Friday, July 01, 2011

Heartland Dental Care Office Featured in Dental Economics Magazine

It is an interesting read and a beautiful office.
"It's a tremendous thrill and honor to be featured in the cover story of Dental Economics," said Marvin Berlin, DDS, of  "All of us at are extremely proud of what our practice has been able to accomplish, and this article was an excellent opportunity to explain how truly committed we are to best serving our patients."

In "The Dental Practice of the Future" article, Dr. Berlin, Dr. Jeffrey Lynch, Dr. Matthew Markham and Dr. Britt Bostick offer a glimpse into the history of and what steps these doctors have taken on their path of success, such as joining Heartland Dental Care, building their new office and practicing the "Say YES" standard of care each and every day.

"Joining Heartland has definitely allowed us to not only grow on a mass scale, but focus on dentistry once again.  With their support accommodating many of the non-dental headaches, myself and the other doctors can concentrate on our patients' needs," said Dr. Lynch.  "In addition, their support has helped us build our wonderful new building; we would like to extend a big thanks to Heartland for helping us continually advance our goals, as well as a big thanks to Dental Economics for providing us a means to share our story with the dental community."

Since affiliating in 2008, the supportive relationship between Heartland and has produced excellent results for both.

"Working along side the doctors of has been a great pleasure," said Patrick C. Bauer, President and Chief Operations Officer of Heartland Dental Care Inc.  "They truly share Heartland's vision of emphasizing patient care; the future definitely holds great things for this affiliation."
I know there has been quite the discussion of Heartland Dental on some of my other posts. Also, there is more here.

I have had little interaction with this corporate dentistry operation lately, but do know that private practice dentistry is changing and dentists are forming more and more groups.

What does everyone think of this model? Is this the future of dentistry?

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