In some offices they look down their noses at emergencies. It's almost as if anyone who has a dental emergency is somehow an undesirable patient. The very fact they have an aching tooth makes them a second class person.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Over my years in dentistry I used to pick up a steady flow of patients from nearby “donor” offices who refused to see emergencies. I always saw emergencies same day.
It was a great source of new patients and I found them to be grateful and loyal. On quite a few occasions I got to do full mouth restoration on patients who started in the office as emergencies.
To be able to see emergencies same day you only need three things:
- A flexible mindset.
- A free operatory.
- Sufficient staff.
Then you tell the emergency there will be a wait because you are squeezing them into your schedule. It works great.
The Art of Case Acceptance and The Art of Efficient Dentistry.
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