Dr. Chris Steven Villanueva is the founder of MB2 dental. He was born in Ohio, and studied his high school education in Venezuela and graduated with bachelor’s degree in microbiology from the University of Florida and later earned his DMD from the Nova Southeastern University. Before founding MB2 Dental, he worked for several organizations in serving in different positions including an associate dentist, trainer and mentor, dental director, and as an advocate for doctor-focused practice model. Having been frustrated by various working procedures of several hospitals, Villanueva launched MB2 to help doctors so that dentists can perform their tasks to the best of their capacity. Since its establishment, the company has grown to over 533 employees firm that supports over 70 affiliated locations in six states. The success of the company has been attributed to the principal that doctors working together can help each accomplish more than an individual can yield.
The uniqueness of MB2 Dental
The firm has practices that aim at improving the benefits of the patients. Moreover, the company devotes time to research and innovations that improve operating standards that make the practitioners happy and facilitate rapid business growth. The strong adherence to the progressive business culture makes the firm remain unique. To ensure the progressive business culture, the firm ensures that they provide an environment where dentists can grow and have practical experience and success. Armed with an expert team that helps the dentist to triumph over any legal, payroll, compliance, HR, and marketing challenges, the firm will continually remain at the helm of the dental industry.
A LEAF WORTH TAKING
During an interview with Ideamensch, Dr. Villanueva pointed out some key issues that can be of help to entrepreneurs, executives and the youth. Villanueva spends a considerable time of his nights thinking about the next day. He still holds a piece of advice from his mentor that he should never be the smartest person in a place, a factor that helps him surround himself with smart people. Dr. Villanueva argues that most CEOs get it wrong when they try micromanaging. Villanueva is fascinated by the power of technology and the role it plays in bettering patients’ experience. Avoiding being stuck in the ego of ideas and promoting an open work environment is imperative for performance. He advises people to take time for self-reflection before executing any idea. Finally, Dr. Villanueva gave entrepreneurs a business idea to venture on. Mapping out restaurants, which offer allergy-friendly foods and having them on an app can be a fantastic idea.