Steve has spoken at nearly every major dental industry meeting and conventions in North America, Australia and the United Kingdom, conducted hundreds of seminars, and worked with thousands of businesses and organizations to increase their productivity and profits. His combination of behavioral physics, high energy, humor and every-day application makes him one of the highest rated speakers at every venue where he appears. (www.StevenJAnderson.com)
He has written hundreds of articles for industry publications and produced entire libraries of audio and video learning programs. He hosts two monthly programs viewed by thousands around the world interested in boosting productivity and profits. His most recent book: The Culture of Success – 10 Natural Laws for Creating the Place Everyone Wants to Work is a must read for any dentist that wants to create more repeat and referral business. (www.TheCultureOfSuccessBook.com) In addition, his charitable efforts with youth lead to writing: The 13 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make and How to Avoid Them. (www.MistakesParentsMake.com)
As a founder of over a dozen businesses, he is constantly looking for solutions to some of dentistry’s most pressing business problems. Here are just a few examples:
Total Patient Service Institute (www.TotalPatientService.com) Providing seminars and in-office coaching to raise treatment acceptance to its highest levels.
Crown Council (www.CrownCouncil.info) An association of leading dentists committed to creating a culture of success in their practice.
Dental Warranty Corp. (www.DentalWarrantyCorp.com) Dentistry’s first nationwide smile protection providing the highest level of patient peace-of-mind for the investment in restorative dental work.
Capstone Dental (www.CapstoneDentalServices.com) Providing a unique private practice model for dentists ready to take advantage of the demographic and industry changes in dentistry today.
Steve believes that we all have a responsibility to do good. Here are just a few examples of organizations he has helped create that are doing just that:
Smiles for Life Foundation (www.SmilesForLife.org) Dentistry’s largest cause-related, charitable campaign having raised over $38 million to date for children’s charitable causes around the world.
Eagle University (www.Eagleuniversity.org) A career leadership course for high school and college age students giving them a 7 year head-start of their career.
For a free e-book on the practice building solution of your choice from Steven J. Anderson, log onto: www.TotalPatientService.com/free-resources
Orofacial Therapeutics, LP announced that its premier product, QuickSplint®, has received two recent industry recognitions. QuickSplint was recognized as a Reader’s Choice Top 25 First Impression Product by Dentistry Today magazine, and it was named a 2016 Clinical Problem Solver by The Dental Advisor, which reports objective clinical evaluations, product comparisons, clinical performance studies, and laboratory test results for the dental industry.
QuickSplint is an interim dental splint that can be fabricated quickly and easily in the dental practice. It is the only dental splint designed specifically for short-term use of up to 4 – 6 weeks. Uses for QuickSplint include:
“When we created QuickSplint, it was our vision to help dentists and specialists address the need for diagnosing parafunctional bruxism and also to provide an immediate aid for temporary care and protection of teeth and jaw. We found that QuickSplint has many practical applications across dentistry and it is rewarding to see dentists embracing it in growing numbers,” said Ann McCulloch, president of Orofacial Therapeutics.
To learn more about QuickSplint and its uses for general dentistry, cosmetic and restorative dentistry, periodontics, endodontics, oral surgery, dental implant surgery, and more visit the QuickSplint website at www.quicksplint.com.
About Orofacial Therapeutics, LP
Founded by orofacial pain expert, Bradley Eli DDS, MS, Orofacial Therapeutics LP is a San Diego-based medical device company that develops a variety of aids for dentistry and orofacial pain. Dr. Eli and the company hold multiple patents in the Celds of both sleep and pain. The company’s popular aid, QuickSplint, has been successfully utilized with patients for more than ten years, and became available to dentists and dental specialists in 2011. QuickSplint is FDA 510k cleared and is made in the USA. The company’s products are available for sale for use by licensed dental or medical professionals. The company accepts orders by phone, fax, online, and through a select number of dental labs and dealers. For more information, visit www.quicksplint.com.
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Dr. Bryan Fox has always had a gift for music. He earned a scholarship to Murray State University for his trumpet skills. His mastery of the guitar pushed his song “Yes” to the #1 spot on local charts for 8 weeks straight while he was attending the University of Louisville Dental School in 2003. He’s had four songs on hold by major recording stars, and was called “one of the greatest songwriters around” by a nationally recognized music producer. By any measure, Bryan Fox is a real rock star… although he switched to country around 2005.
He’s also a rock star to his dental patients. With his relaxed style, and casual personality, Fox is a top producer for the Mortenson Family Dental group in Louisville, where he sees dentistry and music as, “a marriage of two great careers.” He says, “Art is such an integral part of dentistry. I find the motor skills I’ve developed playing an instrument help me perform dentistry.”
He performs with his band, Bryan Fox and the Good Chiggins, around Louisville and Nashville most weekends, where Mortenson Family Dental staff and patients are regulars in the audience. “It’s a nice excuse to hang out outside the office,” he says.
While he’s clearly an accomplished musician, Dr. Fox’s passion is really writing. He was surprised to learn, early in his career, “that most big artists don’t write their own songs.” He hopes to “write some great music I’m proud of, share it with people, and hopefully have some songs published and make a few dollars in royalties.”
Dr. Fox’s goal is, “To be happy doing what I’m doing.” And while he expects to be practicing dentistry for a long time, he confesses, “If I have to be the rock star and go on a worldwide tour, I’ll do it!”