Dental Safety Net

Connecting you to a network
to keep your business and protect your
financial well-being!

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There’s no doubt you’ve heard the saying, ‘there are no such thing as accidents.’ While this may be true in most cases, the hard reality is that accidents are still going to happen, even if you’re the cautious type.

For a dentist, however, accidents can be detrimental to your practice, especially if you need ongoing medical care and recovery time.

Take the story of Dr. Sumar*, for example.  Dr. Sumar was a successful dental practitioner with over 25 years of experience.  After leaving work from his flourishing practice one day, Dr. Sumar was in a head-on collision with another vehicle, leaving him with a severely broken hand, fingers, and fractured collarbone. 

For Dr. Sumar, this was a devastating injury that left him unable to work for months.  As a result, Dr. Sumar had to close his practice and take an early retirement, leaving his valued patients to find alternative care.

There are two types of people who will tell you that you cannot make a difference in this world: those who are afraid to try and those who are afraid you will succeed.

Ray Goforth

Dr. Sumar’s case is difficult to hear, but there is a valuable lesson for practioners to learn from. “Though Dr. Sumar’s accident may not have been avoidable, had he been a member of Dental Safety Net, Dr. Sumar could have kept his practice operational during his absence,” says Dr. Bryan Brenner, Co-Founder of Dental Safety Net. “With Dental Safety Net, a network of reputable dentists and practitioners would have helped to ensure his patients continued to receive care, while giving Dr. Sumar the time he needed to heal and eventually return to the practice he loved.”

Don’t wait for an accident to happen before you become part of the Dental Safety Net family.   The ‘what-ifs’ won’t help to save your practice in the event of injury and lost time.

Join us today and get peace of mind in just a few simple steps.