While horror stories have led to public outcry for state legislation, some mobile dentistry practitioners have gotten it right, like John Reese, DMD, whose successful pilot program in South Carolina schools launched a mobile dentistry enterprise. For every profit-driven operation that preys on captive patient populations, there are many practices that successfully treat the underserved. These dentists have the best interests of their patients at heart, are properly trained to offer quality care, keep good records, have amply equipped mobile facilities, and are eager to comply with lawmakers. Learn which states are enacting legislation to restrict mobile dentistry providers, and which have a long way to go.
With rampant fraud and stricter regulations, why would any dentist consider a mobile practice? Dental Access Mobile Clinics Founder Dr. John Reese explores a free enterprise solution to a public health problem. Follow him on his journey to "get it right," beginning with a program providing dental care to disadvantaged South Carolina school children. Learn about the business of mobile practice, the "astonishing" tax benefits, and the scope of mobile clinics and equipment available today. With sound business principles and systems in place, mobile dentistry is a win for patients, families, communities, and a rewarding and lucrative career for the dental professionals who serve them.
What would you do if your dental office was suddenly demolished by floods, tornadoes, earthquakes or another natural disaster? Or was even just temporarily shuttered due to construction, a small fire or burst pipes? Aside from losing business, a practice that shuts its doors even for a sort period of time rapidly loses its value. Dr. John Reese, founder of Dental Access Mobile Clinics, discusses what all dentists should have in their practice arsenal – a Plan B. Learn how renting a temporary dental office can be a practice saver that allows you to continue to see your patients, and generate income.