The Oral-Systemic Dental Practice Toolkit is a comprehensive package of tools designed to empower dental practices to build their "Oral-Systemic Center of Excellence".
Oral-Systemic Dental Practice Toolkit
- 1. 4 courses Dr Whitney wrote- “A Comprehensive Review of Vascular Disease”
2. Handout to be given to your dental patients. It is editable, but written by 3rd Era Dentistry to give you 3rd party credibility.
3. Handout to be given by MD to their patients. Physicians highly value quality handouts to give to their patients. It saves them valuable time during their office visits. This patient handout can be given to the MD directly by you during a meeting, or given to them by your mutual patient. It is editable so you can include your practice information.
4. Letter introducing your physician colleagues to the oral systemic links. It concisely teaches them the major oral-systemic links and includes references to enhance credibility. It is editable so you can include your practice information.
5. Hygiene reactivation letter. To be sent to your lapsed hygiene patients explaining why they should choose to return for exam and cleaning.
6. Medical History for the Dental Practice. Most history forms in dental practices are too long and are never looked at more than once. This is concise, including only medical history that is important to the dental professional. It is meant to be used regularly. Its optimal use would be to review it during every huddle to find each person’s personal motivator to be used during the visit discussion. Doing so will inspire acceptance of both the treatment protocols and home care you are recommending. You will inspire them why they would be wise to accept your recommendations, not just what you are recommending.
7. Newsletter for Marketing- Oral Systemic Overview- Written by Dr Whitney to give you M.D. 3rd Party credibility.
8. Newsletter for Marketing- Optimal Home Oral Care- Written by Dr Whitney to give you M.D. 3rd Party credibility.
9. Waiting Room Patient Survey- Written to both begin the education and discussion about the oral-systemic links with your patients. It also helps you know their baseline knowledge