One of the Keys to Dental Case Acceptance

December 19, 2016
DMD Staff

Jim McKee, DDS, is a dentist in private practice. He’s also a Visiting Faculty member with Piper Education and Research Center, where he teaches on subjects such as occlusion and the clinical referral process. In this video clip, he discusses a determining factor in increasing case acceptance.

Jim McKee, DDS, is a dentist in private practice. He’s also a Visiting Faculty member with Piper Education and Research Center, where he teaches on subjects such as occlusion and the clinical referral process. In this video clip, he discusses a determining factor in increasing case acceptance.

Interview Transcript (slightly modified for readability)

“After practicing for 32 years, one of the things that I’ve seen that leads to increased case acceptance is really having the clinical confidence in the material that you’re going to be discussing with the patient. I think the number one aspect of case acceptance is to be confident in what you’re going to be presenting and to understand both the upside and the downside of the potential treatment that you’ll be presenting to the patient.”