Discussion in 'Denturist' started by twaite, Jul 28, 2014.
I'm wondering how it is working out and what the terms are?
Wouldnt that be a conflict of interest? If I spend $35k for school, I intend to keep any and all money from the hands of a dentist.
42k now in Sydney.
don't know about it.
I know of one very good effective partnership in the North Texas-Louisiana area.
The DDS places the implants and the denturist help with all the removable process.
Great team and both very down to earth and talented individual.
They have to travel with a tool kit with all their Hydrocast, etc.
Do not have the details on their compensation.
The closest relationship we have had as a Denturist office is to laisson with a couple of dentists who do extractions and we do the prosthesis. We both set our prices and service protocols independently, but co-operate to achieve Pt. satisfaction. Darrell. PS.. Beware of perceived power disparities. We know of Denturists who eventually get the shaft when working in dentist-owned offices.
Actually having a good relationship is mutually beneficial. If you can make it work in the states where you respect each other. There must be forward thinking dentists there somewhere surely? I like love working with my dentists. They refer patients and they follow my prescriptions for partial denture design/tooth modifications. I especially like being involved with C and B design that has a co/cr partial framework element to the treatment plan.
Fixed and removable implant work is more a support role, but the dentist/specialist really do value your input and are guided by it.
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