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So the weather right now over there is pretty Sana: Yeah, I was gonna say, let's see, let's check 81 degrees. It's great. . Michael: Oh man, that's winter right there for you guys. So in summer, how does summer look? Sana: It's like very hot, but I'm also not like a native Floridian, so for me, I'm like, oh, this feels great.Like, I don't know, I was made for the desert, so I Michael: like it. It's made for the desert. No, that's good. That's good. I, I hear Tampa Bay, it's really beautiful. So It is, yeah. Sana: I, my husband and I talk about it all the time, like it feels like we're on vacation. Mm-hmm. every day, and I'm like, wait, we live here.This is kinda cool. . So like, if we go to the beach, it's not like we have to like, pack up and like go to our hotel. We're like, okay, now we just have to drive to our house. So this is cool. Yeah. So it's nice. It, it definitely is a nice, nice place to Michael: be. Nice. Awesome. Okay, so son, tell us a little bit about your past, your present.How did you get to where you are today? Sana: Okay. I was like, how, how far back are we going? I was July 10th, 1991. I was born, no, I'm just kidding. , you were born Michael: July 10th, 1991. Sana: I was, yeah. I'm a. I'm Michael: 30. I'm 31. Sana: I'm 31. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Millennial as it gets, that's Michael: millennial as it gets. Okay, cool. So then talk to us about, I dunno, you can go as far back as you want, but like, okay.I Sana: won't go that far back. It's kind of boring. Like, you know, tons of like generational traumas and like all that, like stuff that you're trying to like break through and like, whatever. So we won't go through all that stuff that's like for therapy, but like professional. Right. Okay. So I, um, graduated high school oh nine and I went straight into like, um, Seven year dental program at Detroit Mercy. So, , I did three years undergrad and then you go like automatically into dental school as long as you like D a T scores, science, gpa, all that stuff. Mm-hmm. . So, I kind of decided, I was like, Hey, like I don't wanna live in Detroit for seven years of my life.I was born in Detroit, so that's cool. But I grew up in like suburbs of Chicago, so like I don't wanna live in Detroit. So I kind of decided, hey, I'm gonna get my bachelor's in three years so that way I can apply to any dental school I want and then I can move back home to Chicago. So that was like always the goal.Mm-hmm. . So I took, I remember one summer I took 21 credit hours of summer school at three different community colleges, Michael: and I was pregnant. Sana: And you were pregnant? And I was pregnant, yes. Surprise, surprise team mom. Anyways, everybody knows that, but it's fine. Who? Whoever didn't know it now knows it.Yeah. So I had a son when I was 19, but um, yeah, so like the summer that I was pregnant with him, I took 21 summer, like 21 credit hours of summer school. Mm-hmm. at three different community colleges. Cause I was like, no, I have to like, I have to graduate in three years. Like that's just my goal now. So I took all the like sociology and psycho, all the like required for your degree, but like not science courses all in summer.So graduated when I was 20 from college. That was cool. That was 2012 and then started dental school immediately. And so I did get into school back in Chicago. I went to Midwestern University in Downers Grove. So I did four years there. I decided to join the Army after I got outta our dental school. So I did the H P S P scholarship.Um, I commissioned when I was still an undergrad, so was in the army, got out. got outta dental school, became active duty in the Army. So that was four years. 2016 is when I graduated dental school. So 2016 to 2020 I was in, in the Army. I was stationed at Fort Hill, Oklahoma. So that's my, my lawyer.Okay. Yeah, . So I was stationed at Fort Sill, so I did four years active duty, which was fun, difficult, definitely, you know, you're kind of like trying to be a soldier, but also trying to be a dentist, trying to figure out how to be a soldier. Also, still trying to figure out how to be a dentist. So it was a lot of like figuring out for four years.and then I decided after I did my four year commitment that we were, yeah. That I was gonna get out. and I wanted to kind of explore private practice and like just being like a civilian dentist. So immediately that happened right when Covid started. So it's like a whole thing where like, . I felt like the world was ending.I mean, I'm sure everybody did when Covid ended, right? But I was getting out of the army where like everything is guaranteed benefits, guaranteed pay. Like, oh, I'm sitting at home because everything is shut down and I'm getting paid and I have like my Tricare medical benefits for my entire family and everything is great and dandy.And I was like giving up all of that security to like jump into like the real world where I'm like, I have to pay $1,500 a month to have health insurance for my children. what? Do you guys need it? Are you okay? Like, can you not fall down? Don't get sick. How about that? Like just, just drink your orange juice, like Rick Juice, like let's save $1,500.Like what is And. . I remember like, so when I was getting out of the army, my husband and I were both from Chicago, so we're like, okay, like let's, we were trying to like decide like, what do we wanna do? Like, do we move back to Chicago? Do we like pick somewhere new? Do we move to Texas? Like, what are we doing?And like, just, we were like, okay, we're gonna move to Florida. So literally we're like, Hey, now where do we move in Florida? Do we go to Miami? We're like, no, that's like two party. Party. And like, we're trying to like have a family and like kids , I don't wanna be in South Beach. Like if I'm down there, I'm gonna wanna be at South Beach and like ha like at a party.And I also my mom, and so I have kids so I can, that I, okay, we can't go to Miami. Miami is off the table. So, okay. How about Orlando? And I'm like, no. Like I hate traffic. And also like, it's very touristy. So like, okay, we're not moving to Orlando. And so we're like, all right, let's move Tampa. Like, Tampa's like up and coming.Like I was like, it's like the Austin of Florida. Like that's like the way I had like term, I was like, it's the Austin of Florida. Yeah. Cause my like, best friend lives lives in Austin and so we like moved here and this is like before Tom Brady was here. Michael: Cause I thought you were following Tom Brady, but nevermind. Sana: Yeah. I was like, before selling Tampa, like we were here just like, so I didn't move here cause everybody's moving here. We literally picked it and we're like, we're gonna go there. So, yeah. So we moved here like June of 2020. So it's like, what the height of Covid, like the middle of Covid.Mm-hmm. . And as I'm like moving, so my husband got, my husband's a high school teacher, so he like got a job. He was like ready to go. And then I had a job, like as an associate everything's shut down. And so like we're moving here in June and in April they're like, Hey, like by the way, we have to pull your contract.Like, sorry, you can't work here. And we're like, what? I'm like, wait, hold on. Excuse me. like I just can't work here for like the month of April and May because I wasn't gonna be there anyways. Like it's fine. Yeah. And they're like, no, never like until we figure out what's happening with Covid. I was like, people still need dentists during Covid.It's fine. I'll wear a mask. I need a job. You need a dentist? I'm coming. that didn't happen. That didn't happen. So they pulled my contract and I was like, in my head I was like, do I just like stay in the army? I was like, oh, so I should just stay in the army. Like that's like my logical thing.I was like, pull my packet. Like I'm sit, captain Yiv is staying, guys, don't worry, I'm not going anywhere. I'm still here. Don't worry. Like not leaving. But my husband's like, no, I have a job in Florida. Like, we're moving. Like, it's fine. We'll figure it out. My husband's like very, like, we'll figure it out. And I'm like, no.Like we must plan. Like I must have a plan for my plan for the backup plan. Like that's how I am. So we're like very opposite and he just is very like, go with it. So like in my head, like, we're moving here. I was like, we should like rent a place, get the lay of the land, like figure it out. Like, and my husband's like, no, I don't wanna move twice.Like, we're just gonna, we should just buy a house when we get, we should just buy a house. And I'm like, dude, like it's covid. Like we have, we haven't, we can't fly there to look at house. We don't need to look at it. They can FaceTime us. is that? What happened? Michael: Yes. , Sana: My husband was like, no, it's fine.They can just FaceTime us. That's fine. So the realtor literally like FaceTimed us. We like saw this house. She sent us some videos and we're like, all right, like let, yeah, let's, okay, let's buy it. Sure. Cool. So like we bought this house site, zine, site unseen. Michael: Is it better than what you expected or worse?Sana: Yeah, I'm like so grateful. I'm like I said, a prayer. My husband actually, like, I was still like filing out, so I couldn't leave Oklahoma as soon as he could. Cause I still have to do like all my paperwork and whatever with the army. And we like got a call like, Hey, your furniture's gonna get delivered on Monday.And we're like, wait, what? Like you guys said it was gonna take two weeks. So like we're all planning like two weeks. Like it'll be perfect timing. So, Once it goes into storage, like, I don't know, I'm sure like everybody who's listening who has done like a military move understands like, do not put your stuff in the storage if it is gonna get delivered straight to your house.Like you accept it, you accept the shipment to your house and you drive 19 hours without stopping to Florida to get your household goods. Otherwise you'll see it in 90 days. Yeah, because once it's a storage, it's gone. So literally my husband and my son got in a car and drove from Oklahoma to Florida.Saturday they left and then Monday our stuff got delivered and they were there to accept the shipment. So anyways, and my husband like calls me, he's like, wow, babe. The front hall's actually a lot bigger than it looked like in the video. And I'm like, I'm so glad that's unthankful . Michael: Really? This is the one thing I wantedSana: It's like I'm so glad that it's like a welcoming the entryway. This is so good. Yeah, so it's so funny. But yeah, so we moved here 2020. Thankfully I like found an associate position. literally in May, we got here in June and like in May, I was just like submitting my Indeed application to like everybody and their mom.And I was like, oh, like you would like somebody at this nursing home to check people's dentures. Of course, yes. Please take my application. Yes, I will come do that. That's what you need. I will do that. . It was, I literally, I think I submitted my, I think people are still responding to my Indeed applications like three years later.we found a great position for you. I was like, not interested, not looking. Thank you. Stop. Stop. S t stop. Unsubscribe, . So yeah, I literally applied to everything that I could think of. So got a job that was cool. Started my first associate position like two weeks after I moved down here. And so at that point it was,It's like culture shock. Like all of a sudden I'm like a dentist in private practice and it's very different than being a dentist in the military. And all of a sudden you're like, oh, like people have to pay for the things that I'm telling them. Like it's just not all free and included. Yeah. And then they don't trust me.Like they think I'm just trying to make money off of them. And I'm like, no, like I'm telling you this because like, you need this, right? Like you need these fillings or you need this crown. And they're like, like, you just want me to pay for your Mercedes. I was like, dude, I drive a Volkswagen, but thank you.Michael: But I would like a Mercedes. So Sana: yes, those are expensive. Tell me about it. How do I ? So if you do this, actually you know what? You should let your tooth fall out. So then you need a, an extraction and then auto the input. And that'll help me pay. Michael: That'll help pay. Yeah. that was like a culture shock then, Sana: It was very like sticker shock and like, honestly, okay, coming from the military, like that was my first experience as a dentist was like dental school where everything's like $5 and nobody cares how you do it because you're a student and you're just trying to learn. And then it's the military where it's like everything's free because they're all soldiers and we're like serving the soldier.We're like getting the soldiers ready for going down range and like being deployable and whatever. and this is gonna sound really bad, but I'm gonna tell you guys the truth. I'm gonna say the truth. in the Army, I got paid exactly the same if I did a filling or I did a crown, or if I watched Game of Thrones in my office.Like, if I told you you needed a filling, it's because you really needed it. I would've preferred to be watching something in my office, I'm getting paid to like sit here and like type some things and like eat my food and like watch Netflix on my phone. I got paid the exact same.So like, yeah, for me, like that's kind of where I got my like treatment planning philosophies was like, oh, you absolutely need, like, you need this and so we're gonna do it. And I think that's, I mean, of course all dentists do that, right? Like, you need this, we're gonna do it. Some people are a little bit more aggressive on the treatment planning side.Some people are a little bit more conservative. I'm very conservative. Like, I would like to give you the benefit of the doubt. Like let's watch if we can. And if I'm like, no, like we can't watch 86 things like you, you need fillings. Sorry. Mm-hmm. . But I think that was kind of. . The switch for me was like, I'm telling people they need these things because they really need them.I wanna be watching tv. You need these fillings. I'm doing these fillings for you. So now I'm in the real world and people are like, well, you just want me to pay for your car. But I'm like, no, but you really just need these fillings. you're not paying for my car. I don't understand what's happening right now.And so it was, it was like a very like, weird, like and it was like, also like covid. And everybody's like, well, can you put your mask? I was like, I have two masks on. Thank you. what do you want from me? I don't understand what I'm a yellow banana suit. I have three masks on. I don't, I don't get it.Like, and you don't want this filling, and I don't want to do this filling. So I'm gonna get covid because I'm doing this filling on you. yeah, yeah. I have the short end of the stick here, guys. I don't want $26 and 15 cents from Humana for this filling, but you need it. So here we are. And like, yeah.So that was like deep dive, like into like private practice. , and I mean, I technically worked for like a corporate office mm-hmm. , and it was a, it was a different type of like, corporate, it wasn't like corporate, corporate, it was just like, like more private practice feel, but still corporate. I don't know if that makes sense.But Yeah. I mean, and there were some like really great things about it and some knots. So really great things about it. I did find myself, and maybe it's like my, innate leadership ability, I guess, if you wanna call it, or like my four years in the Army where I was like forced to be a leader.So now I'm always just like thinking of like, how can we do things better? How can we do this more productive, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, whatever. So I'm over here like, just turning this dude's practice around basically like a mini like owner. Like, okay, like guys, like, we need to like really hone in on our ordering.Like, why are we ordering 86 different types of composite? We don't need that. Like, we use two things. So let's like stick to those two things. Mm-hmm. , like whatever, like, just like really streamlining things and like, Switched the whole practice around. Everybody's like, wow, we like patients, staff.Everybody's like, we just love coming here. It's so great. And I'm like, oh, you're welcome guys. I'm And yeah, so then at that moment I was like, wait, I'm like doing this for somebody else. So like why don't I do this for me? And that's kind of like where like the whole like switch happened a little bit where I was like, well, I should, I could, I could do this for myself.Okay. So I'm also like very like squirrel brained. So like all of this is gonna connect, I promise this will all connect. It's connect. Yeah. It's connected. Yeah. So I'm gonna pause that story for a second. I'm gonna tell another story and then I'm gonna connect the two stories. Okay. Okay. So whoever, maybe if somebody like from the Texas State Board can like message me on Instagram and tell me how this happened, feel free.But when I was in the military, so I was in Oklahoma, which was right above Texas, and so I had my Texas license and my Oklahoma license. . I got my Texas license in 2017, just like for reference of timeframe. I got my Texas license and then all of a sudden I get a call from somebody and they were like, Hey, where from blah, blah, blah.Like real estate company. Like are you interested in like opening up your own practice? And like, and so, you know, we'd love to help you like find some space, whatever. Actually I think I can just say it like, it's fine. Cuz they helped me. This is why I ended it was Excite Realty. a, a healthcare realty firm or whatever.So they have an office in Texas. They have an office in Florida. So, calls me, this guy calls me, what was his name? Tristan, Tristan called me and I was like, no, Tristan, I'm in the Army. Like I am not looking to open my prac.Like, I'm literally like active duty military. Like I'm not opening a practice. Like, thank you. And I'm like also not very like. , please don't call me. Stop calling me. I was like, yeah, like, not right now. Tristan, thanks for calling. Like have a great day, whatever. Okay. He's like, all right, sounds good. I guess he like kept me on his list.Mm-hmm. , because he literally called me every October until 2021. Oh man. Yeah, he was like very persistent. Tristan was very persistent and so it's like 2017 all the way, 2021. So like at this point, so he calls me in 2021 and this time I was like, yo, I'm not even in Oklahoma anymore, bro. I don't even have my Texas license anymore.Like, so I like, at this point I was like a little bit more assertive also, I had an eight month old baby, so I was like probably sleep deprived. just all the things like, yeah, you know what? So I just was like, Kristen, stop calling me. So this was the first time in like, what, five years that I said it to him, Hey Tristan, listen, I'm not in Oklahoma.I'm not in Texas. I'm not gonna open a practice in Texas. Like I just, what? Can you take me off the call list? Like, thank you so much. He's like, oh doctor, real quick. Where are you? I was like, I live in Florida now. I live in Florida. And he was like, oh, we have a branch in Florida, bro. What? ? Michael: Yeah. I Sana: was like, Christine.I was like, and so, okay, fine. You know what? I was like, literally, and I remember this, I literally remember this because I was so, I was like nursing my daughter, she was eight months old. I'm sitting in the car at the outlet mall, like, so I don't remember my mother-in-law, somebody was in the mall and I was like, I'm just gonna sit in the car nurse her, like, just leave me alone.So, and I answered the phone to tell him, please stop calling me. And then he's like telling me like, well we have a, we have a location in Florida. And I'm like, Tristan, . Okay, what do I have to pay you? Like, let's just start there. Like what does this cost me? Like you keep telling me like, what does this cost me?And so this is like at that junction where I'm like doing all this for this other guy, like building up his practice and I'm like, I should do this for myself. Then Tristan calls me and I'm like, well, okay, maybe I should like entertain it. Like, okay, Tristan, how much does it cost? And he is like, oh, you don't pay anything.The landlord pays for it. I was like, this is Bri. Why did you start with that in 2017? Dude? open with that. Open with this doesn't cost you anything. Like maybe I would've been nicer for the last five years. Who would've thought? Yeah, so, okay, all right. I was like, all right, okay, let's give this the shot.And this was like kind of when my startup journey like began, oh no, sorry, this is October of 2020. So this is, yeah, 20, 23 years. Three years there. Mm-hmm. 20 17, 20 20, yeah. October of 2020. So I was like, okay, fine. Entertain me. That's fine. Let's see. So I gave him like what my like. to do my list was like what?Like what I want. Perfect practice, whatever. And like the place that I live is very like up and coming, so it's not like established. And there's a lot of like families coming in here. So like everybody from like California and New York. everybody that's like coming down here from there is like now moving to Wesley Chapel. So it's very like up and coming. So this is also where I live. And so I was like, Hey guys, like I want a practice like where I live.Okay. Like in retrospect, maybe I shouldn't have done that, but that's a whole other story. But I was like, I want something like close to home, like two minutes from my house, I can go home for lunch. Like this is great. Like that's what I want. So it's very specific. Is Michael: it right now two minutes from your house?Sana: five minutes from my house. Yeah. Oh man. Yeah. Yeah. Like we can't be that. so I gave him like this like list where I was like, this is like finding a unicorn, they won't be able to do this.Mm-hmm. . And I took, I was like, look, I really like my position. I'm making good money. I'm happy in what I'm doing. The thought has crossed my mind if the stars in the moon align, like, yeah, maybe I'll do it. So off you go, do your homework. Bye. So obviously like this area's up and coming, there's no practice acquisitions because everybody is a millennial dentist, so they're not retiring.Mm-hmm. , or they're like too young to be retiring. So there's no nothing to acquire around here. So it's all like, it has to be a startup. So we're looking, looking, looking. We found a few places like, you know, and so like the type of person I am, I'm always like prepared for like the other shoe to drop, right?So I told Tristan, all right, yeah, dude, put me in touch with your Florida guy. Let's do it whatever. Florida dude contacts me and then give him his homework. And I'm like, he's not gonna find anything, but that's fine. So I'm just waiting, like at some point I was like, this entire process will end somewhere.it won't ever complete because they won't find a location, we won't find the lease, the construction budget will be out of wac, like whatever, right? Like something's just not gonna align and then it won't happen. Mm-hmm. . So we started this search October of 2020 for reference. I signed my lease in July of 2021, October, 2020 to July of 2021.So, and we started like Lois and stuff in March of 2021. . So it took me a while. Mm-hmm. for us to like really just like get things together. and again, like I said, the entire time I'm waiting for like the other shoe to drop. So, yeah. So we like found a place, it was this really awesome, like in an ortho building, and I was like, oh, this is perfect.Like there's an orthodontist in this building, there's this like endo, there's perio, and then like, I can be here. Like this is cool. Like everybody I would refer to is like just right around me. Anyways, like that was the first LOI I put in, and that didn't go anywhere because the guy decided to like, keep it for himself.I'm like, bro, why would you waste my time? Like, yeah, it's fine, whatever. So then we put in like an L LOI at another place, which I had a feeling like it wasn't gonna work at that place, but I just like rolled with the punches. I'm like, all right, yeah, whatever, whatever. So we put in our l o I and in there in my head, like I had already put in there that I wanna have like cosmetic procedures.potentially Botox, fillers, whatever, that type of stuff. I wanna be able to do it at some point. Mm-hmm. . And they were like, yeah, no, you can't do that. Like, there's an ALTA in this plaza so you can't do cosmetic procedures. I'm like, what? Michael: Isn't Alta like just like hair? Or let's Sana: make up, I was like, I was like, because the, because they do free makeup if you buy $50 worth of makeup.And that's considered called is. Is that what like, wait, I have no idea. He like, wouldn't give me any insight. I was like, bro, what? Like literally I was just like, what? I was so confused and so like, I tried like a little bit to negotiate this leave. Mm-hmm. and I was like, ok, fine. I can look past that. Like this is like on the second floor and Okay.Like everybody knows how complicated dental plumbing is. Right? So the first floor, like whatever was below that space, was already like built out. Mm-hmm. . So we had told them like we would need to go through their ceiling. to do our plumbing, but we'll do it like after hours on the weekends. Like we will not disrupt business hours.And the landlord's like, Nope, not allowed. We're like, can we like ask the the person else it? I was like, no. He was like, no, not allowed. We're like, all right, well here's your l o I. Here's your lease. Bye. Like, okay, this. So like at that point I'm like, see guys, like this is why I'm not committed to anything.Like, cuz I knew what was gonna happen. Yeah. I already lost like two places at this point. I've spent like $5,000 on lease reviews to go nowhere. I'm like, well this is just really stupid. I'm like, this is a lot of money. And I was like, now I need to go work extra hours at my job. Like, this is dumb. Yeah. So then I found this.and we're like, okay, so we're doing the lease review. And like the landlord here, same thing was like, there was just like so much back and forth. They have never like leased out to a dentist. So they just trusted nothing because we don't have, like, I don't have like a solid business plan. It's like me, my word document that I made with all my projected things that I'm like, I can accomplish all of these things because I believe in myself and here's my business plan and this is what most dentists do and this is what's projected.And here you go, enjoy. Right? And they're like, yeah, no, that's like not real. Like this is all made up. And I'm like, you're right, it is. I made it all up. It was really great . And they're like, great. I made all that up. It's so great. I made it up on my kitchen table, so it's fine. Yeah. Um, yeah. And so that was very difficult for them to like, trust us.Like, trust me. Mm-hmm. , they're like, you won't be able to pay your rent. I was like, I mean, your rent's a little high, so, Couldn't Michael: negotiate that down a little bit. Negotiate, you're probably right. Sana: Little high's a little high, but whatever. so, yeah. So we ended up negotiating that lease and it worked out and I signed my lease July of 2021 and that was it.And then we signed the lease and we were here. Okay. So that's like one pause, that's like one story. We're gonna pause right there. Okay. Okay. So I have three kids by the way. Okay. So I, three kids. I have a 12 year old, I have a three-year-old and I have a nine month old. Yeah. So, yeah. So after my second, yes, so after I had my first two kids, I was like, yeah, like I'm not having, I'm not having any more kids.Like I can't. Maybe t m i, but whatever, like real life here it is. Like I had fertility problems, so like mm-hmm. , having my daughter was very difficult. And like after going through that, my husband are like, okay. Yeah. Like, okay, we're good. Like we got one boy, we got one girl. Like, it's good. Like we're done.Yeah. Okay. So like, that's fine. Right. Okay. Tell me why. Like August of 2021, I found out I was Michael: as soon as you, when did you sign the, in July of 2021. And then in August. How were you, talk to me about that thought process when that happened. Like how were you thinking in the sense of like, why me, why now? Or were you like, this is great, this is fantastic. Sana: No, I was like, so how do I get outta his leaseI was like, wait a minute. Ok. I was like, it's fine. Right? It's fine. We can get out of it. Like, dude, I signed a 15 year lease. it's a very long lease. Yeah. So, yeah, no, I was like, what? That can't be right. That's, that's not true. That's not true life. And it was, it was a very true life. And I remember when my, when I started with my consultant, he told me two things, do not make any big purchases and do not get pregnant.Who is your consultant? Mike Ncio. Next level consultant. Okay. Yeah, Michael: yeah, yeah. How do you like Sana: working with them? Oh my god, he was amazing. Awesome. I think I referred like everybody to him and he is awesome. So everybody who's watching this should also go call Mike because he is literally amazing. And all of this would not be here if it wasn't for him.because he got me through a lot of crap, like a lot like dude, I was like a hormonal person, right? Like my diapers are really Michael: expensive. Diapers are, they still aren't really expensive. They're expensive. And Sana: I just sleep trained My eight month old or how old is she? No, she's a year and a half. Oh God, no.My son now is nine months old. Kidding. Everything confused. Like that's how discombobulated I am. But yeah, no, Mike really helped me through a lot of stuff. And so I called him and I was like, Hey Mike, I have to tell you something. And I remember this like, he was the, besides my husband, who also didn't believe me that I was pregnant.Mike was the second person that I told that I was pregnant. And he also didn't believe me. He like thought I was joking. Yeah. And I was like, no, I'm not. Like I'm, I'm serious. I'm so serious. p my entire like buildout, I was also building a human inside my body. That was kind. Yeah. So, yes.Michael: That's pretty intense. Mm. That's Sana: okay. And so we opened in March of 2022. My son was born on four 20 of 2022. Michael: Yeah. Sana: Wait, did you catch his Michael: birthday April? Oh, oh, okay. I was like, I thought just a month later, I don't get it, but No, yeah, yeah, I get it. Sana: But yes, it was a month later, literally, so like I opened and it was, I was like literally nine months pregnant when I opened.And then I had my son a week a month later, and then two weeks after I had him, you better believe I did 17 fillings on my first day back, man. Michael: Yeah. So, okay. So you opened your practice, right? Yeah. And we can talk about, like, a little bit about the whole part of, uh, opening up. I actually wanted to go back a little bit and talk about that generational trauma, but we can do that another episode or something like that.But when it comes to the opening up the practice and now you're, how many months or years open now? Sana: so 11 months open now. Michael: Okay. And has, how does the trajectory look? Has it been like Sana: okay, so it was like this, okay, so we are like hyping up to like open, like open, and then it's like give birth, boom,Okay, cool. So it's like, okay, so, so we're here like, oh, everything's really cool. People like this pregnant dentist. Like, okay, she's so cute. Oh my God, you're having a baby. Oh, practice. We're so proud of you have a baby. Literally like rapid decline. And then I came, so I came back from maternity leave, like I came back from maternity.Okay. Just two weeks count as maternity leave. No, it doesn't. I came back from giving birth. Yeah, right. 10 days later. Okay. I was like, I'll be back from vacation guys. I'll be our B. Just, yeah. Don't let anything break when I, you know, until I get back. Literally. . So then when I got back I was only seeing patients like once a week because I was like, guys, I just had a baby.Like I need to heal a little bit. So like Michael: need to heal. You just gave life, you need to heal a little bit. Sana: Also some stitches like, don't mind me, but like I, you know, one day a week. Yeah. So came back one day a week and then in, so that was like all of May. I was here for one day a week and then in June is when I came back, like came back from maternity leave.So that was like three days a week. And then in May I'm just like trying to like build this back up like very slowly to like get ready for June. So we're like building back up. And then my hygienist, cause I hired a hygienist cause I hate h sorry, hygienist, but like, it's probably like for the benefit of my patients that everybody doesn't get a deep cleaning.Cuz if I see them, that's what they would get. Oh. Because it's I don't have the hands of an angel. So. . I have a hygienist against all the things that everybody says for startups, you don't need it, do your own hygiene, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. Anyways, I got a hygienist, so literally as I'm like recovering from birth giving, she gives me her notice cuz she's like, Hey.Yeah, right. Freaking heartland. She was like, Hey Doc, like I need benefits and this Heartland office is gonna like give me medical insurance for my kid. And I was like, you know, like I respect that. Mm-hmm. and I like, can't be mad at you for it. So thank you for the couple of days that you gave me. Good luck.I'll send you your W2 next year. And, uh, how many Michael: employees at this time have you had? Sana: okay. I feel like I have a lot of employees. Again, another topic for another day because against all startup things, I think I have like, I'm like, just like way overstaffed, but like in a good way. How many do you have right now?Oh my God. Okay. Lemme count. I'm my office manager, Diana. I have my treatment coordinator who is like double serving as my assistant right now because long story short, my assistant quit last week, so that was kind of cool. Anyways, so my treatment coordinator Casie, so it's two.Mm-hmm. . Then I have my hygienist, three, I have my life assistant. That's a whole other topic for another Michael: life assistant you said? Yes. Okay. And she works at the practice? Sana: Yeah, she does like things for me here and then she would like do things for me, like all the errands that I would need to do, like all like a bunch of like admin stuff that like, it's not like office manager stuff, it's just like more like me stuff, but like, I just like responding to emails and like she runs my social media and like just that kind of stuff.Okay. But now since last week we've had a lot of changes, so now she's at the front desk, so she's. receptionist also now. Okay. She's like, my life is slash office receptionist. That's four. And then I have a nurse practitioner because I'm also a med spa. So that's a whole other topic. Yes. So five. And then my nurse practitioner has a medical assistant, so that's six.Michael: Okay. So you have six employees in total. Why'd you decide to become a med spa? How did you like H? How's that coming along? The med spa Sana: part? Oh my god. It's like a whole other story. Okay. Okay. So we'll back up. So when I was making this like concept, right? Mm-hmm. , people hate the dentist. People love the spa.So I was like, oh yeah, like we'll make this like dental experience, very spa-like that was like the goal spa-like dental experience. So then I'm doing my branding and all this stuff, so I'm like, oh yeah, dental studio and spa. So like in my head when I'm like, it's a spa dental studio. There's aromatherapies, you get fuzzy blankets, you get noise canceling headphones.Like all the millennial stuff, right? Like all the millennial things. Yeah. And that's what, that's what it was in my head. And then I started like doing all this, like marketing and stuff and people are like, so what's the spa? And I'm like, it's the fuzzy blanket. and this. Branded Chapstick, Oh, you wanted a facial? Yeah. I don't have that. Sorry. Oh, Michael: okay. Sana: Oh, you want a massage? Yeah, we don't do those here. Sorry. that's how it started. I was like, okay, so people are respecting a spa, like, okay, sounds good. So like, eight months pregnant, opening a scratch startup, and people want a freaking spa.So I'm like, what the heck? What? So I had like, I have four, I had four empty ops. Cause so my office has seven ops. I got equipment for three, and then I had four empty ones. I was like, all right, we're gonna rent one of these out to an esthetician. There you go. Wesley Chapel, here's your facial. Come and get one.There you go. Yeah. , I rented it, I rented out a room to an esthetician and then, so that was whatever, like, I'm, I wasn't like really in charge of anything. Like she did her own thing. It was just like rented space. And I was like, oh, thanks for like the $500 for my super expensive rent. Yeah. Put that Michael: towards that as one.Wait real quick. Put a timeout. How much is Sana: rent? Oh my God. Stop. We really wanna know. It's like $8,000. Michael: How many, how many ops do you have? Seven. Are they all plumbed and, oh, okay. Sana: But that's just my rent. Like I'm just paying this guy to pay his mortgage. Michael: Was there any free rent? Six months. What was your tie?Sana: Allowance?Oh my god. What was it? 72,000. Not a lot of thousands. Not Michael: enough . Not a lot of thousands. I'm looking to be a millionaire. Not a thousandaire. What is wrong with that man? Like, what is Sana: this? I was like, dude, I was like, I'm signing a 15 year lease, 15 years. I was like, the baby that's in my stomach will be 15 years old.Oh yeah. Like he'll be getting his license. That's how long this lease is. Okay, thank you. Michael: So here's showing 2000. Yeah. Okay. Okay. So un paused back to the, the spot. Sana: Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So then I got the esthetician and then people were getting facials and that was cool. And then I was like, oh, I wanna do Botox and fillers and like I had taken a course for it, but I'm the type of person, like I'm a perfectionist, like, I don't wanna do it.but I know people want Botox and fillers. I kind of nervous, so I got a nurse practitioner. I was like, ah, like one day a week, just like, come, like, Botox these people up. Mm-hmm. , we started doing that. And then I guess like all the laser reps in the United States, just, I, I don't, I don't understand, like, do they have like a, oh, this person advertised that they do Botox.Let's go attack them with our sales rep, Venus Literally they would like just, they would just show up. They would just show up at the front desk. this is before my therapist taught me that I have to put boundaries. Okay. So like, I've, I've done a lot of therapy in my life. Hang out again.Michael: Pause you going, you going to therapy? Hell yeah. What, when did you start going? Sana: So I was in therapy before When I went through like all the oh my god, there's like so much you don't know about me, but , , there's a lot. I just met you right now. just met me.There's so much you don't know about me. But, so I went through like all this stuff, like in high school, like in college, whatever, like teen mom, like okay, like all this like traumatic, traumatic stuff, right? So like, just like a synopsis, like I'm a survivor of like domestic abuse and sexual assault, right?So like that's like a lot of my traumas. And so I was going to therapy before, but I was like lying in therapy and like just F y I, if you lie in therapy, it doesn't work. So I was lying in therapy and it didn't work very well. So I stopped going to therapy and then I restarted therapy last year maybe.Yeah, I started restarted therapy last year and now I have this really awesome therapist who's like a mom therapist. and she just like understands like working moms. Anyways, Michael: my therapist what, real quick, what made you want to start therapy? Sana: as you can tell, I have the brain of a squirrel and I have a lot of things I need to talk about.And my husband doesn't understand anything about dentistry. He also doesn't understand anything about owning a business. He also is not a mom. And I just like, I basically talk to patients. I talk to my staff, I talk to my kids, I talk to my husband and that's it. I was like, I need an outlet.Like also I have all of these like negative coping mechanisms and I have zero boundaries, so I literally gotta get my together. negative coping mechanism is basically like, , I'll just like let people just do whatever and I like, don't, I just like, I'm like, OK, sounds good. Like I'm very like PE people pleaser. Even if I'm like, no, like I don't wanna do that. Like, or I'm like always just like preparing for the worst. So like, I'll be like in this like really great like celebratory moment and I'm like, I need to prepare for like the apocalypse.And it's like, dude, we're literally just eating Taco Bell. Can you relax? Yeah. And well, no I can't, I can't celebrate this Mexican pizza comeback right now. . I'm afraid that the Mexican pizza will also then be taken off the menu. So the Michael: Mexican pizza combo, , it didn't get taken off. Didn't it again? Or, I dunno.It's Sana: not taken off. Okay. Then it came back and now. , I'm supposed to celebrate this comeback of the Mexican pizza, but in my head I know that they will take it away again. Michael: Okay, . So those are the negative coping mechanisms. What I mean, ok, I Sana: get you, I get you Like very, more like dramatic, like other types of things, but that's just like me trying to again, like deflect and make something a joke, like that's another negative coping mechanism.I just make all this serious stinky stuff a joke all the time and I'm like, it's, it's fine. It's ok. It's ok. I like, you know, like that meme where it's like everything's on fire around Michael: other guy. Like, it's fine. This is fine. This is fine. Sana: It's, it's fine. Yeah. That's like me as a person. Michael: Okay. Okay. Okay. So un pause, fast, fast forward back Sana: to the, the med spa and the laser reps and having no boundaries.Like, I would be like, oh yeah, if somebody wants to like, come talk to me, like, yeah, just let them know. Whatever. Right? So I'm like getting pulled out of the operatory. They're like, oh, doc, so and so wants to talk to you, so and so called for you. And I'm like, oh, cool. Ok. And I'm like, wait, I can't talk to all these people.Like I just, I can't do it. And I'm also really bad at saying no. So somehow these guys come in, then they convince me with all their sales preppiness that I need a Morpheus machine. And I'm like, yeah, you're right. I wanna get rid of my double G. So, you're right. Let's get a amorphous, it's fine. Let's do it.Okay. That's a lot of thousands of dollars. Okay. Sounds good. Did you get it? Yeah, I, I got it. Michael: Man, their sales preppiness is good. Huh? Sana: Or my boundaries are lacking. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Michael: Like that's true. You could have just been so looking at IT app, but what have you improved that or what, what's going on with Sana: that?Yeah. No, I've improved it. I stopped buying stuff. I've been cut off, so I'm not buying things anymore. Mm-hmm. , but I've also. . I was just, I just was looking like, where is, how is society going? Like what's like on the up and on, the up and up and it's med spas that is on the up and up, right?Mm-hmm. , everybody wants to be in aesthetics and cosmetics and this and that and whatever. And so I'm like, all right, well people are expecting a spa, so we're gonna make it a freaking spa and we're gonna become a med spa. Like, that's it. We're doing it. I don't wanna be like, oh yeah, come get your facial.Like, no, you can go down to the salon suite down there. Go get your facial over there. Mm-hmm. , we have lasers here. We have a medical director that's this, this person is the medical director. Like we do medical things here. So it just like was a really quick, like all of a sudden it started as Botox and fillers.Then all these reps are coming in and they're like telling me about all this like, cool stuff. And I'm like, wait, like why aren't we incorporating this? Like that just like makes natural sense, right? And then my practitioner, she used to work at another med spa, she had all that experience and I was, I was like asking her, I was like, well, what could we do to like build this side of the office?&
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Dr. Howland sits down with fitness infuencer, incredible mom & amazing human Shelly Rudd in this episode of The Naked Patient. They discuss her experience with breast surgery, how she got into the fitness world, and the importance of ownership in all things!
Today's Episode Dr. Raj talks with Dr. Rand McClain about his athletic background and many different career paths and how they led to his interest in Anti-Aging medicine and how to improve longevity and performance in our lives. Today's Guest Though nutrition and wellness have been ingrained in Dr. Rand McClain since childhood, his journey to becoming a leader in alternative and progressive medical treatments has been anything but orthodox. From being the earliest promoted to senior account manager in Deloitte's history at the time, to his stint as a professional boxer in Argentina, to being accepted to medical school at age 37 after being repeatedly told it was impossible, Dr. Rand has never been a fan of the “status quo”. Dr. Rand's patients (many of which are A-List celebrities and world-class athletes) come to his practice, Regenerative and Sports Medicine, in search of the innovative treatments in which he specializes. From bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), hyperbaric oxygen therapy, cryotherapy, platelet rich plasma and stem cell therapies, Dr. Rand has dedicated the past 35 years to redefining what it means to be in optimal health. Dr. McClain earned his medical degree at Western University and completed his internship at the University of Southern California's Keck School of Medicine Residency Program (U.S.C. California Hospital) and has worked with some of the best and original innovators in Sports, Rejuvenative, Regenerative (“Anti-Aging”), Cosmetic and Family Medicine. Pre-Order Cheating Death Today Follow Dr Rand McClain on: Instagram Twitter YouTube Facebook LinkedIn About Dr. Raj Dr Raj is a quadruple board certified physician and associate professor at the University of Southern California. He was a co-host on the TNT series Chasing the Cure with Ann Curry, a regular on the TV Show The Doctors for the past 7 seasons and has a weekly medical segment on ABC news Los Angeles. Want more Dr. Raj? Check out the Beyond the Pearls lecture series! The Ultimate High Yield Bundle: The complete review of high-yield clinical medicine topics necessary for graduate medical education board exams including NBME, USMLE Steps 1/2/3, ITE and ABIM Boards. You can also listen to the Beyond the Pearls podcast. Check out our other shows: Physiology by Physeo Step 1 Success Stories The InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast The InsideTheBoards Podcast Produced by Ars Longa Media To learn more about us and this podcast, visit arslonga.media. You can leave feedback or suggestions at arslonga.media/contact or by emailing email@example.com. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan and Erin McCue. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional or medical advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Be sure to schedule a consult with Dr. Rand at TTHormones.comLearn more about True Transformation at 3MFatLoss.comDr. Rand McClain has always been passionate about nutrition and wellness, and he's taken an unconventional path to become a leading expert in alternative and progressive medical treatments. He's accomplished a lot in his life, from being the youngest senior account manager at Deloitte to pursuing a career as a professional boxer in Argentina. Despite being told that he couldn't do it, he went back to school at age 37 and became a doctor. Dr. Rand doesn't believe in following the "status quo," and that's what sets him apart. He's known for his innovative treatments, like bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and cryotherapy. His patients include A-list celebrities and world-class athletes who seek out his expertise at his practice, Regenerative and Sports Medicine. Dr. Rand has spent the last 35 years redefining what it means to be in optimal health, and he earned his medical degree at Western University and completed his internship at the University of Southern California's Keck School of Medicine Residency Program. He's worked with some of the best and original innovators in Sports, Rejuvenative, Regenerative ("Anti-Aging"), Cosmetic, and Family Medicine.In his brand new book Cheating Death, he takes a fresh approach to genetics, natural aging, and proactive medical treatments. Dr. McClain founded the Regenerative and Sports Medicine Clinic in Santa Monica, where he specializes in alternative and cutting-edge treatments. He shares the best drugs and supplements, treatment methods, and devices that are backed by extensive research and his own work with patients. This includes little-known treatments that can reverse the effects of injuries, diagnostic and screening technologies that detect early onset disease, breakthrough methods to slow down or reverse aging, and steps to enhance gene expression and sidestep poor family genetics.Dr. McClain shows readers how to access these therapies and jumpstart the body's regenerative processes, leading to improvements in mood swings, depression, anxiety, hormone balance, sexual function, muscle strength, stamina, pain relief, and a more youthful appearance. Traditional medicine saves lives, but it has limitations. Doctors and institutions often don't explore promising options outside of their expertise or dismiss non-Western medicines, plant-based therapies, and new technologies. Many can't keep up with research around health innovations. Researchers around the globe are taking the first steps toward a revolution in healthcare, but treatments have been limited to a select few with access to them.Cheating Death, bolstered with research and recovery stories from real people, gives readers the tools to live healthier, longer lives.
HRT involves taking hormones to replace those that your body has stopped making or doesn't make enough of. For women, this is usually estrogen and progesterone. For men, it's testosterone. There are various ways to take these hormones – pills, dermal patches or gels, creams, or suppositories. In this episode, we are joined by an Author and Regenerative and Sports Medicine Doctor, Dr. Rand McClain. He shares his expertise in regenerative medicine and answers burning questions about whether hormone replacement therapy, especially TRT, would be good for you or not. He also talks about the difference between Clomid and Enclomiphene and, finally, just what exactly rapamycin is. Though nutrition and wellness have been ingrained in Dr. Rand McClain since childhood, his journey to becoming a leader in the alternative and progressive medical treatments has been anything but orthodox. From being the earliest promoted to senior account manager in Deloitte's history at the time, to his stint as a professional boxer in Argentina, to being accepted to medical school at age 37 after being repeatedly told it was impossible, Dr. Rand has never been a fan of the “status quo.” Dr. Rand's patients (many of which are A-List celebrities and world-class athletes) come to his practice, Regenerative, and Sports Medicine, in search of the innovative treatments he specializes in. From bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), hyperbaric oxygen therapy, cryotherapy, platelet-rich plasma, and stem cell therapies, Dr. Rand has dedicated the past 35 years to redefining what it means to be in optimal health. Dr. McClain earned his medical degree at Western University and completed his internship at the University of Southern California's Keck School of Medicine Residency Program (U.S.C. California Hospital) and has worked with some of the best and original innovators in Sports, Rejuvenative, Regenerative (“Anti-Aging”), Cosmetic and Family Medicine. Learn more about Dr. McClain: Website: https://drrandmcclain.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/Dr-Rand-McClain-100417839001669 IG: https://www.instagram.com/dr.randmcclain Pre-order his book: https://www.cheatingdeath.com/shop Show notes: [0:59] What's Dr. McClain's journey and background? [2:41] What does his training regimen look like? [4:31] What is the common work he does for his clients? [6:41] On hormone replacement therapy [10:40] Which is more important: free or total testosterone? [17:34] Is there a natural way to increase free testosterone? [30:03] Can HRT cause health issues? [37:01] On Clomid [43:41] His upcoming book, Cheating Death [47:19] What is rapamycin? [55:57] Outro Links and Resources: Peak Performance Life Peak Performance on Facebook Peak Performance on Instagram
We asked you on Instagram last weekend how you felt about botox, laser facials, lip fillers, breast implants etc; and on today's episode, JL and I -- your average couple -- discuss the topic in detail. He tells me I look beautiful and perfect the way I am....so why do I not believe him, and still want to get botox on my forehead?This episode goes deep. The debate gets heated. Is there a solution? We offer a pretty good one at the end. Tune in to find out!*** Want to learn how to write your own horoscopes? Purchase Stephanie's book 'It's Just a Phase' right here *Want to join Cosmic Coconut Astrology Club? Click Here to subscribe! To book a reading with Stephanie: www.lightworkers-lounge.com Intro song:The Light - Sol Rising. *Check him out on Instagram, @solrising Feeling - MILANO Outro song: The Light - Sol Rising *All Songs Featured in Lightworkers Lounge can be found on our Spotify Playlist! Follow us on Social Media!Instagram: @stephanie__powers , @lightworkerslounge, @cosmic___coconut
Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dr. Amanda Seay is the award-winning Founder, Chief Executive Officer, and Clinical Director of Expertise Dental in Charleston, South Carolina. Her expertise ranges from complex restorative treatment planning to comprehensive preventative and reconstructive dentistry. Dr. Seay is a recognized leader in the dental industry and has been featured in various dental publications for her influence and dedication to the profession. She was named the 11th Most Influential Person in Dentistry by Incisal Edge Magazine. She is the 85th dentist in the world who has earned the honor of Fellow Accredited Member status with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Seay is the Director of Outreach and Engagement for the Seattle Study Club, an international and preeminent continuing-education organization for dentists. Dr. Seay is also the co-creator of imPRES Dental Courses, an internationally recognized dental esthetics continuum. She holds a clinical instructor position at the Kois Center, one of the most prestigious dental institutes in the country, and has published over 70 articles covering the art and techniques of esthetic dentistry. She also serves as the Restorative Section Editor for Inside Dentistry. She is a Key Opinion Leader for many leading dental companies and is involved in the testing and creation of new dental products. She was named Top 25 Women In Dentistry in 2012 by Dental Products Report. Dr. Seay was the recipient of the Lucy Hobbs 2015 Award for the Woman To Watch in Dentistry. In addition to operating a thriving full-time dental practice, Dr. Seay is a dedicated wife and the mother of four children.
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery, and how you want more cosmetic patients choosing you. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Want More Cosmetic Patients Choosing YOU?". If you want more cosmetic patients choosing you over your competitors, you don't rely on luck. You make it happen with the right mindset, proven strategies, and consistent execution that attracts new patients to you. But first, think about the confused cosmetic patient. They have a problem with their appearance, and they want help. But who is the best provider for them? And who can best address their emotions of fear, uncertainty, doubt and worry. Somehow, you have to get across to them that choosing you means they will get a result that makes them happy, and they will not regret it. So why are they going to choose you? The answer to that question is where the money is made. Please give it considerable thought. You have the skills to alter someone's appearance, so they look better and then feel better and more confidant as they move through life. That's a tall order because it's extremely personal. That decision is full of emotions: fear, uncertainty, doubt and worry. Somehow, you have to get across to them that that they will get the best possible outcome for their particular concern, and they will not regret it. In this week's Beauty and the Biz Podcast, I lay out (3) specific ways that help cosmetic patients choose you. P.S. Get the answers you need now and for the rest of your career at this special offer price for the Cosmetic Practice Vault. It's guaranteed to give you results or your money back. Click Here www.CosmeticPracticeVault.com
Dr. Joseph Hkeik is Australia's leading cosmetic physician and celebrity skin svengali. For those of you who follow me on social media, you would also know that he is my personal cosmetic injector and has guided my skin wellness and rejuvenation journey for over 7 years. His in-depth knowledge of anatomy, skin science and aesthetics is celebrated not only in Australia but globally. Dr. Joseph is a trainer, spokesperson and advisor to global aesthetics companies and is frequently asked to speak at international conferences. His signature treatment is the liquid facelift, utilising non-surgical aesthetic treatments to completely rejuvenate and transform his clients without invasive procedures. Celebrities travel from around the world to seek his expertise and subtle tweakments to deliver natural-looking and truly exceptional results, drawing from his sense of artistic appreciation and commitment to patient care. Yes, there is a long waitlist at all three of the All Saint clinics not just for Dr. Joseph but his team of talented cosmetic physicians and dermal therapists, however, once you have experienced the magic of Dr. Joseph's skill and commitment to giving you the best skin and facial structure of your life, there is no going back. Dr. Joseph graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery. He is a Fellow of the Medical Faculty of the Australian College of Cosmetic Surgery and a Fellow of the College of General Practice. I invited Dr. Joseph back to the podcast to share his insights on future trends and new aesthetic procedures. There has been an explosion in new injectibles, devices and trends in the aesthetic space and 2023 is going to be a year of innovation and disruption in the field. Whether you are needle shy or a seasoned connoisseur of rejuvenation, I am sure you will love this episode with the great gentleman of the beauty world, Dr. Joseph Hkeik. Watch the full episode on Ageless By Rescu YouTube Channel here: https://youtu.be/X8Sk2UqsqiUSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Walk to Work - A Mobile Hearthstone Podcast
Heroic Tavern Brawl is back, but this time it comes with a cosmetic reward that you can earn. I have feelings about that, and I play Frost Death Knight on the ladder. You can find the deck import link below the following contact links. Join our Discord community here or at discord.me/blisterguy. You can follow me @blisterguy or the podcast @walktoworkHS on twitter. Subscribe to my Youtube channel. You can support this podcast and my other Hearthstone work at Patreon here. # 2x (0) Horn of Winter # 2x (1) Bone Breaker # 2x (1) Icy Touch # 2x (1) Irondeep Trogg # 2x (1) Vicious Slitherspear # 2x (2) Deathchiller # 2x (2) Frost Strike # 2x (2) Harbinger of Winter # 1x (3) Chillfallen Baron # 2x (3) Glacial Advance # 2x (3) Howling Blast # 2x (3) Nerubian Vizier # 1x (4) Lady Deathwhisper # 1x (4) Might of Menethil # 1x (4) School Teacher # 1x (4) Thassarian # 1x (6) Overseer Frigidara # 2x (7) Frostwyrm's Fury # AAECAZOOBgaWtwSH9gTE9gSpgAXLpQXMpQUM4aQEiLIE7eME9eME/uMEguQEk+QEueYEtIAFtYAFk4EFopkFAA==
In this episode, Dr. Howland and Dani open up about their beautiful friendship and how they have helped each other to grow significantly in the last year. They share insight into how they were able to achieve this growth as well as talk about goals, travel, and expressing love.
Have you been wondering about Botox, Fillers, and maybe even a Facelift? Well, You'll definitely want to listen to this episode as I interview Dr. Marc E. Yune who is a triple board-certified facial plastic, cosmetic, and reconstructive surgeon in the Atlanta area! Topics discussed: Cosmetic injectables (Botox, Fillers) Facelift and a realistic recovery timeframe The best treatment for upper and lower eyes How to select a provider Check out Dr. Yune here www.asc-psd.com He practices out of 2 convenient locations. ___________________________________________ Ways to connect with Urban Skin Care Clinic Have questions or feedback? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit our website: https://urbanskincareclinic.com Request an appointment with Urban Skin Care Clinic Follow us on Facebook or Instagram
Jacine Greenwood is an international best-selling author and an award-winning Cosmetic Chemist. Nicknamed by her customers as “The Fairy Godmother of Skin”, she has helped thousands of people achieve the skin they have only dreamed about through her international brand, Roccoco Botanicals, recognised as the fastest growing beauty brand in Asia Pacific. With numerous awards under her belt, Jacine is well-known professionally in the beauty and cosmetic industry for both innovation and stellar results. Training initially as a Beauty Therapist in her early 20s, she went on to further her career and became a Registered Nurse. She retrained as a Cosmetic Chemist, driven primarily by her frustrations and desire to treat her skin conditions of cystic acne and rosacea, which she had experienced since her teens. Her depth of knowledge on genetics, nutrition, autoimmune disorders, and skin is truly remarkable, as is her passion for healing the often invisible emotional scars that skin conditions can leave us with. Having conquered this category with multi-million dollar and award winning results, Jacine has now turned her attention to formulating remarkable treatments to treat skin laxity, cellulite and stubborn fat deposits on the body. In this episode, Jacine shares her years of deep research, insights and experience in treating skin conditions such as Adult Acne, Rosacea and Autoimmune skin conditions and shares surprising steps that can transform the health of our largest organ. We explore the link between genetics, diet and lifestyle in reversing skin ageing and the treatments and ingredients that work. Skincare science is part research, part formulation and part alchemy and this approach has led to Jacine creating a brand and products that have quietly set about disrupting the multi-billion dollar beauty industry and what we have been told about hope in a jar. This episode is in partnership with Roccoco Botanicals. https://au.roccoco.com/ @roccocobotanicals Watch the full episode on Ageless By Rescu YouTube Channel here: https://youtu.be/FuwAJl1erxYSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Charlie Walk is joined by Paul Jarrod Frank, MD, one of the most renowned cosmetic dermatologists in the world. Recognized for his minimally invasive techniques and holistic approach to cosmetic rejuvenation and age management, he is regularly featured as a skin and aging expert in US and international media. Dr. Frank has been a clinical investigator, brand ambassador and consultant for numerous international skincare, technology and pharmaceutical companies & celebrities including Estée Lauder & Madonna. Dr. Frank & Madonna together launched the infamous product line, MDNA Skin in North America. Over the past few years, Dr. Frank has broadened his practice and the beauty industry with PFRANKMD, a multi-provider and multi-disciplinary bespoke aesthetic healthcare brand, with several locations in New York, the Hamptons, and Miami. In this episode, Charlie and Dr. Frank discuss the secrets of Pro-Aging, with an emphasis on the importance of being proactive and positive in one's attitude towards aging, as well as a guide for aesthetic rejuvenation. Look Better, live longer and listen up as Dr. Paul Frank WALKS THIS WAY. Please rate and review us!
Dr. Prather opens the show with our "Health Freedom Update" about how the gathering in Davos, Switzerland affects your Health Care. Then, we focus on the benefits of IV Therapy and the 10% discount we're offering at Holistic Integration through the month of February. In this episode, you'll discover:—The agenda and goals of the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, including Eugenics and Transhumanism.—Why Health Security is a "perfect vehicle" for limiting our freedoms. —The three steps we must take in order to protect our freedoms and stop the "COVID Cartel". —How IV Therapy is valuable because most patients notice the results and benefits within an hour.—The astonishing story about the hospital in Washington State which got in trouble after saving one of their own doctors from dying of COVID by using Vitamin C IV Therapy.—The 11 different specialty treatment IV Therapy options offered at Holistic Integration, including: Athletic Performance, "The Original", Hydration (which is great for hangovers), Energy, High Dose Vitamin C, Libido Enhancer, Mood Support (for depression and anxiety), Recovery, Cosmetic (for wrinkles and acne), Diet and Detox, and Aches and Pains.—How Holistic Integration is able to use diagnostics to determine EXACTLY the IV Therapy that is most beneficial for the patient.—The 6 additional "add ons" to the IV Therapy bags offered by Holistic Integration, such as: Zinc (which was so important for COVID), Vitamin B-6 (for the nervous system and stress), Arginine and Taurine (for cardiovascular and kidney health), Glutamine, and Glutathione.—Why Dr. Prather says Glutathione is "the big one" and the reason he really wanted IV Therapy added to his practice. —The new audio book project narrated by our own Lisa Prather: "The Purple Life" by Angie Nuttle. Order here…https://www.amazon.com/Purple-Life-Christian-Guidebook-Spiritual/dp/B0BRNTKZ5C/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Lisa+Prather&qid=1674760217&s=audible&sr=1-1http://www.TheVoiceOfHealthRadio.com
Leading Australian Dentist, Dr Aodhan Docherty from About Smiles Dental is here to talk all things cosmetic dental work - in particular, Invisalign. How does Invisalign work? What are the benefits? How long does it last? How much does it cost? The difference between Invisalign and other teeth straightening options like orthodontics, braces and veneers! Cosmetic dental myths busted! Expert tips and tricks! Burning questions answered! The latest dental trends! To book a consult with Dr Aodhan: https://www.aboutsmiles.com.au/ You can also follow About Smiles Dental and Dr Aodhan on Instagram.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Business of Aesthetics Podcast Show
In this week's edition, Jeff and Naren explain ways to grow aesthetic practices with Male Patients! Tune in Now!
Why are a product's ingredients on its label? What are you supposed to know when you read it? Why are some ingredients on the box while others are on the container? Can brands name ingredients anything they want to or is there method to the naming madness? Joining Trina and Rebecca for a Deep Dive into the Ingredient List is Dr. Mindy Goldstein - one of the few people who actually name the ingredients on your skin care labels - for a behind-the-scenes look at the world of cosmetic ingredient labels. Dr. Mindy Goldstein is an independent consultant with both finished goods houses and raw materials companies in the area of bio-active ingredients, efficacy testing, INCI (ingredient names) registration and claims substantiation for the personal care industry. She is a member of numerous professional and scientific organizations including the Personal Care Products Council's Nomenclature Committee where she is chair of the subcommittee that names ingredients in the areas of biotechnology, botanicals and ferments - the most popular new materials being developed for tomorrow's skincare formulas. To learn more about Dr. Mindy, including how to contact her, please visit https://www.faciallyconscious.com/about/. And for more info about what is discussed in this episode please visit our blog at https://www.faciallyconscious.com/blog/ We wish to thank Darnell Gadberry for his work and patience in editing this episode. We are very grateful for your help. LIKE, FOLLOW & REVIEW US ON YOUTUBE, INSTAGRAM, & WHERE YOU LISTEN TO PODCASTS! Send us an EMAIL today at email@example.com ! Follow Our Hosts On Instagram Trina Renea - The Skin Master @trinareneaskincare @facialbungalow Julie Falls- The Highly Educated Consumer @juliefdotcom Dr. Vicki Rapaport - The Beverly Hills Dermatologist @rapaportdermatology Rebecca Gadberry - The Legendary Skin Care Pioneer @rgadberry_skincareingredients Credits Produced and Recorded by The Field Audio thefieldaudio.com
Dr. Matthew Elias is a board certified dermatologist at Elias Dermatology in South Florida. https://www.eliasderm.com/ As a procedural dermatologist Dr. Elias is up to date on the latest cosmetic treatments and gives us some insight into new treatments coming in the future.
Years ago getting Botox or fillers seemed reserved for those we'd see on a red carpet but now, they're as common as a trip to the dentist for some. So if you are thinking of going for it, what do you need to know and what can you expect. In a Mind Yourself Now special, Dermot and Dave caught up with Dr. Ruaa Elhelali from Therapie South William Street in Dublin to run through everything from the risks to the benefits and the questions you need to ask.
The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast
Dr. Snyder graduated from the UCLA School of Dentistry and the F.A.C.E. institute. He created/co-directed the first ever two-year graduate program in Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dentistry while at UCLA. The 77th Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, a Diplomat of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry and a Fellow in the International Academy of Dental Facial Aesthetics. He is an international author, lecturer and consultant to dental companies. Dr Snyder owns a software company and an online dental training program www.Legion.Dentist. He hosts a weekly podcast, Delusional: Winning the Weekly War of Dentistry. Dr Snyder is also a professional race car driver and entrepreneur. He practices Cosmetic and Restorative dentistry in both Laguna Niguel, CA and Las Vegas, NV. Sponsored by Kettenbach Dental. Contact: (877) 532-2123 Website: www.kettenbach-dental.us Webshop: www.kettenbachusa.com Offer for Fee For Service Podcast Members Purchase a PreXion CBCT model and install by December 31, 2022 and Receive either a free mounting stand (if needed) or a $1,000 rebate in the form of an Amazon or Target gift card. To learn more, please visit https://www.prexion.com. FFS Podcast Promotional Links: ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach. Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery, and how to charge a lot / give a lot. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Charge a Lot, Give a Lot — with Ryan Neinstein, MD". How do you charge up to $75K for a tummy tuck? That's what I asked this week's Beauty and the Biz Podcast (link) guest Dr. Ryan Neinstein. He's a plastic surgeon in private practice in NYC, in a gorgeous 6K square foot office above the iconic Bergdorf Goodman store with views overlooking Central Park. Dr. Neinstein's answer….”We charge a lot. We give a lot.” He went on to explain his hyper focus on the patient experience and aftercare that his patients gladly pay extra for. He walks his talk by employing 30 full-time staff who assist him in surgery, offer concierge services, drop off garments, pick up prescriptions, visit post-op patients and anything else that makes patients feel special and cared for. His entire team thinks “relational” vs “transactional” and he gave lots of great tips for developing a practice culture that is fun, inspiring and profitable. We also talked about HOW: His marketing efforts keep 3 plastic surgeons busy What he focuses on that allows him to charge more How he “rules but not reigns” Dr. Neinstein shared his pearls and philosophy with good take-a-ways. Visit Dr. Neinstein's Website P.S. If you are NOT getting the consultation conversions you want, there's something your coordinator doesn't know. I'll train her to be a converting rock-star within weeks.
In a sure to be polarizing episode, Carly and Dr. Howland discuss her surgery and the very important topic of “Breast Implant Illness”. Listen as Carly shares her journey of growth and healing. Medicine is not a one-size-fits-all. You will love this one!
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery, and offsetting your overhead. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Offsetting Your Overhead — with Jason Pozner, MD". It's common for surgeons to take out a huge loan and do a build out of their dream practice but then the bills to pay for all of it start coming in. They quickly notice when the OR is idle and the exam rooms are empty, that's costing them money. It's an uncomfortable feeling. Should they bring on another surgeon to help cover the costs? Should they hire a nurse injector to bring in more revenues? Should they get more creative? In this Beauty and the Biz Podcast episode, I interviewed Dr. Jason Pozner, a board certified plastic surgery with 30 years experience of learning and training on the world's most advanced plastic surgery procedures, laser treatments and skin rejuvenation treatments. Dr. Pozner is the founder of Sanctuary Plastic Surgery and co-owner of Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center in Boca Raton, FL. He has experienced all the above scenarios. From expanding to almost going bankrupt to bringing in others to help (some good, some horrendous) and he finally found a balance that works. Dr. Pozner dropped so many pearls, you want to hear this. Visit Dr. Pozner's Website P.S. This Week Only! If you want better results from your advertising efforts, the solution is to fix your lead gen process. I'll do it for you at a fraction of my usual fees. Watch this video…..
Our Ins & Outs For 2023 From not wearing makeup to work and hair gems to travel destinations and food recommendations, Jo and Hannah share their beauty and life Ins & Outs for 2023! The Best Serums For Lightening Sun Spots Dermal Therapist Yads Cauchi lets us know which serums are the best for improving the appearance of sun spots and spots of pigmentation. Yads goes through why it's important to protect your skin from a young age and gives us her recommendation for working out outdoors. Yads Cauchi is a Dermal Therapist and Beauty Journalist. Find out more about Yads here: https://www.yadscauchi.com/ and follow her on IG: @yadscauchiskin and TikTok: @yadscauchiskin PWDKWN: Jo: Habitual Beauty Rejuvenating Facial Oil Hannah: Adore Beauty Large Cosmetic Bag - Black/Smoke Adore Beauty Double Compartment Travel Case - Black Product Mentions: SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic Serum - 30ml Whether you're on the hunt for skincare advice, wanting to share your best beauty tips, or are just looking for someone to indulge in a cringey convo with, the Beauty IQ FB Community has got ya covered! Join our FB group today. Want to listen to Beauty IQ Uncensored while you shop? Download the Adore Beauty today. Hosts: Joanna Fleming & Hannah Furst Guests: Yads Cauchi Disclaimer: https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/disclaimer.htmlSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#178 On this episode: We talk about penis enlargement procedures. (31:39)Timestamps:0:00 Highlight0:36 Preshow6:20 Intro11:15 M3GAN13:27 Heads Up! Catch16:57 New YouTube Policy23:27 Can You Say The N-Word28:46 Preferences Racist?31:39 Male Cosmetic Surgery40:49 Dana White Press Conference46:39 UFC50:56 Video Games Into Movies57:44 PPV Wrestling1:00:09 Jokers Pregnant1:02:28 Andrew Tate1:04:36 GRIT BXNG1:10:50 Gas Stoves1:13:03 Playstation Standing Or Flat1:15:40 OutroBest podcast moments on Instagram & TikTok @RandomGoldPod
2023 has brought some new and exciting treatments in cosmetic medicine. How about a longer lasting Botox? Or a non-irritating and vegan alternative to retinol? I cover these and more in this episode. Check our Dr. Youn's skincare products and nutritional supplements - younbeauty.com Download his FREE eGuide: "What to Eat to Look Younger" - dryoun.com/eat-look-younger Follow Dr. Youn on Instagram - @tonyyounmd Follow Dr. Youn on YouTube - youtube.com/tonyyounmd Follow Dr. Youn on TikTok - @doctoryoun Follow Dr. Youn on Facebook - @dryoun
Happy New year and welcome to season 3 of Breaking Free. It feels amazing to be starting a new season after reaching 50 episodes and I want to thank you for joining me on this podcast journey by listening and sharing the episodes with friends and family. It gives me a lot of joy when I know an episode has resonated with you or inspired you to make a positive change in your life. Season 2 was all about ways you can increase your confidence through sharing helpful steps you can take towards doing that and changing your mindset. I had great chats with experts and with people who had experienced a positive shift themselves and shared their personal stories.So for this episode, I thought I would revisit some of them and give you a summary of the topics and discoveries that were made that could be super helpful to start your year with new energy that gets you motivated to create the 2023 for yourself.Topics discussed in this episode:How we can all develop confidence by trying new things from episode 28 (1.53)Speaking with confidence by defining what you want first with coach Jon Torrens in episode 30 (3:27)How feeling comfortable with our sexuality is linked to how confident we feel with sexual educator Zina Malas in episode 31 (8:35)Aesthetics director Laura Marshall shares how the use of filters on social media is creating insecurities in young girls in episode 29 entitled Cosmetic confidence (11:25)Money Doctor Nikki Ramskill gives great advice on how to become confident with money by learning how to invest in episode 37 (15:32)How to stop people- pleasing and feel more confident in episode 49 starts with awareness and making small changes (17:45)How Mostafa Salameh followed his heart from being a refugee as a child to climbing mount Everest and becoming an author on episode 46 (21:40)Finding out what a teenager thinks confidence is and how she would describe herself in episode 33 (23:52)How trust in yourself helps your confidence is explained in episode 40 (27:10)How my guest Rania Khoury discovered her true strength was in her ability to be playful and became a medical clown. Episode 35 (32:20)Award winning composer Suad Bushnaq finds her confidence through her skill in music 34 (36:36)Let's connect!FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInWebsite Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery, and what happens if something happens to you. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "What Happens if Something Happens to You? — with Lawrence B. Keller, CFP". Life happens. Your house can burn down. You can tear your ACS in a skiing accident. You can fall off a ladder and be off your feet for 6 weeks (those are just a few things that have happened to other surgeons I know). So, to get you clearer answers for how to protect yourself when you're not able to generate revenues like you used to, I interviewed an expert. In this week's Beauty and the Biz Podcast, Larry Keller, founder of Physician Financial Services, offered straight forward advice for you to set yourself to win no matter what happens. For the past 31 years, he has worked with surgeons and physicians on income protection, wealth accumulation and asset protection. He offered great pearls for covering yourself if/when life goes sideways. I think you'll find this helpful on what happens if something happens to you. Visit Larry Keller's Website P.S. Get my hard copy book for free when you leave a review at Beauty and the Biz Podcast. Just follow the instructions below: