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  • Discuss Latest POF Blog Post: FIRE Crossroads 018: Grossing 7 Figures Annually as a Dentist

    It’s an enviable dilemma. How does one retire when the job is so good, pays extraordinarily well, allows for ample ... Read more

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    Great story/interview! Amazing he can generate that much by only working 30 hours per week, and NOT taking insurance. That’s probably why his overhead is only 30%. Maybe that’s close to normal for general dentist (I have no idea)???

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    • #3
      He's killing it.

      I do find it ironic that he was lamenting about healthcare in wealthy individuals but runs a medical practice where he does not take insurance.

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      • #4
        Great story.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by G View Post
          Great story.
          Agree. Also lots of dentists killing it in PP it seems?

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          • #6
            Great job on designing a life that he doesn't need to retire from

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Sampter View Post
              He's killing it.

              I do find it ironic that he was lamenting about healthcare in wealthy individuals but runs a medical practice where he does not take insurance.
              There is no such thing as dental "insurance". I'm missing the irony.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by toofy View Post
                There is no such thing as dental "insurance". I'm missing the irony.
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                Dental insurance is basically, contracted prices. Premiums paid and the bill is split in half and a cap on the total charges.
                That is outsourcing price negotiation for practices that will accept volume at a lower price. There is a cost/benefit if you actually need to use it.

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