the presentations i was giving instill am and the biggest change for us that i decided to make lawyer. We're warrant at full capacity was. We switched from our server based than tricks to care stack. I i was Approach to integrate helier with care stack and had not really heard much about them before. I'd seen some things. Before and so. I got to work with that team on that. Integration and really was impressed by their software slutsk their solutions and how easy was to to us and to get to your data and so one thing that dennis might dennis that might go in pratt. Purchase a practice night. Not realize is that your didn't tricks. Data system of these old antiquated data systems aren't very easy at sharing your data until you don't even own that data. It's locked behind encryption. That only they can unlock. So i'm data person for years. I just trying to get detrick. Let me just plug my my favorite tools into making dashboards. So that i can see where business will wasn't where it's going but they hold all that behind a paywall. Even dentists can't do to their own record in end. It's all locked in her server so you go home. You have to set up a punky system to review in look records when an emergency calls. You want to look at things on your downtime at home you can't do that And so you know. We have a morm- my generation of dennis. We have more modern expectation of the tools that we use and would i was really impressed with with care. Stack was the intuitive system interface but also also they allowed for taliban consoles as well which was a huge heart for me. You can directly schedule your industry council's in usually do them for two and implant concerts but also to check check out my clear liner cases In some post ops but they've offered a really intuitive modern software solution and they made the process transition really easy. I was already starting to add on all these services. Like a marketing. I was using like Since my pay my my payment system wooster square and they offered digital marketing. So is using that as a service in the in the payment system i was using as a service and then i had like a text messaging in emailing service and paperwork service and care stag from my practice paid for itself in just getting rid of those services. You had all that individually like a separate service protecting separate service for The texting the texting service and the people work service where the same.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

08:39 min | 9 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Family and other services and just to provide something for the community. Get us out there to see that. Yeah i i liked that so then by any chance i know you said you just started it like a couple of weeks ago. Have you seen like an roi on that. Or how are you reaching. When you get these people's information how are you reaching out to them and in what marketing material you put it in. Yes so we. We are definitely doing this. We have a plan on a marketing Kind of a plan written out on how we're gonna reach out to them but We reach out to them. Initially through the forms we send out and then whenever we picked up next week took them to school. We drop them off for their first game and did social media posts Throughout the whole process we posted the process on our facebook And on our website through blogs and then we Gave the mouth guards out with like a marketing flyer inside like just little marketing carded. Said you know. Let us know if you like avenue questions about her mouth. Cardiff have any issues. Let us know and then like on the other side of it. It said good for A discount on on on on. I can't remember what we ended up going with. We did like a discount. Promo for that to include in that and it's only been two weeks so we haven't seen anything yet. Come out of it but everything we did when we researched this a lot before we did it and a lot of the people that are doing similar things around the country are are are saying that it can be a like a long play but you ultimately our ally comes when like just first parent book set for early books with you. And he's an implant. It covers the cost of you doing it that year. Okay i liked that you said you research. How is your. Because i feel like you're very well. You you mentioned it. You let your very data driven right so like what is your research process like. How do you research your marketing to make sure you're not just like you know i mean seeing what sticks spending a lot of money on it. Yeah so definitely on the back end evaluate things as they come so we put the kids in the computer in a special way so that we could see them. We could see when they convert to a patient or lead to a referral. So we're we're prepared to evaluate this just like we would do when patients come in it. I am pushing my team. Always track where the referrals coming from in mo- most of them at school so it's hard to hard to know exactly without reading google. We will add words or something on. I'm figuring out where they come from. But as far as how they found me on google that is But as far as like researching it. I've been following different like different groups that talk about the the three d. printers scanners and what they're doing to leverage the technology And listen to some speakers that that talk about doing Mouthguard programs so the most successful story of it is Denison florida who started doing it for the college in the high schools and always like the first like multiple. Nfl teams Business ram. They just doing that. Which is an extreme end of but the feedback. We've gotten has been wonderful. We've had multiple people calling a thank. You only actually three of them were existing patients of ours out of the fifty so those three already had their parents call and say that the kids love these things in their teams talking about it while we were doing it like two parents came by to see if they're already already to pick up so they do know where we are now because they actually showed up in your parking lot because we're kind of nondescript of location is not very noticeable at the moment in so we all already seeing some buzz around it but we are still waiting for that that first patient that turns into thing. But as far as the plan goes we're going to we have scheduled out in mocked up some Emails and Reminders to those people to get sent out via email direct email. Direct test text message. Gotcha this is going to be good man. This is gonna be good. I'm excited to see how how this kind of rolls out like really quick. How many days are you open. five days. A week added another doctor so she's two and a half days a week and two days a week. You're working today's a week the other days you're doing i brought her on because i need more top when the pandemic kit i stat slammed teaching people tell dentistry so i needed another doctor in. I've known for went to dental school. Together she's wonderful and so it was just perfectly align that she was looking for something else can work done great perfect perfect awesome so then throughout this process in your practice. What would you say are some systems that you've created like you've literally created some like actual systems but like also other systems that you created in your practice that you say would be you say would be unique man. I'm so proud. I created this. I'm surpri- some proud. We have this type of system in our practice runs better more efficient things like that. Yeah well. I think there's two there's two things that i'm most proud of was opposite. I did develop my own software system to to help digitize the way we keep track of things and so even like today we're using helier to track our it connects to our. Pms we use care stack. And so it connects to care sac. And so i'm able to print a report on care stack and put it in the helier and we we track the patients that are unscheduled for treatment and so the patient are unscheduled for treatment. I've got them broken down into status and we have them lined up and assign people to you know. Hey is we were just message into that. Hey dr patel. Were working on these unscheduled treatments because our goal is to clean up. Keep the unscheduled treatment as up to date as possible sued dumi can market to the unscheduled treatment that actually needs marketed to so we organize the patients. So that you've got the proposed treatments. The accepted treatments the on hold treatment You don't even put the rejected treatment on their You could. I guess if you found a need to want to send emails or things to those people in the goal is to get them scheduled or at least move them into the proper category in so we're using it as a system to track those patients and like send a message to the office manager was like hey. This patient was in saw last. Says they need an extraction. Ara says it needed a crown did did you. You know if they were holding that crown or if we need to keep them in proposing trying to get them scheduled and net particular case. The doctors like i forgot to hold that we talked about. It wasn't in the note that we're going to hold off on that. And so she made to to the whole position and so for the patients they get put in a separate category in market directly to them. Around october i send out a unscheduled like a benefit reminder to those patients that are on hold saying hey notice that you are system you know your patient chart Record indicates that you have some unscheduled treatment Reminding you that you're ben. You still have outstanding benefits. He liked to causing an appointment. We can do that. And so that's like once one way we use that system but we do it. We use that to track.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

08:00 min | 9 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Much more so without further delay. Here is dr nathan suitor nathan. How's it going congr- michael. Thanks for having me. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate it if you don't me asking. Where are you located. I'm located in the summer. Saint louis so i've a practice. That's about thirty minutes outside of saint louis. Nice i like to do you. Normally thirty minutes outside is like a good amount like are you still able to see like. Let's say in the middle of the day or at night when you're at target. Pj's are you able to see like your patients or thirty minutes out. Is like niane able to see them. I don't run into my my patients at target very often. So it's about thirty minute commute so it's not that kind of a okay cool because it's not a small so tell us a little bit about your past your present. How'd you get to where you are today. Sure yeah well When when. I got dental so i went in starting a health center clinic So the dental program in a community health center and in my hometown which is near where i practice. And i worked there for about seven years and i have a business degree and did really well opening that the different locations for them so and grew that to when i left we saw about nine thousand patients year individual patients. You're about twenty two thousand visits a year. I had about five dennis working with me so it was a great experience designing offices serving under served designing programs to see them doing really cool innovative stuff and The most innovative thing there in an important very important part for me is the telephone industry so developed the first holiday industry program in the state of missouri by sending hygienists to nursing homes and schools. And that's what really changed. My trajectory i got was less able to run a large health center. Because i was getting asselot. How to teach other people how to do tell dentistry in so i bought this practice. It's called green leaf dental care and we it's to practice and at is allowed me to focus on the private practice but also folks teaching other people elliott industry. So i do a lot of webinars and explain the different ways that people can use tell dentistry during the pandemic. it's been almost as much of demand. My dentistry has been teaching other. Dennis outdo told industry so i'm pretty cool. Wow so you're the first person to do tele dentistry in missouri Right yeah we had a private grants shoe pilot and then from there. We got a federal grant to teach other other dentists in missouri. How to do Straight on and that was before the pandemic and so by the time pandemic that was doing ministry for about five years. Think so we took that model. And now i've taught it to people all over the country pretty much cool journey. Yeah it's those with tell. Dentistry comes a lot of technology in understanding technology. And so that's where. I become really well versed in in the different software platforms hardware to us even started developing my own platform to help with some of that stuff. Do you nathan develop these platforms yourself like you do the coding and everything or no you like team nueva team. We have a team to develops it in snow. We developed a lot of people in the office. industry founded a as a problem in in the dental industry. Is that for patient. Care unlike medical software or in other industries. We just don't always how all the tools that we need for dentistry in particular. There's a lot of software out there that that's called collaboration. Software Might be familiar with things like asana or monday. Dot com or trello. And so those are ways for you. Do the people that do the work can get together in organiz their daily daily tasks and projects that are working on and their communication. And bring it into a single space so that you can work as a team wins when people remote some people Consolidates the communication in the work. So that the whole team can see the work and you can help each other in. Stay up to date with the work that needs to get done so loudly. People are using spreadsheets in sticky notes. And what it does is it. Helier provides that in a compliant way that the other solutions for other industries. Don't how the hippo compliance but also ties into the dental record. That's been a really exciting part of the journey. Is i was very much on the education side before the pandemic instead of getting a lot of inbound interest on solving for the problems that the whole world experienced essentially to the pandemic and from that i started working to create the solution to to fill some gaps around collaboration. We call a care coordination. Some you know. Just call it. Collaboration general around the work in general office y-yeah and just to clarify for the listeners. Listening helier is your brand right. That's you that's right yeah. Years is we've been A company for almost a year and a half now and dr kinetico founder are rapidly developing this honor with our team and It's been it's been really cool journey Because this is the first time i got behind the development side of it versus the helping people implemented which i do all the time. Still get on calls and people say. Here's what tools amusing. Can you help me analyze. What's best to use for tele dentistry in helping them do that. I've tested a lot. The having my own practice is allowed me to tesla things and break things and like really understand like how things work and the kind of user that really pushes the envelope and try to always improve on things and we've had a lot of experience at the practice in bedminster in great about how my own trying these things in figuring out what works what doesn't work. Yeah i like that. So let me rewind a little bit. You were running. How does it happen man. How did it you just start running a large health center. And then you're kinda like. I don't wanna do this right now. Any more kind of like let it go and they just build up your own practice that you have right now Yeah well i mean. It grew so quickly over five years. I brought in. I wrote my own grants which was really fun and Not many dennis right right grants. I found out. But like i think i brought in almost three million dollars in grants to grow that program in so i got. I got into this really innovative space because grants allowing to try things outside the box and so but grew the program so much that it's just kinda hard to turn mostly day to day management of the system and i wasn't getting that ability to innovate anymore as much into like design things and to test solve solution solve problems because we were part of a much bigger agency the agency had maybe four hundred. Employees is in dental. Was maybe a hundred of.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

07:30 min | 9 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Able to see like your patients or thirty minutes out. Is like niane able to see them. I don't run into my my patients at target very often. So it's about thirty minute commute so it's not that kind of a okay cool because it's not a small so tell us a little bit about your past your present. How'd you get to where you are today. Sure yeah well When when. I got dental so i went in starting a health center clinic So the dental program in a community health center and in my hometown which is near where i practice. And i worked there for about seven years and i have a business degree and did really well opening that the different locations for them so and grew that to when i left we saw about nine thousand patients year individual patients. You're about twenty two thousand visits a year. I had about five dennis working with me so it was a great experience designing offices serving under served designing programs to see them doing really cool innovative stuff and The most innovative thing there in an important very important part for me is the telephone industry so developed the first holiday industry program in the state of missouri by sending hygienists to nursing homes and schools. And that's what really changed. My trajectory i got was less able to run a large health center. Because i was getting asselot. How to teach other people how to do tell dentistry in so i bought this practice. It's called green leaf dental care and we it's to practice and at is allowed me to focus on the private practice but also folks teaching other people elliott industry. So i do a lot of webinars and explain the different ways that people can use tell dentistry during the pandemic. it's been almost as much of demand. My dentistry has been teaching other. Dennis outdo told industry so i'm pretty cool. Wow so you're the first person to do tele dentistry in missouri Right yeah we had a private grants shoe pilot and then from there. We got a federal grant to teach other other dentists in missouri. How to do Straight on and that was before the pandemic and so by the time pandemic that was doing ministry for about five years. Think so we took that model. And now i've taught it to people all over the country pretty much cool journey. Yeah it's those with tell. Dentistry comes a lot of technology in understanding technology. And so that's where. I become really well versed in in the different software platforms hardware to us even started developing my own platform to help with some of that stuff. Do you nathan develop these platforms yourself like you do the coding and everything or no you like team nueva team. We have a team to develops it in snow. We developed a lot of people in the office. industry founded a as a problem in in the dental industry. Is that for patient. Care unlike medical software or in other industries. We just don't always how all the tools that we need for dentistry in particular. There's a lot of software out there that that's called collaboration. Software Might be familiar with things like asana or monday. Dot com or trello. And so those are ways for you. Do the people that do the work can get together in organiz their daily daily tasks and projects that are working on and their communication. And bring it into a single space so that you can work as a team wins when people remote some people Consolidates the communication in the work. So that the whole team can see the work and you can help each other in. Stay up to date with the work that needs to get done so loudly. People are using spreadsheets in sticky notes. And what it does is it. Helier provides that in a compliant way that the other solutions for other industries. Don't how the hippo compliance but also ties into the dental record. That's been a really exciting part of the journey. Is i was very much on the education side before the pandemic instead of getting a lot of inbound interest on solving for the problems that the whole world experienced essentially to the pandemic and from that i started working to create the solution to to fill some gaps around collaboration. We call a care coordination. Some you know. Just call it. Collaboration general around the work in general office y-yeah and just to clarify for the listeners. Listening helier is your brand right. That's you that's right yeah. Years is we've been A company for almost a year and a half now and dr kinetico founder are rapidly developing this honor with our team and It's been it's been really cool journey Because this is the first time i got behind the development side of it versus the helping people implemented which i do all the time. Still get on calls and people say. Here's what tools amusing. Can you help me analyze. What's best to use for tele dentistry in helping them do that. I've tested a lot. The having my own practice is allowed me to tesla things and break things and like really understand like how things work and the kind of user that really pushes the envelope and try to always improve on things and we've had a lot of experience at the practice in bedminster in great about how my own trying these things in figuring out what works what doesn't work. Yeah i like that. So let me rewind a little bit. You were running. How does it happen man. How did it you just start running a large health center. And then you're kinda like. I don't wanna do this right now. Any more kind of like let it go and they just build up your own practice that you have right now Yeah well i mean. It grew so quickly over five years. I brought in. I wrote my own grants which was really fun and Not many dennis right right grants. I found out. But like i think i brought in almost three million dollars in grants to grow that program in so i got. I got into this really innovative space because grants allowing to try things outside the box and so but grew the program so much that it's just kinda hard to turn mostly day to day management of the system and i wasn't getting that ability to innovate anymore as much into like design things and to test solve solution solve problems because we were part of a much bigger agency the agency had maybe four hundred. Employees is in dental. Was maybe a hundred of.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

07:35 min | 9 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"The first people. He's one of the first doctors in missouri to do tell dentistry. Actually he is the first person he's not one of them is the first person to do tell dentistry in missouri. So he does a lot of teaching on dentistry. And we discussed that a little bit towards the end of the episode how to tell dentistry recalls. How do you bill for that insurance wise ethics. What goes behind doing the right thing. And so forth. We also discussed the best and worst. Software companies that he's utilized in dentistry primarily the best ones because he created his own software company so he knows a lot about software and he's able to look under the hood of a lot of these companies so he's better than a lot of them and so listen to that he also talks to us about his marketing. How he is utilizing marketing right now to attract new patients. How many new patients. He's getting right now currently every single month and what's his research process when it comes to marketing. How does he researches marketing to make sure he's not wasting money. We discussed that and so much more so without further delay. Here is dr nathan suitor nathan. How's it going congr- michael. Thanks for having me. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate it if you don't me asking. Where are you located. I'm located in the summer. Saint louis so i've a practice. That's about thirty minutes outside of saint louis. Nice i like to do you. Normally thirty minutes outside is like a good amount like are you still able to see like. Let's say in the middle of the day or at night when you're at target. Pj's are you able to see like your patients or thirty minutes out. Is like niane able to see them. I don't run into my my patients at target very often. So it's about thirty minute commute so it's not that kind of a okay cool because it's not a small so tell us a little bit about your past your present. How'd you get to where you are today. Sure yeah well When when. I got dental so i went in starting a health center clinic So the dental program in a community health center and in my hometown which is near where i practice. And i worked there for about seven years and i have a business degree and did really well opening that the different locations for them so and grew that to when i left we saw about nine thousand patients year individual patients. You're about twenty two thousand visits a year. I had about five dennis working with me so it was a great experience designing offices serving under served designing programs to see them doing really cool innovative stuff and The most innovative thing there in an important very important part for me is the telephone industry so developed the first holiday industry program in the state of missouri by sending hygienists to nursing homes and schools. And that's what really changed. My trajectory i got was less able to run a large health center. Because i was getting asselot. How to teach other people how to do tell dentistry in so i bought this practice. It's called green leaf dental care and we it's to practice and at is allowed me to focus on the private practice but also folks teaching other people elliott industry. So i do a lot of webinars and explain the different ways that people can use tell dentistry during the pandemic. it's been almost as much of demand. My dentistry has been teaching other. Dennis outdo told industry so i'm pretty cool. Wow so you're the first person to do tele dentistry in missouri Right yeah we had a private grants shoe pilot and then from there. We got a federal grant to teach other other dentists in missouri. How to do Straight on and that was before the pandemic and so by the time pandemic that was doing ministry for about five years. Think so we took that model. And now i've taught it to people all over the country pretty much cool journey. Yeah it's those with tell. Dentistry comes a lot of technology in understanding technology. And so that's where. I become really well versed in in the different software platforms hardware to us even started developing my own platform to help with some of that stuff. Do you nathan develop these platforms yourself like you do the coding and everything or no you like team nueva team. We have a team to develops it in snow. We developed a lot of people in the office. industry founded a as a problem in in the dental industry. Is that for patient. Care unlike medical software or in other industries. We just don't always how all the tools that we need for dentistry in particular. There's a lot of software out there that that's called collaboration. Software Might be familiar with things like asana or monday. Dot com or trello. And so those are ways for you. Do the people that do the work can get together in organiz their daily daily tasks and projects that are working on and their communication. And bring it into a single space so that you can work as a team wins when people remote some people Consolidates the communication in the work. So that the whole team can see the work and you can help each other in. Stay up to date with the work that needs to get done so loudly. People are using spreadsheets in sticky notes. And what it does is it. Helier provides that in a compliant way that the other solutions for other industries. Don't how the hippo compliance but also ties into the dental record. That's been a really exciting part of the journey. Is i was very much on the education side before the pandemic instead of getting a lot of inbound interest on solving for the problems that the whole world experienced essentially to the pandemic and from that i started working to create the solution to to fill some gaps around collaboration. We call a care coordination. Some you know. Just call it. Collaboration general around the work in general office y-yeah and just to clarify for the listeners. Listening helier is your brand right. That's you that's right yeah. Years is we've been A company for almost a year and a half now and dr kinetico founder are rapidly developing this honor with our team and It's been it's been really cool journey Because this is the first time i got behind the development side of it versus the helping people implemented which i do all the time. Still get on calls and people say. Here's what tools amusing. Can you help me analyze. What's best to use for tele dentistry in helping them do that. I've tested a lot. The having my own practice is allowed me to tesla things and break things and like really understand like how things work and the kind of user that really pushes the envelope.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

07:01 min | 9 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Best ones because he created his own software company so he knows a lot about software and he's able to look under the hood of a lot of these companies so he's better than a lot of them and so listen to that he also talks to us about his marketing. How he is utilizing marketing right now to attract new patients. How many new patients. He's getting right now currently every single month and what's his research process when it comes to marketing. How does he researches marketing to make sure he's not wasting money. We discussed that and so much more so without further delay. Here is dr nathan suitor nathan. How's it going congr- michael. Thanks for having me. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate it if you don't me asking. Where are you located. I'm located in the summer. Saint louis so i've a practice. That's about thirty minutes outside of saint louis. Nice i like to do you. Normally thirty minutes outside is like a good amount like are you still able to see like. Let's say in the middle of the day or at night when you're at target. Pj's are you able to see like your patients or thirty minutes out. Is like niane able to see them. I don't run into my my patients at target very often. So it's about thirty minute commute so it's not that kind of a okay cool because it's not a small so tell us a little bit about your past your present. How'd you get to where you are today. Sure yeah well When when. I got dental so i went in starting a health center clinic So the dental program in a community health center and in my hometown which is near where i practice. And i worked there for about seven years and i have a business degree and did really well opening that the different locations for them so and grew that to when i left we saw about nine thousand patients year individual patients. You're about twenty two thousand visits a year. I had about five dennis working with me so it was a great experience designing offices serving under served designing programs to see them doing really cool innovative stuff and The most innovative thing there in an important very important part for me is the telephone industry so developed the first holiday industry program in the state of missouri by sending hygienists to nursing homes and schools. And that's what really changed. My trajectory i got was less able to run a large health center. Because i was getting asselot. How to teach other people how to do tell dentistry in so i bought this practice. It's called green leaf dental care and we it's to practice and at is allowed me to focus on the private practice but also folks teaching other people elliott industry. So i do a lot of webinars and explain the different ways that people can use tell dentistry during the pandemic. it's been almost as much of demand. My dentistry has been teaching other. Dennis outdo told industry so i'm pretty cool. Wow so you're the first person to do tele dentistry in missouri Right yeah we had a private grants shoe pilot and then from there. We got a federal grant to teach other other dentists in missouri. How to do Straight on and that was before the pandemic and so by the time pandemic that was doing ministry for about five years. Think so we took that model. And now i've taught it to people all over the country pretty much cool journey. Yeah it's those with tell. Dentistry comes a lot of technology in understanding technology. And so that's where. I become really well versed in in the different software platforms hardware to us even started developing my own platform to help with some of that stuff. Do you nathan develop these platforms yourself like you do the coding and everything or no you like team nueva team. We have a team to develops it in snow. We developed a lot of people in the office. industry founded a as a problem in in the dental industry. Is that for patient. Care unlike medical software or in other industries. We just don't always how all the tools that we need for dentistry in particular. There's a lot of software out there that that's called collaboration. Software Might be familiar with things like asana or monday. Dot com or trello. And so those are ways for you. Do the people that do the work can get together in organiz their daily daily tasks and projects that are working on and their communication. And bring it into a single space so that you can work as a team wins when people remote some people Consolidates the communication in the work. So that the whole team can see the work and you can help each other in. Stay up to date with the work that needs to get done so loudly. People are using spreadsheets in sticky notes. And what it does is it. Helier provides that in a compliant way that the other solutions for other industries. Don't how the hippo compliance but also ties into the dental record. That's been a really exciting part of the journey. Is i was very much on the education side before the pandemic instead of getting a lot of inbound interest on solving for the problems that the whole world experienced essentially to the pandemic and from that i started working to create the solution to to fill some gaps around collaboration. We call a care coordination. Some you know. Just call it. Collaboration general around the work in general office y-yeah and just to clarify for the listeners. Listening helier is your brand right. That's you that's right yeah. Years is we've been A company for almost a year and a half now and dr kinetico founder are rapidly developing this honor with our team and It's been it's been really cool journey Because this is the first time i got behind the development side of it versus the helping people implemented which i do all the time. Still get on calls and people say. Here's what tools amusing. Can you help me analyze. What's best to use for tele dentistry in helping them do that. I've tested a lot. The having my own practice is allowed me to tesla things and break things and like really understand like how things work and the kind of user that really pushes the envelope.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

08:10 min | 9 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Nathan. He used to run a large health center and then he decided to get out of that and a choir practice and own his own practice and so we discuss the ups and downs in the struggles of acquiring the practice and what he did throughout that whole process. We also discussed the deal that he went with when he acquired the practice. We also talk about. How do you write your own. Grants and nathan is very smart. Interesting guy he's very data driven throughout the pandemic. he started his own software company and also he is one of the first people. He's one of the first doctors in missouri to do tell dentistry. Actually he is the first person he's not one of them is the first person to do tell dentistry in missouri. So he does a lot of teaching on dentistry. And we discussed that a little bit towards the end of the episode how to tell dentistry recalls. How do you bill for that insurance wise ethics. What goes behind doing the right thing. And so forth. We also discussed the best and worst. Software companies that he's utilized in dentistry primarily the best ones because he created his own software company so he knows a lot about software and he's able to look under the hood of a lot of these companies so he's better than a lot of them and so listen to that he also talks to us about his marketing. How he is utilizing marketing right now to attract new patients. How many new patients. He's getting right now currently every single month and what's his research process when it comes to marketing. How does he researches marketing to make sure he's not wasting money. We discussed that and so much more so without further delay. Here is dr nathan suitor nathan. How's it going congr- michael. Thanks for having me. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate it if you don't me asking. Where are you located. I'm located in the summer. Saint louis so i've a practice. That's about thirty minutes outside of saint louis. Nice i like to do you. Normally thirty minutes outside is like a good amount like are you still able to see like. Let's say in the middle of the day or at night when you're at target. Pj's are you able to see like your patients or thirty minutes out. Is like niane able to see them. I don't run into my my patients at target very often. So it's about thirty minute commute so it's not that kind of a okay cool because it's not a small so tell us a little bit about your past your present. How'd you get to where you are today. Sure yeah well When when. I got dental so i went in starting a health center clinic So the dental program in a community health center and in my hometown which is near where i practice. And i worked there for about seven years and i have a business degree and did really well opening that the different locations for them so and grew that to when i left we saw about nine thousand patients year individual patients. You're about twenty two thousand visits a year. I had about five dennis working with me so it was a great experience designing offices serving under served designing programs to see them doing really cool innovative stuff and The most innovative thing there in an important very important part for me is the telephone industry so developed the first holiday industry program in the state of missouri by sending hygienists to nursing homes and schools. And that's what really changed. My trajectory i got was less able to run a large health center. Because i was getting asselot. How to teach other people how to do tell dentistry in so i bought this practice. It's called green leaf dental care and we it's to practice and at is allowed me to focus on the private practice but also folks teaching other people elliott industry. So i do a lot of webinars and explain the different ways that people can use tell dentistry during the pandemic. it's been almost as much of demand. My dentistry has been teaching other. Dennis outdo told industry so i'm pretty cool. Wow so you're the first person to do tele dentistry in missouri Right yeah we had a private grants shoe pilot and then from there. We got a federal grant to teach other other dentists in missouri. How to do Straight on and that was before the pandemic and so by the time pandemic that was doing ministry for about five years. Think so we took that model. And now i've taught it to people all over the country pretty much cool journey. Yeah it's those with tell. Dentistry comes a lot of technology in understanding technology. And so that's where. I become really well versed in in the different software platforms hardware to us even started developing my own platform to help with some of that stuff. Do you nathan develop these platforms yourself like you do the coding and everything or no you like team nueva team. We have a team to develops it in snow. We developed a lot of people in the office. industry founded a as a problem in in the dental industry. Is that for patient. Care unlike medical software or in other industries. We just don't always how all the tools that we need for dentistry in particular. There's a lot of software out there that that's called collaboration. Software Might be familiar with things like asana or monday. Dot com or trello. And so those are ways for you. Do the people that do the work can get together in organiz their daily daily tasks and projects that are working on and their communication. And bring it into a single space so that you can work as a team wins when people remote some people Consolidates the communication in the work. So that the whole team can see the work and you can help each other in. Stay up to date with the work that needs to get done so loudly. People are using spreadsheets in sticky notes. And what it does is it. Helier provides that in a compliant way that the other solutions for other industries. Don't how the hippo compliance but also ties into the dental record. That's been a really exciting part of the journey. Is i was very much on the education side before the pandemic instead of getting a lot of inbound interest on solving for the problems that the whole world experienced essentially to the pandemic and from that i started working to create the solution to to fill some gaps around collaboration. We call a care coordination. Some you know. Just call it. Collaboration general around the work in general office y-yeah and just to clarify for the listeners. Listening helier is your brand right. That's you that's right yeah. Years is we've been A company for almost a year and a half now and dr kinetico founder are rapidly developing this honor with our team and It's been it's been really cool journey Because this is the first time i got behind the development side of it versus the helping people implemented which i do all the time. Still get on calls and people say. Here's what tools amusing. Can you help me analyze. What's best to use for tele dentistry in helping them do that. I've tested a lot. The having my own practice is allowed me to tesla things and break things and like really understand like how things work and the kind of user that really pushes the envelope.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"Soobee ride a beer cooler won the are the sink then eventually bought whatever the box one that was like five hundred bucks an hour like you mentioned a nova you can buy one for a hundred dollars or something now in the reception used to be from friends and everyone they say oh this team so fancy as the exact opposite of fancy. It's like kind of the idiots guide to cooking the perfect temperature and by the way every restaurant has this. You just don't know it. It's back in the kitchen. I want you to help me settle a debate and this is a little bit of pressure because this is a marital debate. My wife and i were driving to angels baseball game this week. My son's in the back seat these four. We're going to see otani pitch and we were talking about cooking a cooking podcast this week and she's like oh i got a question for you in. I said why does bad food still exists. And she's like what do you mean. I said well you know you go to plenty of restaurants or whatever and you have a terrible turkey sandwich or you go get some awful version of universally seen as off not just like. Hey this is your tastes but this is just absolutely terrible. You can go two doors down to the turkey sandwich. Place that has the best turkey sandwich in l. a. Why not just go replicate that and we got into a long debate. So i wanna kick it to you and i'll tell you which side you fall on miser hers and who gets to win on this debate but in a world of millions of recipes of knowledge compounding over time learning from others mistakes wiser scenario where either from the owner's perspective or consumers. Why does bad food still exist. One reason is of course the people choose where they eat based on a variety of factors not just food quality so convenience is super important. If the place was the better has a lying down the block. You might say well. I'm really hungry. I'm gonna place like no. There's the issue of cost one of the things. I tell people if you want to upgrade how you eat. You almost always have to pay more in either money or convenience or both convenience because the are teasing baker. You gotta drive to. That store is not right there in the supermarket. And it's going to cost a little bit more now is that we're you're not in general and people are given a choice. They love that. When i grew up chocolate was she's that was like yet and candy bar was going period of time. It was a dime or up. Twenty five cents or more. What chocolates undergone renaissance so today in la or seattle you can probably by fifty different chocolate bars and some of them will be quite exotic Shade grow certifiable organic any pay more for that chocolate bar. But there's people who love. It coffees the same. Take coffee when i was a kid. It was folger's in new band out of cane that the grocery store in coffee was like this cheap thing that cafes knew they had to serve so it wasn't destination thing now with both starbucks and then lots of independent baristas out there. Premium coffee is a fake and there are people that are willing not not. Everyone's willing to search out. I don't even like a hundred percent of us. Want tanzania p berry or costa rica tarazona state or care about the difference between a pore over and a lot today and we may not care about it but enough of this chair that we've been able to drink a lot better if you care about coffee. This process of being able to find things that are high quality is something that has rippled through the food world. and that's largely to my life site. Not because i editing to do with it. But i was born in fifty nine. So the end of the nineteen fifties and the nineteen fifties and well into the sixties after that it was about abundance and price and convenience because most moms were working mops they weren't just preparing food at home and if you optimize for convenience and price above all else he gets some bad stuff but it's convenient or it's cheap. That's the trade offs. I can't tell you that this is why all the bad places exists because there are terrible restaurants all over the place now some of them are just terribly consistent meaning on a good night at spectacular and our bad night it isn't and some are just low quality but for some set of reasons that is an for example national brands of food like fast food james mcdonald's or pizza or whatever they bring a certainty. It's super convenient. And you know what it's going to be like. You're betting on the local burger place. It might be excellent or might be garbage but you know. Mcdonald's or burger king is going to be what was our. They're all about that consistency. And if you sort of forget that consistency thing is valuable. You look at the world in a way that it isn't our attraction to big national brands for things is because consistency and what that brand beans and that makes sense to us a good example so my single favorite recipe from your modernist cuisine book was the macaroni and cheese as macaroni and cheese. You put in. I think it's sodium citrate and it just has such a like cheesy chewy acrimony and cheese. And i i think i made for my mom. And she's like a joking but i said what and she goes. There's a moment in her childhood. Where is fit lovingly amount of time making homemade macaroni and cheese. And brought it out to you. And she's like you refuse to eat it. And i said you know why. And he said what is this. What is this. This is a mac and cheese. Because i was afraid of the kraft mac and cheese. That was mac and cheese homemade crafts. Artisanal mac and cheese is garbage. So right there's like a element in asia. I think too. But the funny thing about the debate is i was sort of airing on the side is like a business owner as a someone who just thinks about this to where i sit in this world of knowledge and automation which kind you almost touched on. This shouldn't exist as much. So here's the punchline. We go to the game and we'll get some beer and peanuts and my son's like hey my son for like pizza so i go get in because kobe like half the restaurants are closed. Come back with like forty dollars worth one pizza in. It's probably the worst pizza in the world. Well here i am as a consumer after directly having this debate consuming a bunch of terrible pizza an going to call it. The pizza name is so bad we ate it. Of course we hit it pizza so even bad pizzas okay. But so she kind of smiled at the irony. Convenience is the issue. You're there at the game. You're not gonna comparison shop all across town and you're only going to buy something there and crassly they don't have to be any better to sell out of beets and the voice burs with pizza in particular in our book only occasionally we traveled three hundred korea's around the world.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Comes from Dr Nathan Joon, who teaches philosophy at Midwestern State University of Wichita Falls, Texas. Last weekend, Dr June posted on Facebook. I want the entire world to burn until the last cop is strangled. With the intestines of the last capitalist who was strangled in turn with the intestines of the last politician. On top of this guy's obsession with intestines. You can assume that his hatred of law enforcement in capitalism fits right in with so many others who were Teaching America's young people. The university defended their professor and I said that when their faculty members expressed themselves as private citizens, they are entitled of First Amendment protections. Even if their opinions are offensive and shocking, Professor June isn't going to face any institutional censorship for discipline. But here's the thing. Midwestern state universities of public universities. Texas taxpayers have a right to express their uncensored opinion on who they underwrite in the classroom. And you parents paying to send your kids to MSU. You also have a right to express yourselves if you don't want your kids exposed to this uncensored hatred. Of law enforcement and American capitalism. You have every reason to impose some societal discipline of your own and just quit supporting this. And tell Dr June it's time for his July. He's out of there, rush noon to three. But I love our affiliate there. W M A L. Now on one of 5.9 half past Washington's mall W N A L. For many Americans, their top New Year's resolution is to save more money. One way to accomplish.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Dr Nathan Newman is the creator of luminescence he started with thirty to forty orders of luminescent monthly. And now, it is a worldwide product available in one hundred and thirty seven countries, here's Dr Newman when we use this product does many different things it goes into the skin and helps to regenerate new collagen new lasted most of the effect that we see for say rose Asia, we see anti inflammatory effects or people with acne where the redness goes away and their skin gets better. And I think part of the treatment that we're giving is because this language is able to go and prevent the breakdown of tissues luminous is not available in stores, but it is available from healthy looking. Dot com. Find genuine luminous products, and especially the luminous serum with the highest concentration of Dr Newman's AP t two hundred stem cell formula at healthy looking dot com. All products feature a twenty five percent discount for signing up for smart delivery at checkout, which you can cancel with no obligation at anytime. Plus if you're not satisfied there is a thirty day money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose to start looking better today. For a limited time, you can try the luminous starter pack for only nineteen ninety-five with free shipping at healthy looking dot com or toll free eight hundred six four thirty one twenty nine eight hundred six zero four thirty one twenty nine or at healthy looking dot com. Luminescence at healthy looking dot com. It's a situation wants to experience during tax season. But with the breaches in the last couple of years, your information may have already been exposed. And that could lead to an unfortunate discovery finding out that a cybercriminals stole.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dr Nathan Newman is the creator of luminescence he started with thirty to forty orders of luminescent monthly. And now, it is a worldwide product available in one hundred and thirty seven countries, here's Dr no when we use this product does many different things it goes into the skin and helps to regenerate new collagen new lasted most of the effect that we see for. Let's say rose Asia we see anti inflammatory effects or people with acne where the redness goes away and their skin gets better. And I think part of that treatment that we're giving is because this language is able to go and prevent the breakdown of tissues luminous is not available in stores, but it is available from healthy looking dot com. Find genuinely. Minez products, and especially the luminous serum with the highest concentration of Dr Newman's AP t two hundred stem cell formula at healthy looking dot com. All products feature at twenty five percent discount for signing up for smart delivery at checkout, which you can cancel with no obligation at anytime. Plus if you're not satisfied there is a thirty day money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose to start looking better today. For a limited time, you can try the starter pack for only nineteen ninety-five with free shipping at healthy looking dot com or toll free eight hundred six zero four thirty one twenty nine eight hundred six zero four thirty one twenty nine or at healthy looking dot com. Luminous at healthy looking dot com. It's a situation on wants to experience during tax season. But with the breaches in the last couple of years, your information may have already been exposed. And that could lead to an unfortunate discovery finding out that a cybercriminals stole.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Dr Nathan Newman is the creator of luminescence he started with thirty to forty orders of luminescent monthly. And now, it is a worldwide product available in one hundred and thirty seven countries, here's Dr Newman when we use this product does many different things, it goes into the skin and helps to regenerate new collagen you lasted most of the effect that we see for rose Asia, we see anti inflammatory effects or people with acne where the retinas goes away and their skin gets better. And I think part of the treatment that we're giving is because this language is able to go and prevent the breakdown of tissues luminous is not available in stores, but it is available from healthy. Dot com. Find genuine luminescent products, and especially the Lumina serum with the highest concentration of Dr Newman's AP t two hundred stem cell formula at healthy looking dot com. All products feature at twenty five percent discount for signing up for smart delivery at checkout, which you can cancel with no obligation at anytime. Plus if you're not satisfied there is a thirty day money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose to start looking better today. For a limited time, you can try the luminous starter pack for only nineteen ninety-five with free shipping at healthy looking dot com or toll free eight hundred six oh, four thirty one twenty nine eight hundred six four thirty one twenty nine or at healthy looking dot com. Luminous at healthy looking dot com..

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"dr nathan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dr Nathan Newman is the creator of luminescence he started with thirty to forty orders of luminescent monthly. And now, it is a worldwide product available in one hundred and thirty seven countries, here's Dr no when we use this product does many different things, it goes into the skin and helps to regenerate new collagen lasted most of the effect that we see for let's say, shall we see anti inflammatory effects or people with acne where the redness goes away and their skin gets better. And I think part of the treatment that we're giving is because these language is able to go and prevent the breakdown of tissues luminous is not available in stores, but it is available from healthy. Looking dot com. Find genuine Lummus products, and especially the luminous serum with the highest concentration of Dr Newman's ABT two hundred stem cell formula at healthy looking dot com. All products feature at twenty five percent discount for signing up for smart delivery at checkout, which you can cancel with no obligation at anytime. Plus if you're not satisfied there is a thirty day money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose to start looking better today. For a limited time, you can try the luminous starter pack for only nineteen ninety-five with free shipping that healthy looking dot com or toll free eight hundred six zero four thirty one twenty nine eight hundred six zero four thirty one twenty nine or at healthy looking dot com. Luminous at healthy looking dot com. The most powerful.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Dr Nathan Newman is the creator of luminescence he started with thirty to forty orders of luminescent monthly. And now it is a worldwide product available in one hundred thirty seven countries, here's Dr Newman when we use this product does many different things, it goes into the skin and helps to regenerate new collagen nearly lasted most of the effect that we see for Asia, we see anti inflammatory or people with acne where the redness goes away and their skin gets better. And I think part of the treatment that we're giving is. Because this language is able to go and prevent the breakdown of tissues luminous is not available in stores, but it is available from healthy looking dot com. Find genuine luminous products, and especially the Lumina serum with the highest concentration of Dr Newman's AP T two hundred stem cell formula at healthy looking dot com. All products feature at twenty five percent discount for signing up for smart delivery at checkout, which you can cancel with no obligation at anytime. Plus if you're not satisfied there is a thirty day money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose to start looking better today. For a limited time, you can try the luminous starter pack for only nineteen ninety-five with free shipping at healthy looking dot com or toll free eight hundred six zero four thirty one twenty nine eight hundred six oh, four thirty one twenty nine or at healthy looking dot com. Luminous at healthy looking dot com. Welcome once again to newsmakers I have Don. Suggs here from rhino safe dot com. Sadan I was surprised to hear just how much Americans lose to burglary and fire just in burglaries alone. It's three point two billion.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"With that in mind, Dr Nathan Newman designed the product from his vast knowledge of stem cell research is available without a doctor's prescription luminescent uses stem cell technology, not actual stem cells placed into a serum for application to problem. Areas on the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes. Here's Dr Newman to explain in the beginning, we were using adult stem cell technology for burns, and all sorts and wound. Healing these treatments. We've found the skin was getting much better in the laboratory we went to look at how these cells tried to heal. We found that they using chemical language to get together. And the chemical language is what we've taken and put into luminous and product that we have purely the chemical language without the cells themselves luminescent is not available in stores, but it is available from healthy looking dot com. Find genuine luminous products, and especially the luminous serum with the highest concentration of dot. Dr Newman's AP PT two hundred stem cell formula at healthy looking dot com. All products feature at twenty five percent discount for signing up for smart delivery at checkout, which you can cancel with no obligation at anytime. Plus if you're not satisfied there is a thirty day money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose to start looking better today. For a limited time, you can try the luminous starter pack for only nineteen ninety-five with free shipping at healthy looking dot com or toll free eight hundred six zero four thirty one twenty nine eight hundred six oh, four thirty one twenty nine or at healthy looking dot com. Luminous at healthy looking dot com. George.

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"dr nathan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dr nathan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In mind, Dr Nathan Newman, designed a product from his vast knowledge of stem cell research that is available without a doctor's prescription luminescent uses stem cell technology, not actual stem cells placed into a serum for application. The problem areas on the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes. Here's Dr Newman to explain in the beginning, we were using adult stem cell technology for burns, and Alzheimer's and wounds. Healing these treatments. We found the skin was getting much better in the laboratory we went and looked at how these cells tried to heal with found that they're using chemical language to get together. And the chemical language is what we've taken and put into luminous and product that we have purely the chemical language without the cells themselves luminous is not available in stores, but it is available from healthy looking dot com. Find genuine luminescent products, and especially the luminaires serum with the highest concentration of Dr Newman's AP t two hundred stem cell formula at healthy looking dot com. All products feature at twenty five percent discount for signing up for smart delivery at checkout, which you can cancel with no obligation at anytime. Plus if you're not. Satisfied. There is a thirty day money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose to start looking better today. For a limited time, you can try the luminous starter pack for only nineteen ninety-five with free shipping that healthy looking dot com or toll free eight hundred six zero four thirty one twenty nine eight hundred six oh, four thirty one twenty nine or at healthy looking dot com. Luminous at healthy looking dot com. This is George Noory.

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