Asset protection kit

Oct. 1, 1997
The first asset protection kit solely for dentists (The Dentist`s Asset Protection Kit©) has been released by David B. Mandell, JD, MBA, a leading wealth-defense attorney. Through the kit, which consists of a 300-page book, a 50-page special report, an audio tape and a number of worksheets and forms, Mr. Mandell hopes to show dentists how to protect their practice and savings from lawsuits and taxes.

The first asset protection kit solely for dentists (The Dentist`s Asset Protection Kit©) has been released by David B. Mandell, JD, MBA, a leading wealth-defense attorney. Through the kit, which consists of a 300-page book, a 50-page special report, an audio tape and a number of worksheets and forms, Mr. Mandell hopes to show dentists how to protect their practice and savings from lawsuits and taxes.

While the kit`s special report and audio tape detail the lawsuit threats that dentists face in their practices and in their personal lives, the book shows dentists how to protect themselves against such threats.

The kit is available for approximately one-half price through Guardian Publishing. Call (800) 554-7233.

Sponsored Recommendations

Clinical Study: OraCare Reduced Probing Depths 4450% Better than Brushing Alone

Good oral hygiene is essential to preserving gum health. In this study the improvements seen were statistically superior at reducing pocket depth than brushing alone (control ...

Clincial Study: OraCare Proven to Improve Gingival Health by 604% in just a 6 Week Period

A new clinical study reveals how OraCare showed improvement in the whole mouth as bleeding, plaque reduction, interproximal sites, and probing depths were all evaluated. All areas...

Chlorine Dioxide Efficacy Against Pathogens and How it Compares to Chlorhexidine

Explore our library of studies to learn about the historical application of chlorine dioxide, efficacy against pathogens, how it compares to chlorhexidine and more.

Enhancing Your Practice Growth with Chairside Milling

When practice growth and predictability matter...Get more output with less input discover chairside milling.