case acceptance

PreVu Software debuts new Starter package for cosmetic dental imaging
PreVu Software debuts new Starter package for cosmetic dental imagingThe package is designed to help dentists explore the potential use of cosmetic dental treatment simulations in their practices.
3 key factors in case acceptance
3 key factors in case acceptanceFiguring out how to really get your patients to choose the care that's best for them.
How patients decide to accept, delay or decline care
How patients decide to accept, delay or decline careIt seems almost every day patients leave the practice to “think about” needed dentistry. Patients’ Path to Dental Care Purchases study surveyed patients who had made, or were planning to make, a dental care purchase that required an out-of-pocket investment. The study findings can provide insight into patients’ decision-making process and how dental teams can help patients accept needed dentistry without delay.
Why I fired my dental lab and hired ProVeneer for my veneers
Why I fired my dental lab and hired ProVeneer for my veneersI started practicing dentistry in 1975 just about the time that light curing of restorations was being introduced. Before that time, all restorative materials were self cured, making it a longer and more cumbersome procedure. So I purchased one of the original UV light curing units when it first became available, and, early on in my career, became a proponent of cosmetic dentistry.
7 behavioral cues that lead to increased treatment acceptance
7 behavioral cues that lead to increased treatment acceptanceMost big dental consulting groups will use some version of DISC personality types to introduce a dental team to the fact that both the team and the clients have different personalities and react to information in different ways.
Dental benefits: Use them or lose them
Dental benefits: Use them or lose themAs we enter the fall season, chances are that you have patients with remaining dental benefits who also require dental care. According to Forbes, only three percent of patients use all of their benefits in a given year.
4 steps to improved true treatment acceptance
4 steps to improved true treatment acceptanceGetting patients to say yes to treatment can be a big hurdle, but there are four easy steps that can help.
Planning for per-patient production growthWise business leaders know that, before venturing into new territory, you first make the most of what you already have. For you as a practice leader, that means maximizing per-patient production.
4 reasons patients don’t go forward with treatmentYour case acceptance rates are abysmal, and you have no idea why. You and your team members talk with your patients about the importance of going forward with treatment, yet most never do—even when you think they’re ready to schedule. members talk with your patients about the importance of going forward with treatment, yet most never do—even when you think they’re ready to schedule.
How technology can shape endodontic patient case acceptanceAs Dr. Garrett Morris, endodontist in New Orleans, Louisiana, explains in his interview with us, people hear the words “root canal” and immediately have negative feelings. But being an endodontist is more than that – much more.