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Less Stress, More Success Pt 2

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Dr. Levin discusses the Levin Management Groups' approach to how to make a dental practice more efficient while increasing profitability in conjunction with achieving a more satisfying and enjoyable professional career.

Date Added:
7/8/2008

Author(s):

Roger P. Levin, DDS Roger P. Levin, DDS
Dr. Roger Levin is a third-generation general dentist and the Chairman and CEO of the largest dental practice consulting firm in North America, Levin Group, Inc., whic...
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Ronald Goldstein - (1/16/2012 5:34 PM)

Dr. Levin always has the very best advice and this presentation is certainly packed with excellent suggestions. I really enjoy listening to him!!

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