Remind patients about incomplete treatment. For patients who reject treatment, remind them about the recommended treatment at each hygiene visit. This should be done subtly and politely, but it should take place every single time as a systematic approach.
Don't forget to discuss insurance benefits. For patients who have insurance benefits that have run out, follow up with them in the first week of January of the following year to let them know their benefits have renewed and you are calling to schedule them for treatment.
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