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Online Lectures

2017 AAO Annual Session - Create Cooperative Patients in Your Practice




Credits: None available.

Members: $30.00
Residents: $0.00
Staff Club: $0.00
CE Passport: $0.00
Distance Learning: $0.00
Standard: $75.00

Description

Today’s lecture will teach you strategies to create cooperative patients. You will understand how to use age appropriate analogies, ask curious questions, and enlist your patients to become team-members. Cooperative patients complete their orthodontic treatment on time with excellent results. Happy patients make your day fun.

Learning Objectives:

  • Actively listen and ask curious questions.
  • Develop realistic goals for their patients.
  • Assist their patients develop good habits to promote their dental health.

Speaker(s):

Credits

  • 1.00 - CE

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Blake Collins
4/15/20 3:15 pm

The lecture was great. It was very helpful and engaging on how to get patients to cooperate. I believe there is a problem with the test. Question #6 has 2 of the same answers and says one of them is correct when I actually don’t think any are correct. It says the answer is rebond the bracket without any conversation, which I don’t believe is correct because in the lecture, the orthodontist discusses how she asked the patient questions to get to the bottom of what is making their brackets loose.

Blake Collins
4/15/20 3:15 pm

The lecture was great. It was very helpful and engaging on how to get patients to cooperate. I believe there is a problem with the test. Question #6 has 2 of the same answers and says one of them is correct when I actually don’t think any are correct. It says the answer is rebond the bracket without any conversation, which I don’t believe is correct because in the lecture, the orthodontist discusses how she asked the patient questions to get to the bottom of what is making their brackets loose.

Blake Collins
4/15/20 3:16 pm

The lecture was great. It was very helpful and engaging on how to get patients to cooperate. I believe there is a problem with the test. Question #6 has 2 of the same answers and says one of them is correct when I actually don’t think any are correct. It says the answer is rebond the bracket without any conversation, which I don’t believe is correct because in the lecture, the orthodontist discusses how she asked the patient questions to get to the bottom of what is making their brackets loose.

Blake Collins
4/15/20 3:16 pm

The lecture was great. It was very helpful and engaging on how to get patients to cooperate. I believe there is a problem with the test. Question #6 has 2 of the same answers and says one of them is correct when I actually don’t think any are correct. It says the answer is rebond the bracket without any conversation, which I don’t believe is correct because in the lecture, the orthodontist discusses how she asked the patient questions to get to the bottom of what is making their brackets loose.

Blake Collins
4/15/20 3:16 pm

The lecture was great. It was very helpful and engaging on how to get patients to cooperate. I believe there is a problem with the test. Question #6 has 2 of the same answers and says one of them is correct when I actually don’t think any are correct. It says the answer is rebond the bracket without any conversation, which I don’t believe is correct because in the lecture, the orthodontist discusses how she asked the patient questions to get to the bottom of what is making their brackets loose.

Blake Collins
4/15/20 3:16 pm

The lecture was great. It was very helpful and engaging on how to get patients to cooperate. I believe there is a problem with the test. Question #6 has 2 of the same answers and says one of them is correct when I actually don’t think any are correct. It says the answer is rebond the bracket without any conversation, which I don’t believe is correct because in the lecture, the orthodontist discusses how she asked the patient questions to get to the bottom of what is making their brackets loose.