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 one

The one thing that dental team members want more than anything else

By Kevin Henry | January 5, 2021

There is one thing that your team members want more than anything else in 2021. No, it’s not more money.

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Using Science, Common Sense, and Communication to Bust Those Dental Myths

By Kevin Henry | December 1, 2020

You know the funny thing about myths? Often, if you use your brain and think about them for a few minutes, you’ll figure out exactly why they’re called myths and not facts.

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6 common dental myths that you need to know … and debunk

By Kevin Henry | November 30, 2020

Let’s talk about some common dental myths that your patients might be hearing … and accepting.

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Why Now is the Time for You to be an Influencer

By David Rice | November 30, 2020

Another week, another piece of misinformation about dentistry is out there and ready for us to address. On Thanksgiving Day, the New York Times published a piece about how teeth were mysteriously falling out of people’s mouths. Was it because of COVID-19? Some would say yes, but we in the dental industry know that there…

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What To Do When a Team Member Tests Positive for COVID-19

By David Rice | November 25, 2020

What do you do if a team member tests positive for COVID-19 in your practice? Dr. David Rice has some advice.

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How To Have “Courageous Conversations” in the Dental Practice

By Kevin Henry | November 25, 2020

How can you have “courageous conversations” in the dental practice? Katherine Eitel-Belt talks you run through it.

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The Importance of Honesty in the Midst of a Pandemic

By Kevin Henry | November 23, 2020

Honesty is now more important than ever, because honesty can help your team prepare for a potential exposure to COVID-19.

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Why Trending Today Fails You

By David Rice | November 18, 2020

Let’s talk about trending … but how do we build a plan to trend for the long-haul? Dr. David Rice offers his thoughts.

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10 simple things you can do to get through hard times

By Kevin Henry | November 17, 2020

Life is a series of peaks and valleys. Sometimes you’re up, sometimes you’re down. But it’s the difficult times where we need a little more support and guidance. Here are some tips that can help.

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Why You Need to Hit the Reset Button Heading into 2021

By Kevin Henry | November 17, 2020

Take a step back. Take a breath. 2020 has been a lot to take in, but now is the time to plan for what’s to come in 2021.