Three Key Elements
to Closing More Cases
As you know, your dental patients drive your success. Those patients are increasingly expecting convenient virtual consultation options. You also know that a key skill in maintaining a productive schedule is the ability to successfully present a treatment plan and “close” the case. Providers have new options for case presentation with teledentistry. For example, with TeleDent, they can send compelling digital case presentations via email or messaging to the patient to help patients (and their spouse, partner, or parents…) say yes from the comfort of their own home. Attendees will learn presentation techniques that can be applied to both in-office and virtual presentations for more impact; so the webinar will be valuable even if you are not currently considering teledentistry.
Join Dayna Johnson, founder and CEO at Novonee, the premier Dentrix community, for an introduction for Dentrix users on how practice management software integrated with teledentistry can be leveraged every day for both patient and practice wins.
- Learn how to add value and create impact into your in-office and virtual treatment presentations
- Discover how to use integrated practice management and teledentistry solutions (Dentrix and TeleDent) to attract more of the decision makers
- Create a more interactive experience and ditch the printed treatment estimate
- Learn the verbal skills needed to discuss money and get more patients to say “Yes” to scheduling
About the Presenter
With more than 25 years of experience in the dental industry, Dayna Johnson’s passion for efficient, consistent, and secure systems is grounded in personal understanding and professional expertise. She helps clients develop standardized protocols for all practice management systems.
Seeing a need in the dental industry for more resources, Dayna founded Novonee® – The Premier Dentrix Community in 2016 and helps cultivate Dentrix superusers all over the world.
When she is not training, speaking, or writing an article, Dayna enjoys spending time in the garden, golfing, and hiking in the Rocky Mountains.