Do you and your staff interact exactly the same way with all of your patients? If so, then your dental practice is missing out on opportunities to improve patients’ connections and boost treatment acceptance rates. A 2016 study conducted at the University of New Mexico Dental School indicated that “determination of patient personality type results in better patient communication...Read More
Many health care providers wince when they hear their patients described as customers. But, the bald truth is that dental patients are precisely that–consumers. And they have high expectations. Are you and all of your employees doing everything possible to provide stellar customer service to your patients? If not, a lack of emphasis in this area may be impacting your bottom line....Read More
Getting patients to accept treatment is a real challenge for most dental practices. Dentists typically explain to patients why specific treatments are needed and are then puzzled when patients don’t move forward with the treatment they should have to maintain their oral health. The reality is that getting patients to commit to treatment takes much more than merely providing a logical...Read More
Your Dental Office Receptionist Make a Lasting First Impression
First impressions are important. When patients are walking into the waiting room, have that area reflect the practice’s attitude toward overall patient comfort. It should be clean, calm, and relaxing.
This also reflects on the receptionist’s appearance. To establish a lasting and professional impression, receptionists...Read More