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With the industry reaching a total value of $4 billion per year, cosmetic dentistry has never been more in demand. While there is no doubt this means exciting opportunities for dentists, it has also resulted in an increasingly competitive landscape. Without the right approach and tools, growing a cosmetic dental practice has become nearly impossible.

At SmileMe, we know that the key is in communication and positioning a dental clinic properly. The most successful clinics are the ones who know what they should communicate, and how they should communicate it. They are the ones who can make a patient feel comfortable and confident enough to proceed with the proposed treatment.

With the SmileMe Mirror, you can become more successful attracting more of the patients you want. In fact, it is the only concept tool that can guarantee you to do more cosmetic dentistry. Please read on to learn how SmileMe grows dental clinics.

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Practices wanting to do more cosmetic treatments should understand the difference between “need” and “want” dentistry.

In a more traditional workflow, it is perfectly fine to bring the patient directly from the waiting room into the chair, and immediately start diagnosing. Promoting cosmetic dentistry, however, requires a different approach.

In this case, the team should take the time to discuss with the patient what they like and don’t like about their smile. We call this conversation the Smile Analysis and by asking these 13 carefully-crafted questions, we learn more about the desires of our patient and position ourselves as experts in aesthetic dentistry.

 
 
 
 

Practices wanting to do more cosmetic treatments should understand the difference between “need” and “want” dentistry. In a more traditional workflow, it is perfectly fine to bring the patient directly from the waiting room into the chair, and immediately start diagnosing.

Promoting cosmetic dentistry, however, requires a different approach. In this case, the team should take the time to discuss with the patient what they like and don’t like about their smile.

We call this conversation the Smile Analysis and by asking these 13 carefully-crafted questions, we learn more about the desires of our patient and position ourselves as experts in aesthetic dentistry.

 
 
 
 
 
 

After analyzing the desire of the patient and visualizing the potential, it is time to make sure the patient is comfortable enough to accept the treatment. This is only possible by taking away all potential doubts and fears.

The most crucial part of this, is to take some time to explain the treatment in a way that the patient understands it. The SmileMe Mirror supports this part of the consultation through interactive content.

All treatments, from veneers to aligners, are visualized and explained with easy-to-understand pictures, videos, and animations.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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