The relaxed dentist...

Dr Mark Hassed is a dentist who is deeply interested in communication and efficiency.

How do you simplify and expedite your patient's decision process and then deliver the chosen product/service rapidly with maximum quality and minimum stress?

Learn the secrets to productive, stress-free dental practice.

Seminars and audio


 

Perth 2 December

The art of case acceptance returns to Perth. Don't miss it.

Audio program

Information-packed audio program on The art of case acceptance.

In-office seminar

Training for your whole team without leaving your office.

Dr Mark Hassed

“Learning how to explain treatment to patients in a way that's quick, simple and effective changes everything.
It’s a skill that breathes new life into your professional career and lifts your practice to its full potential.
I’ve spent decades studying and simplifying case acceptance. Please let me show you the secrets.”

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The Relaxed Dentist's seminars

The art of case acceptance


Our flagship seminar, The art of case acceptance, teaches you how to rapidly, successfully and without stress explain treatment to patients.
Have you ever backed off telling a patient about the treatment they need because you were afraid how they'd react? If so you need to come to this seminar.
The seminar covers everything from presenting simple things like crowns, endodontics, veneers and implants all the way up to full mouth cases.
Whether you're just starting out or are already very successful you're sure to find things that you can put into practice on Monday morning.
In this information-packed seminar, you learn everything you need to know about this vital topic in just one day.

[6 hours CPD. Comprehensive work book included.]

The art of efficient dentistry


A seminar for dentists and their teams.
Our new seminar, The art of efficient dentistry, teaches you how to get more done in less time, with less stress while maintaining excellent clinical standards.
Become a solid team where everything happens like clockwork and every player in the team knows their role.
The seminar is suitable for general dentists and specialists.
Whether you're just starting out or are already very successful you're sure to find things that you can put into practice on Monday morning.
In this information-packed seminar, you learn everything you need to know in just one day.

[6 hours CPD. Comprehensive work book included.]

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Six patients to avoid (part1).

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