Choosing to start your very own dental practice can be rather difficult, and one of the biggest decisions that a novice entrepreneur will make during their career. However, sometimes you must create your own path and how you start this journey could potentially make or break your entrepreneurial career. The best place to begin your journey of building your own dental practice is with yourself! Establishing self-discipline and having the will to succeed, is the fuel that you’ll need to navigate you through this process. This sense of self-motivation might steer to initiate and carry out a business launch. Here at Keating Dental Arts, we pride ourselves on providing a quality service to dental practices across the world, and empowering dentist and their clients with our wide range of products and services.
While in most cases, it might be inexpensive to buy/ takeover an existing office, this might not be the best option for everyone. It becomes difficult to achieve everything you want when you are building from someone else’s blueprint. Which is why going the start-up route is more appealing to some because it allows the entrepreneur full control over the experience. However, when establishing a start-up practice. It is important to remember that you are “investing in your dreams, and not anyone else’s”, Dr. Sanjay Ramoliya. It is crucial that you know your worth and potential and that the services that you’ll provide correlate with your morals and ethics. By doing this, you’ll be able to overcome any doubts that might be restricting you from pursuing this venture. You don’t always need something or someone to get you moving in the direction that you want to be in.
Entrepreneurs and business owners must be passionate about what they do and will do, to turn their vision and goals into a product or service for the rest of the world to enjoy. Should you have a strong desire to aid others by providing a service or product, consider it a sign that you’re primed for creating a business. In our recent Dental Up Podcast with Dr. Sanjay Ramoliya, DDS from Melissa, Texas, we discussed the importance of Self- Discipline and the will to succeed. In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ramoliya talked about his transition to the United States from India, and how his experience in the US school system inspired him to become a Dentist and open his own practices. Dr. Ramoliya was determined to establish himself in America, he explored locations in Texas where the market for Dentist had been lacking and he saw an opportunity to build his own practices.