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It’s not all about teeth: A communications webinar

Of all the responsibilities in the dental office, one of the most important is building patient relationships. The entire success of the practice depends upon the result of our ability to understand your patients as individuals, recognize and respond to their needs/wants and your ability to guide them to an informed decision that is in their own best interest. The dental school tends to focus on the technical aspects every dentist should have; however, strategies on how to effectively communicate with patients isn’t always a focus in the curriculum.

Join Bill Bloink, DMD, and Leadership Training Developer Zara Thomas of Heartland Dental as they explore some of the essential fundamental aspects of how to build patient relationships in “It’s Not All About Teeth: A Communications Webinar.” This interactive webinar will be full of storytelling, taking a look at how your personality can influence your relationships with patients, case scenarios and tools to becoming an excellent well-rounded dentist post-dental school.

~Heartland Dental

Register for the noon or 7:30 p.m. CST webinar today.

This content is sponsored and does not necessarily reflect the views of ASDA.

Heartland Dental

Heartland Dental, LLC is the largest dental support organization in the United States with over 900 supported dental offices in 37 states. Based in Effingham, IL, Heartland Dental provides non-clinical support services to over 1,300 dentists.

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1 Comment

  1. Thanks for sharing the link to the webinar!

    As a Dentist I agree with you, we need to go beyond the technical part of our practice, after all, we treat human beings, so we need to humanize our practices

    And that begins when we start listening to them, not only in our offices, but in other channels, as social media

    Greetings from Caracas, Venezuela

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