Why educating patients leads to case acceptance

April 30, 2015
Issue 4

Understanding is the first step of every dental procedure. Patients need to know what you mean when you are talking about their oral health and recommending treatments in order to make decisions about their care.

Understanding is the first step of every dental procedure. Patients need to know what you mean when you are talking about their oral health and recommending treatments in order to make decisions about their care.

That’s why patient education is so important to your practice, and why it’s so important that your messages are clear.

Thanks to the Internet, people are used to going online, searching for things and watching videos-they are virtually programmed to automatically educate themselves. Smartphones, iPads, tablets, and computers have become so integral to our daily routines. So why not capitalize on this constant connectivity to engage your patients in the learning process.

What if all they need to do is click on a link you’ve emailed them, go to your website, or watch a series of presentations in your treatment room and then have a chance to discuss it with you? That's where our new e-book comes in handy.

Click here to download our e-book on using cloud technology to bring answers and awareness to your patients wherever they have access to the Internet.