Ultimate Case Presentation Program

Ultimate Case Presentation

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Are you achieving a high level of case acceptance?  Are your clients accepting recommended treatment, including cosmetic and comprehensive dentistry?  Would you like to see a huge rise in the amount of treatment that is accepted, scheduled and completed resulting in raving fan clients?

Case acceptance is a highly misunderstood topic among most dentists.  Many dentists think that as long as their clients do some of the treatment recommended, and what insurance covers, that equals good case acceptance.  The truth is, most clients accept very little treatment and often, it’s not the right treatment.  Often, what’s accepted is guided by a third party, like insurance coverage, or what the spouse said, or simply, “it’s not in the budget”, even though the kitchen renovation was.  We as dentists, and as staff, have bought into the “I can’t afford this” excuse and accepted it at face value.  But reality proves otherwise, especially when you look at how much people spend on things they don’t need every day.

So how do you improve your case acceptance?  There are some key things that are common among the successful practices and it comes down to case presentation.

What is at the core of every successful case presentation?  And why do some dentists have more success with this than others?  And can those key things be learned by anyone?

This program teaches you those key things to have a successful case presentation every time.  It is based on proven systems in human psychology and utilizes fundamental principles of human motivation.  This program teaches you these with integrity so that you can motivate and influence your clients to accept the treatment you believe they would benefit from, in a revolutionary way.

Find out what motivates ALL people, how to create a shift in case acceptance in your practice and do it all in a comfortable, sincere manner that suits your personality in this amazing program.  Improve your case acceptance starting today with the “Ultimate Case Presentation” program.