Mission Possible: Having the Practice of Your Dreams:

Every effective dental practice needs to be able answer three basic questions:

Who are we?
What exactly do we do?
Why do we do what we do?

Course Objectives
• Help teams develop their "GPS" or their "Growth Practice Strategy"
• Teach teams how to discover "What's next for our practice?"
• Help teams discover their 3 "Vs" - Vision, Values, Voice
• Provide strategies to help dental teams achieve their practice goals

  • CE Credit: 2
  • Audience:
Robert M. Maguire

Robert M. Maguire, DDS, MASCL

Dr. Maguire is a Navy Veteran who got his D.D.S. degree from Georgetown University School of Dentistry in 1984. He completed Bachelor of Arts at the University of New Hampshire in 1980 and Master of Arts Degree in Strategic Communication and Leadership at Seton Hall University in 2009. He is a Past President of the New Hampshire Dental Society serving from 2014 to 2015. Dr. Maguire is a fellow in the International College of Dentists and the American College of Dentists. He is also a member of the American Dental Association, the New Hampshire Dental Society, the Speaking Consulting Network, and Toastmasters International. In addition to these credentials, he is also a certified trainer for the DISC Personality Assessment Tool. Early in his career, Dr. Maguire became an avid student of both the Dawson Center and the Pankey Institute, completing all of their week-long continuums. It was the "Pankey Philosophy" that inspired him to continually develop his technical and communication skills. For 28 years, Dr. Maguire had a fee-for-service solo private practice in Wolfeboro, NH. His practice thrived without the influence of PPOs or Premiere programs with set fees. He attributes his success to the deep relationships he made with his patients and team. Retiring financially secure at age 60, Dr. Maguire founded Dynamic Dental Communications where he now specializes in coaching and teaching dentists and their teams how to be effective communicators. “I want dentists and their teams to thrive rather than survive,” says Dr. Maguire. The ultimate goal is to help dentists and their teams experience more joy, more professional fulfillment, and more financial success in their lives and in their practices.