There’s always a first time for everything, and it’s no different when it comes to dentistry. It’s not even about how long you’ve been running a practice. Some cases just don’t come to us, but dentists should actively seek out doing any treatment for the first time. More than just getting the experience, the people you meet and work with, the mindset you must possess, and the processes you will learn can be life-changing from both a business and personal perspective.
Today, I share the story of my first hybrid patient and why I decided to take the case. I discuss the steps involved when it comes to hybrids, my experience working with a dental surgeon, and what I learned from them. I explain what type of hybrid cases you should have in your practice and how you can provide the most seamless customer experience. I describe your front-office team's role and why I believe they are the bottleneck of our practice. I discuss how a medical representative can help prepare your team for new procedures and services. I also share advice for those who want to be in the dental industry and what I wish I knew when I was getting started.
"I encourage every surgically-oriented dentist to get into doing hybrids yourself. It's life-changing work." – Tarun Agarwal
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