THE ROI BEHIND ADOPTING GUIDED BIOFILM THERAPY
Dr Tony Saad & Kimiko Alvarez-Batac
Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) is rapidly growing and many dental practices are considering investing in AIRFLOW® technology as a way to grow their practice and for good reason. GBT helps increase production and the ROI is tangible and predictable.
Join Dr Tony Saad, Dentist and Practice Owner at Dental Avenue in Parramatta and Maroubra as he shares why investing in GBT makes sense from an ROI perspective and marketing perspective. He has increased his dental hygiene production since implementing GBT and has built a loyal tribe of patients and clinicians as a result. He will be joined by his hygienist Kimiko Alvarez-Batac who will take us on their own personal journey with GBT & why GBT is a sound investment for your future.
- What is ROI and how do you measure it?
- What kind of return can you expect with GBT and how quickly?
- How to evaluate whether AIRFLOW® is a good purchase decision and why
- How to fully engage your team to implement GBT
- How to leverage GBT to bring in new patients and engaged existing patients to increase profits
Release Date: 28th July 2020
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Graduating with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Sydney in 1992, Tony has owned and operated a number of successful dental surgeries across Sydney. Tony believes the best results come from customised and comprehensive treatment plans that address the patient’s specific needs.
Holding a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) at the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM), Tony has consulted for several international dental organisations and brings a wealth of best-practice experience to his team.
Keeping his finger to the pulse when it comes to the latest in technology and techniques, Tony continues to bring to his practice the very latest in products, technologies and services that enhance their patients’ wellbeing.
A busy family man, Tony likes to spend time with his kids bike riding and playing tennis
Kim is a dental hygienist, who specializes in preventative dentistry. She started working in private practice in 2009 as a dental assistant and receptionist. She has also completed her certificates in dental assisting, dental radiography, and oral health education prior to proceeding in achieving her Bachelor’s degree of Oral Health in 2013 at the University of Newcastle.
Kim constantly keeps up to date with the latest developments in oral health, hygiene, and other aspects of dentistry by attending continuing education programs. She has a special interest in oral health education, periodontal therapy, and teeth whitening.
It is of great importance for Kim to help educate patients on how to look after their oral health in the best way possible in a way that suits them. When patients leave the treatment room, they will have gained a wealth of information.
Outside dentistry, Kim enjoys watching movies, a good coffee (recommendations always welcome!), and spending time with her family.