Dr. Hannah Crowell

Dr. Hannah Crowell

Dr. Hannah Crowell is a graduate of The Ohio State Dental School and is practicing as a general dentist in Houston, Texas.

She happily lives there with her husband (also a general dentist), their three young children, and their pup.

She is kept busy with her work and family, but enjoys hanging out with family and friends, road trips (with many necessary pit stops due to feisty toddlers), and exploring new cities and the great outdoors whenever she gets the opportunity!

Navigating Dental Practice Ownership: Rural vs. Urban Opportunities

By: Dr. Hannah Crowell Are you a dental professional considering taking the leap into practice ownership? One…

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buying a dental practice vs investing in a start up

Buying a Dental Practice vs. Investing in a Start-Up

Weighing the Costs of Something Borrowed vs. Something New By: Dr. Hannah Crowell Deciding to embark on…

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tips to boost your credit and your savings before dental practice ownership

Boost Your Credit & Build a Savings Cushion Before Practice Ownership

Tips to Build Credit & Savings for a Thriving Future of Dental Practice Ownership By: Dr. Hannah…

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what ifs when thinking about your dental career

Don’t Let The “What Ifs” Deter You From Success In Your Dental Career

By: Hannah Crowell Why is it so hard to commit to or even consider buying a dental…

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reasons for high employee turnover

High Employee Turnover? What’s Going Wrong? 

By: Hannah Crowell A dental office may experience high employee turnover for various reasons, which can negatively…

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working with a DSO

Why This Young Dentist Went With a DSO

By: Hannah Crowell Dental students are not encouraged to pursue a career with a DSO (dental support…

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Number 3

3 ways to avoid the biggest crisis in dentistry

By Kevin Henry | August 2, 2021

All across the country, dental practices are facing a hiring crisis. Teams are being stretched thin because of openings within the staff directory, and it’s putting pressure on everyone in the practice. They feel the strain … and so does dentistry as a whole. But what if you could solve a problem before it ever…

A hole in the ground

Avoiding pitfalls in your next dental office lease negotiation

By Dan Gleissner | July 20, 2021

By Dan Gleissner, CARR More than 80% of healthcare practices lease their office space. The location and impression their office makes on patients is a huge determining factor in patient referrals and return visits, especially in a competitive market. Additionally, the cost of rent is typically a dental practice’s second-highest expense after payroll. For these reasons, it…

dentist memes

15 Best Dentist Memes

By Kevin Henry | July 4, 2021

By: Kevin Henry When it comes to dental patients and their relationship with their dentist, dental hygienist, dental assistant, or anyone at the front associated with dental insurance, there are plenty of times when good dentist memes can say 1,000 words. With that in mind, we decided to find the 10 best dental memes we…

Compass

Finding the right specialist partners for your dental practice

By Bill Simon | June 26, 2021

By Dr. Bill Simon With research, development, and expansion of technology comes a broader scope of services, a deeper understanding of how to provide those services and improved outcomes. The standard of care elevates and, more than ever, dentists are faced with decisions on where to draw the line on what treatment they are comfortable…

Fence

Lit leadership lessons: How dental professionals can honor boundaries

By Amisha Singh | June 21, 2021

Dr. Amisha Singh discusses why setting boundaries is so important for dental professionals and how it can improve health.

Golden Rule

When experience and inexperience converge in the dental practice

By Natalie Kaweckyj | June 13, 2021

By Natalie Kaweckyj, LDA, RF, CDA, CDPMA, COA, COMSA, CPFDA, CRFDA, MADAA, BA ‘Tis the season for dental school graduations, from both baccalaureate and postgraduate programs. Many new dentists will be entering the workforce once their state regulating body grants their licensure in order to practice dentistry. There are things that we all learn in…

Flower coming out of rocks

Broken: Women in the dental industry and their relationships with other women

By David Rice | May 30, 2021

Dr. Maggie Augustyn discusses how her relationship with other women in the dental industry has been challenging and how she has dealt with the ups and downs.

Meditation

3 things you can do to take care of your mental health

By Kevin Henry | May 28, 2021

Whether we’re living in a pandemic, adjusting to life after COVID-19, or just trying to get through the day, there are times when we all need a “mental break” and need a few moments to change our thought patterns and deal with the pressure we may be feeling at the moment.

Money

Compensation plus benefits: Real talk for someone starting out in a dental practice

By Bruce Bryen | May 24, 2021

For those dentists just out of dental school or in the process of changing jobs as an associate from one dental practice to another, think of the power that is possessed when interviewing for that position.

Amisha Singh, DDS

Lit leadership lessons: The power of creativity

By David Rice | May 24, 2021

By Amisha Singh, DDS We are STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) people. We like numbers. Our problems have one solution. Right and wrong are our anthem. That doesn’t sound very accessible, does it? Well, that is because of how STEM has traditionally been taught. There are elements of these fields which are a little…