We have a lot of tools at our disposal to help us to be able to communicate. And one of those pieces of communication that is existential in getting treatment plan acceptance is photography.
Where does my staff fit into complete dentistry? Well, they fit in every step of the process. A strong and supportive team is the key to a sustainable practice.
One of the most common reasons that dentists have to do a lot of adjustments on a new crown is failure to start their treatment with a complete examination and plan their treatment.
One of the main problems we see when we are restoring an anterior tooth that's just recently chipped is that we always have to adjust occlusion. Whenever you see a chipped tooth you have to ask yourself why. Why is that chip there?
Florida Association of General Dentistry (AGD) caught up with Clinical Director, Dr. John Cranham to talk about how to thrive as a dentist, the current 'State of the Union' in dentistry and a number of other hot topics. Check out how it went
How do you build confidence in treating more difficult cases? This question comes up many times during our curriculum, and in many occasions during our teachings, we talk about the process of going from consciously competent to the process of becoming unconsciously competent.
If we have a symptomatic TMD patient and are trying to figure out, can we make this patient better or comfortable? How can we stabilize the joints?
I'd like to spend a few minutes with you discussing case acceptance and how do we increase case acceptance, working around the limitations of insurance.
How important is it to your practice that patients trust you?
Perhaps it’s best to think about this by asking, “What’s the impact on your practice when patients don’t trust you?”
Let me give you this quick tip so that you can gain some time outside the office without having any effect on what goes inside the office.