|Frequently Asked Questions
What is handpiece repair?
Handpiece repair involves rebuilding and repairing high-speed drills that are used by dentists. This usually requires the replacement of a few parts, such as bearings or o-rings. It takes about 20 minutes, but is generally valued at $89.
Does it take a lot of time?
No. After an initial start-up period when you introduce yourself to various dentists around town, it takes very little time assuming you use the unique business model developed by Vern Tunnell. No one can predict how well your business will grow, but you will have the best program and backing to help you achieve your goals.
Will I work for High Speed Service?
No. You will be 100 percent your own boss so you can set your own hours and work as much (or as little) as you want. You can work anywhere within your protected territory laid out by you and Vern Tunnell. There are no expectations or salary caps.
Is this industry viable and growing?
Absolutely. Dentists in some parts of the country are reducing their service areas, which means there will be more and more dentists but fewer people to service their handpieces. Plus, as you may have read, health care continues to be one of the fastest-growing industries in the country.
What if I run into a problem I cannot fix?
No problem. One of the best benefits of High Speed Service is that you can call Vern directly. He can either talk you through a problem on the phone or, in a worst case scenario we have a selection of dealer support repair shops to handle the tough ones. Or, you can benefit from the experience of other dealers closer to your service area.
What else should I know about business opportunities?
Always check with the Better Business Bureau. Feel free to check us out, contact one of our dealers, or even call the district attorney in Portland, Oregon, where Vern is based. This is a 100 percent legitimate and successful business without franchise fees, restrictions, designated parts suppliers, or other gimmicks designed to make you work harder for someone elses gain.