I've been running my seminars on case acceptance for more than two years now and the results reported back to me by participants have been very impressive.
For example, a dentist who used to do 2 or 3 crowns a month got acceptance for seven crowns on their first day back in the office after the seminar.
One of the main reasons for the successes is that the dentists feel they finally have permission to show the patients what they really need.
And, when you do that, patients often surprise you by saying “yes”.
The ironical thing is that you don't need permission.
In fact, I'd say it was your duty to show patients the best that dentistry has to offer and if you're not doing that then you're falling short.
So, if you don't show people what's possible, why not?
Are you waiting of permission?