Welcome to What I Wish I Knew by Dental Head Start. This is a podcast where we learn from people that have been there, made the mistakes, learnt the lessons and have developed into the accomplished dental professionals they are today.

It’s your weekly mentoring session.

Hosted by Dr Cigdem Kipel

A career in dentistry affords many advantages, including an above-average earning capacity from the outset. 

Since TIME has the greatest long-term impact on returns on investment, these early few years represent a window that shouldn’t be missed if we want to take full advantage of the opportunity to leverage our investments over time.

On this podcast featuring Dr Rohan Krishnan, we discuss the smart moves that young dentists can make early in their careers to unlock the lifestyle they aspire to.


Dr Rohan Krishnan

Dr Rohan Krishnan is a General Dentist and practice owner in West Pymble, NSW. He is the current Vice President of ADA NSW where he is also a board member and councillor, Chair of the Board of Directors for “Filling the Gap” and a board member of the Australian Dental Council. 

Rohan is an Honorary Clinical Associate Lecturer at The University of Sydney and has recently completed a MScMedicine in the field of Orofacial Pain Management. He is also a Graduate of the Australia Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy.


Clinical Aligner Excellence

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Aligners are becoming an integral part of private practice. Whether you are new to aligner therapy or an experienced practitioner, the opportunities are vast. But how do you do it at a high standard, efficiently and profitably?

Dr Geoff Hall and Dr Jesse Green have come together to help with these key problems through Clear Aligner Excellence – their latest education platform.Visit clearex.com.au for more information. You can expect a wealth of knowledge to help improve your practice as well as huge discounts on major aligner therapy companies and lab fees.


Dental Practitioner Support

Dental Practitioner Support is the first national 24/7 telephone and online service to support dental practitioner health and wellbeing in Australia.

The service is free, confidential and independent. Remember, good practice involves seeking support when you need it. Dental practitioners can call and speak to an experienced team ready to provide advice on a wide range of issues, including mental and physical health, workplace issues and general wellbeing.

Call them anytime you need, and even save the number in your phone so that it’s there on the day that you need it.

1800 377 700 or visit the website www.dpsupport.org.au

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