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Why Do Dentists Get The Sunday Night Blues?

sunday night blues

In this episode a dentist writes in with an interesting issue. His life seems to be going great, yet dentistry is not making him happy. Instead of looking forward to going to work, every week he gets the “Sunday Night Blues.” Is there a solution? Listen to what The Dental Practice Fixers (Dr. Richard Madow and Dr. David Madow) have to say about this.

Then on the call of the week, a simple question – “Do you do root canals?” – turns into an unmitigated disaster, ending with some of the worst advice we have ever heard on a dental call. You need to hear this one to believe it!

If you have a question that you would like answered on our podcast, please send it in to podcast@madow.com. We will do our best to get yours answered!


 

If you enjoyed this podcast, check out our previous podcast, Something Most Dentists Have NEVER Done!

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