Author Bryan McLelland

EP070: Wheelbarrow Profits Part 3, Nutrition and Wound Healing, Pacemakers and ICD’s

In this episode, I discuss Part 3 of Wheelbarrow Profits.  If you have ever considered investing or owning apartment buildings and multifamily dwellings this book review series is for you.  We dig deeper into the book and reveal more key knowledge.  The article review is on Pacemakers and ICD’s and the dental and oral surgical recommendation and precautions.

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EP069: Wheelbarrow Profits Part 2, Nutrition and Wound Healing

Remember! January 26/27th is our seminar/workshop on back and spinal health and you can find out more and register at

We continue to dive into multifamily real estate ownership and issues with our book review and then breakdown a great article on nutrition and wound healing.  With our surgical procedures we increase the body’s need for the building blocks of cells and to power the immune system to prevent infection.  We look at Zinc, Iron, Protein, Vit C and Vit E.

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Ep068: Be Your Own Bank

On this episode Patrick Jenkins and I discuss the mechanics and concept of owning your own bank and borrowing money for practice improvements etc. We also talk about setting up an investment that will pay you a monthly salary for life!  That salary could be between 5-10k a month depending on how much you invest and for how long.  You do not want to miss this one!


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Ep067: Wheelbarrow Profits Part 1, OMS Residents on Drugs, Subcutaneous Air after 3rd Molar Extractions

This is a great episode where we start Wheelbarrow Profits Part 1 book review and every dentist will want to consider this form of passive income.  I then go over a favorite article of mine on OMS residents and substance abuse showing the incidence and the substances abused!  I alsInteresting Case Buttono have a really interesting case of a young pregnant lady who had her asymptomatic wisdom teeth removed with a high-speed handpiece that ended up in the hospital with a severe infection.



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EP066: Trump Wins so Now What???

Whether we like it or not Donald Trump has won the election.  In January president-elect will become President Donald Trump.  Throughout the election season, there were many threats and promises made. In this episode, Patrick Jenkins joins me to talk about the anticipated tax changes a Trump Presidency will bring and the implications for Americans and specifically dentists.  Patrick Jenkins is amazing on this interview, and you won’t be disappointed!

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EP065: Final Part of the Five Love Language, Retrieving a Stripped Abutment Screw, Ideal Molar Soft Tissue Contours

I conclude part 3 of the FIVE LOVE LANGUAGES by Gary Chapman and you really do want to become a master of this topic and material.  I go into a clever tool called an SRT which is used to retrieve a stripped screw head in an abutInteresting Case Buttonment.  Photos of the tool and a screw I removed are in the interesting cases section as well.  The article review discusses custom molar healing abutments in order to obtain ideal soft tissue contours in the final restoration of molar implants.

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EP064: Anatomical Variation of the Mandibular Nerve, Part 2 of the Five Love Language, Teenager Breaks his Face goofing around

I start off this week with some more Irish Proverbs and move quickly into a very well done anatomical study on the variations of the course of the Mandibular Nerve or IAN.  There are many variations and each has a clinical implication specifically on achieving adequate local anesthetic.  If you have EVER had a problem with getting a patient numb and not know why this episode if for you.  I discuss my tricks for getting ideal anesthesia.

Interesting Case ButtonThe interesting case has some fantastic photos of a fractured supraorbital rim and anterior table of the frontal sinus that required open reduction and the placement of plates and screws.  I know you will enjoy this episode.


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EP063: The Five Love Languages, Refrigerant Topical vs Traditional Topical, Gingival Goomba/Mass

Today I start off with a couple of Irish sayings with my best Irish accent.  You will notice I did not say it was a good Irish accent, just my best.  From there I start part 1 of the Five Love Languages.  Mastering the content in this book will surely help you in every area of life and especially in the most important area : spouse and family.  This is a book every newly engaged couple should read and then every married couple should re read every 3 years.  I then review a study compariInteresting Case Buttonng topical refrigerant vs the traditional 20% topical benzocaine for palatal injections done by a friend of mine Dr Dimarco.  The interesting case goes over a large gingival mass in 27/28 area that was biopsied and excised and can be see in the interesting case section.  Enjoy this week’s episode!


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