Provide choice and options.

Have a conversation about the pace and the duration of the treatment. Give as many options as possible to the patient about the pace and  the type of anesthetic, if any.

Agree on a non verbal way of communicating during the treatment, especially when using the rubber tent.

It’s worth the investment of time.

You taking the time to invest this time with the patient increase their chance of having a more positive experience. It can make the difference between the patient never coming back or starting to book more regular appointments.

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