Psychology in dentistry- A tour into the patients mind |Recorded Video

Objective:

Dentistry is not about treating the mouth alone, rather understanding the mind as well. Acquaintance with patient's mind is needed to treat the patient. In this Webinar, we will learn about what goes around in patients mind so that we may build a stronger doctor- patient relationship.

 

What will you learn:

  1. Understanding patient's mind and his demands. 
  2. Reason as to why patient may ask you something. 
  3. Deriving best treatment plan as per needs. 
  4. Boosting patient doctor relationship.

 

Sub topics:

1- Introduction 

2- General psychology

3- Major concerns.

4- Behavioural derivations

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Basic psychological concept to improve your patient understanding.

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General Dentistry
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Psychology in dentistry
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   Video Source: Pre-recorded

   Language: English

   Created
9 months ago

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