Eliminate distractions. When presenting treatment, it's important not to allow any distractions. Fumbling with papers, looking at your computer for too long, or being interrupted all create negative energy in a case presentation.
Don't forget to follow up with patients. After making a presentation, be sure to follow up with the patient one week later. A phone call, rather than a text, even when leaving a voicemail, is the better option. Making this simple phone call is often all it takes for the patient to make the final decision to have treatment.
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