patient comfort

The best ways to help dental-phobic patients
The best ways to help dental-phobic patientsMany patients are afraid of the dentist, but a good experience can go a long way to mitigating their phobias.
4 steps for treating nervous dental patientsMany patients are nervous about getting in the dental chair, but there are ways to make the experience less stressful for them.
8 ways to make your waiting room “the place to be”Your waiting room gives patients their first impression of your office—but is it a good one?
Are your patients terrified of visiting your practice?
Are your patients terrified of visiting your practice?Some people hate going to the dentist—but here’s one possible solution to help patients feel safe and cared for.
Making intraoral scanning mobile
Making intraoral scanning mobileThe Dental Wings Portable Intraoral Scanner is said to be ideal for practices with limited space.
How to create a ‘pre-suasive’ dental practice
How to create a ‘pre-suasive’ dental practiceCreating the right atmosphere can help patients feel more at ease.
[SPONSORED] Combining equipment and ergonomics to enhance the patient experience
[SPONSORED] Combining equipment and ergonomics to enhance the patient experienceHaving the right equipment – and knowing how to use it – is crucial.
Using the NOMAD Pro 2 for efficient chairside X-rays
Using the NOMAD Pro 2 for efficient chairside X-raysHow dental teams and patients are benefitting from this portable handheld X-ray system.
I Use That: The Restful Jaw
I Use That: The Restful JawOne practitioner explains how the Restful Jaw allows him to offer more comfort and care to his patients.
How to use marketing to increase patient comfort

The way you market your practice is directly related to the comfort level of your patients. The more comfortable they feel, the more patients you will earn and retain.