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2017 AAO Annual Session - Create Cooperative Patients in Your Practice



Credits: None available.

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 2:15 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 2:15 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 2:16 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 2:16 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 2:16 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 2:16 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.