Do you have a practice philosophy or mission within your enterprise? If you do, are all your actions reflecting the essence of your philosophy? If you don’t, why is it so important to have one?
This seminar is intended for dentists and members of their team. The objective is to demonstrate the importance of developing a practice philosophy which will serve as a guide for everyone to follow in their treatment approach with customers or for training purposes.
Without this solid foundation, our actions are not always coherent and the results can often be deceiving. With a real practice philosophy installed, everyone knows how to maintain high standards when providing treatments and services.
Part 2: Why a practice philosophy is so important
Our toughest challenge in dentistry is to make our patients understand their current situation and adhere to treatments which will improve their oral health for the rest of their lives.
To do so, we have to improve their dental IQ with relevant information, in the small amount of time we have them on our chair.
The tools necessary to improve communication skills will be provided. Objection handling and how to increase the acceptance level to proposed treatments will also be taught via the motivational interview.