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“Pairing” Technology to Create a Next-Generation Patient Experience

Jun 04, 2024



Date: June 4, 2024 | 8:00 PM EST / 7:00 PM CST
Duration: 1 Hour
Credits: 1
Sponsor: EMS
Cost: Free

This course will take a look at the typical obstacles perceived to be valid reasons by dentist, dental hygienist, dental practice business managers, and managing partners, as to why new technology is not readily adopted for the dental hygiene component of clinical practices and dental hygiene programs. Challenges will be presented regarding these obstacles along with suggested strategies as to how a clinical practices or dental hygiene education programs might begin to pair these technologies to create a “Next-Generation” patient experience and dental hygiene graduate.

Who is this presentation for?

This presentation is designed for:

  • Private practice solo and/or group dentist, and DSO groups who want to not only attract talented dental hygiene graduates, but also want to breath new lie and enthusiasm into their existing dental hygiene division and heir long-serving dental hygiene team members.
  • Dental hygiene educators and program directors who want to attract the best and the brightest students, and graduate dental hygienist prepared and able to pioneer elevated, dynamic, and engaging “Next-Generation” dental hygiene experiences for their patients.
    Learning Objectives

Participants will be shown:

  • Why learning to drop your familiar tools is critical to adopting a “Next-Generation” approach to dental hygiene.
  • How “pairing” technology, similar to pairing fine wine and food, will result in an elevated, dynamic, and more engaging experience for patients, clinicians, and dental hygiene students.
  • A suggested plan for transitioning from “past-generation” dental hygiene to “next-generational” dental hygiene.


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