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Treatment Acceptance

November 23, 2021 Video Dental Video

Weekly Wisdom: Turning Compliant Patients into Committed Partners

by Oral Health

  In this week’s Weekly Wisdom video, Peter Barry discusses why it’s beneficial to help patients better understand what’s happening in their mouths before offering solutions.     Subscribe to Oral Health’s weekly e-newsletter to have the latest episode delivered

Treatment Acceptance
October 29, 2021 Feature Oral Health OfficePractice management

Emotional Momentum: Fresh Thinking About Treatment Acceptance

by Dr. Paul Homoly

You’re no longer special just because you offer implants, cosmetics and orthodontics. Moderate-to-complex care dentistry is rapidly becoming less of a differentiator among dentists. The differentiator among dentists in this decade and following is when they make patients feel well-cared

June 8, 2020 Feature Community outreachData Driven DentistryOHGdataPractice managementWebsites

How to Communicate Treatment Plans to Patients

by Oral Health

There are many reasons for patients to deny treatment acceptance, ranging from cost, time or simply a lack of understanding. Over 50% of patients have said they would be more likely to agree to treatment if their dentist was able

February 13, 2020 Feature Dental Hygiene

Collect What You Produce: Overcoming Objections

by Cathy Jameson, PhD

‘‘The # 1 secret to overcoming cost objections is to actively listen to your clients/patients and simply create value that exceeds their expectations.” — John DiLemme At the end of a great treatment presentation, you might think a patient is

Case Acceptance
September 11, 2018 Feature Oral Health OfficePatient educationPractice management

Practice Production: Case Acceptance #101

by Angie Drinic

Most would surely agree that having a semester dedicated exclusively to the psychology of Case Acceptance and New Patient Compounding before starting their dental career, would have been highly beneficial in dental school. Take into consideration these fundamental points before

Patient-Centred Care
July 30, 2018 Feature Oral Health OfficePatient education

Paid Patient-Centred Care, Soft Skills and Good Business

by Julian Perez, Director, Regulatory Compliance, dentalcorp

Health care administration has evolved drastically in the last generation, and the expectations about how health care providers communicate with patients ranks among the biggest of these changes. Numerous studies have shown that patient satisfaction depends upon the attitude that