MB2 Dental Breaks the Stigma on Traditional Dentistry

Many dental practices today face the challenge of finding quality staff for dental, customer service, accounting, marketing, and procurement services. As they try to find the best professionals for these tasks, it is easy for these practices to get caught up in the hustle and fail to deliver quality dental services. That is why Dr. Chris Steven Villanueva founded MB2 Dental in 2009 to help dental practices with most of these services so that they can focus on delivering quality dental care to their patients.

MB2 dental is, therefore, a company that helps practices make improvements in their operating standards. These developments are meant actually to benefit the patients who patronize them. The company under the management of Dr. Chris provides services such as human resources, finance, accounting, recruiting, billing, procurement, and business development. When dental services hand over these tasks to an independent company like MB2, they can be assured of the highest standards of quality and professionalism in their facilities.

When Dr. Chris graduated from dental school, he had an option of either joining a dental practice or starting his own private company. He had the idea of creating a model where he could enjoy the independence and ownership that comes with having his practice, while still benefiting from state of the art technology, shared best practices, and economies of scale. By founding MB2 dental, he got to enjoy the best of both worlds.

MB2 has seen tremendous growth since its inception in 2009. While it started as one facility, the practice has now grown and opened over 60 affiliate facilities in six states in the United States. MB2 has been founded on the principle that when they come together, dentists can help each other achieve much more than they could have if they went out individually.

MB2 has shattered the stigma of traditional dentistry where practices have drab and uninspired management. Through outsourcing to firms like MB2, facilities can now get fresh new ideas and talent for their operations. MB2’s innovations are meant to improve operating standards which in turn leads to happier practitioners. This is the key to realizing growth in the dental industry.

Dr. Chris Steven appreciates the role that technology has been playing in transforming dental health care. Going forward, the management team of MB2 intends to leverage tech to improve service delivery and promote quality dental care in the industry.

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Tony Petrello Makes Houston The Center Of His Charitable Activities

As the saying goes that a friend in need is a friend indeed, that is the case with the Houston based companies and businesses such as the Nabors countries, Houston Food Bank, H-EB among many others that assisted the local community at their hour of need. The year of 2017 marked a severer catastrophic event called the Hurricane Harvey that hit Houston and the surrounding areas of Texas and would go down in history and the minds of the people for a long time before it would be forgotten. Several streets flooded, properties worth millions destroyed and the supply of essential requirements such as food and shelter could not meet the growing demand. Many thanks to the Houston businesses that stepped up to provide vital aids to the affected people.

From time to time, the employees of the local drilling company participated in an array of community development services, fundraising for various projects among others. They have made this a culture that the Chief Executive Officer of Nabors Industries Mr. Tony Petrello is proud and passionate about it. When the Hurricane Harvey devastated the city, Tony allowed his workers to offer relief efforts at any time whenever they were needed. Such efforts by the workers were rewarded by a better pay as a sign of appreciation for the service. On a regular day, the employees would take their time in the fitness center and sometimes take some coffee at the Naborhood Café.

The Yale University graduate, Tony Petrello identified professor Serge Lang as his mentor. The experience and exposure he got from Lang who was a renowned mathematician as well as a respected author, positively impacted his life. Unfortunately, the professor died recently and during his memorial service, Tony donated at least $150, 000 as an endowment fee. Tony met with his wife Cynthia while in college. The duo became not only couples but also close allies that were passionate about education. They both ventured into various charitable endeavors together and made Houston the center of their activities. However, Tony Petrello was initially from New Jersey.

Tony Petrello’s career life kicked off from Baker and McKenzie law firm in 1979 after he graduated from Harvard University in Harvard Law School with a J.D degree. Besides, he has an MS degree in Mathematics from Yale University. Tony held the position of Managing Partner at the Baker & McKenzie law firm in 1986 to 1991 before joining Nabors industries.

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