We decided that, after using our last logo for five years, it was time for to tweak it a bit. We hope you like the new version!
Falling asleep at meetings?
With attention-grabbing presentation titles like “How to Outsmart an Embezzler” and “The Walletectomy”, we keep your meeting interesting.
Here are some places we will be speaking soon:
Durham Dental Society, Ajax ON
Niagara Peninsula Dental Association, Niagara Falls, ON
North Texas Premier Dental Forum, Fort Worth TX
Dentsply Sirona World, Las Vegas NV
Patterson Dental, Southlake, TX
Orthodontic Specialists of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City OK
Thompson Okanagan Dental Society, Kelowna BC
Sinclair Dental, Moncton NB
Innovative Study Group, Scottsdale AZ
Fresno Madera Dental Society, Fresno CA
Vancouver Study Club, Vancouver BC
Patterson Dental, Nashville, TN
Metro West Seminars, Omaha NB
Patterson Dental, Cincinnati OH
Patterson Dental, Columbus OH
Ortho 2 UGM, Savannah, GA
To book us for your meeting or study club, click HERE or call us at 888-398-2327.
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Guest Post — Dr. Doug Carlsen
Our friend Doug Carlsen is a former practicing dentist. He was able to retire at age 53 and now shares his wisdom on achieving financial freedom with the dental profession. He is also one of the nicest men you will ever meet.
We are honored that Doug made a video for us. Check it out here:
I got asked a great question the other day. I was speaking with a prospective client, and she asked, “What differentiates you from everyone else who investigates dental embezzlement?”
I paused for a second, wondering if I was too close to the problem to give a cogent answer.
My brief, but honest, answer was:
We limit ourselves to working with dentists only.
We have been doing this work for a long time and have well-established procedures and rigid quality controls.
Our dozen investigators are the most qualified, best trained, and most diverse, group in the business. 70% of our investigators have received the Certified Fraud Examiner designation, which is the “gold standard” for fraud investigation. 40% of our team are also licensed as private investigators. We all have dental backgrounds and understand that environment well.
We perform hundreds of dental embezzlement investigations annually. It is challenging to do this work well if you only do three or four investigations per year.
We have the ability to handle a wide variety of scenarios. For example, investigating orthodontic practices requires different knowledge than assisting general dentists. Many of our investigators have considerable expertise in specific software, situations, or types of practice.
So what do you think? If you had embezzlement concerns, wouldn’t you want to place your trust in a team like ours?
With summer ending and my speaking schedule picking up, I hope to see many of you somewhere soon. Thanks for reading.