These are the dental videos that have generated the most buzz throughout the last year. To make sure you never miss a dental video technique, tip, how-to and more, make sure to subscribe to the Dental Products Report YouTube Channel.
These are the dental videos that have generated the most buzz throughout the last year.
To make sure you never miss a dental video technique, tip, how-to and more, make sure to subscribe to the Dental Products Report YouTube Channel.
10 4 steps to prepare your team for emergency scenarios
Dr. Brad Guyton of Jameson Consulting addresses every practice's worst nightmare: a 911 emergency.
9 3 tips to convert a phone call into a patient
It can be tough bringing in new patients to the dental practice. Jill Nesbitt, MBA, dental consultant and office manager, gives you some ideas on how to close new patients.
8 7 ways to help patients understand their dental plan
Here we go over some of the contract limitations and exclusions found in various plans and why you need to explain them to your patients.
7 How to complete a posterior restoration with Nexus RMGI
In this Technique Geek clinical video, Dr. Mike DiTolla offers a video how-to demonstrating how he uses
Kerr Dental’s new Nexus RMGI cement
to complete a posterior restoration.
6 How to make posterior composite placement easier
5 How to get the most out of your intraoral camera
Penny Reed Limoli of Limoli and Associates on how to use your intraoral camera for increased case acceptance and fewer broken appointments.
4 3 people you cannot fire!
Hiring and firing isn't always easy. Here, Ali Oromchian, Esq. on the three people dentist employers have to treat carefully to avoid legal problems.
3 How to place a full crown on tooth No. 23
3M True Definition Scanner
, Dr. Brent Fredrickson demonstrates how to place a crown on tooth No. 23 in the lower anterior region.
2 7 tips on how to handle an irate caller
Telephone skills are critical to establishing and maintaining excellent relationships with patients. But sometimes that's not easy! From time to time an angry, or irate, patient calls testing all of your telephone skills, your people skills, and your patience.
1 6 tips on how to work with an upset patient or employee
It’s unavoidable. Sometimes during the work day, you’re going to be dealing with an upset person on the phone. Here’s how to handle the situation and reach a positive outcome.