Creating The Outstanding Physiologic Practice
- Posted on: Aug 25 2020
Course Type: Electives
New Major Module Added: How will the way we practice dentistry change post the Covid-19 Era? Dr. Michael Reece and Dr. Chong Lee will focus on how they anticipate dentistry may change and will discuss everything from PPE’s, marketing, social distancing and much more.
Knowing the clinical techniques of physiologic dentistry is not enough to be successful. You must be able to attract, present and close on physiologic cases to apply these techniques. This course is designed to give the participants the “soft skills” to get more patients to want the dentistry you know they need.
View our Course Information:
|Tuition: $2495 – Doctor (includes one team member)||Prerequisites: Core I|
|Team Tuition: $795||CE Credits: 15|
|AGD Codes: 550||Length of Course: 2 days|
|Campus LVI Main Campus|
The Objectives of this course are for the participant to be able to:
- Discuss what patients really, really want
- Utilize presented marketing and branding techniques
- Perform comprehensive exams
- Utilize treatment planning and financial arrangements your patient will accept
- Develop profit & loss statements
- Utilize technology to develop a physiologic practice
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Hear what others are saying about this course:
“Two days with three very successful, great docs with incredible teams that provided my team with some valuable tools to help us be more successful! Priceless!
Dr. Frank Sullivan, St. Francisville, LA
“Please know I was at Chong, Suh, and Reece’s presentation on Tuesday and Wednesday with my entire team and a new team member who had worked for 4 hours with us before going to this course. This truly helped us jump start her into the practice and now we know she is on board. Would have cost us a lot more time and energy without this. I got lucky with timing. Cool thing is these “three musketeers” all have their own style. Whereas we learned from all of them and took multiple ideas from each, this enabled us to go back to the office with a list of things we wanted to change and apply. There were way too many to do at one time. I had the team take their top 10 and this is where we started.Next month the next ten.”
Dr. Ron Konig, Houston, TX