Making A Connection With Your Patients

Dr. Ginger Bratzel talks about the importance of keeping the human touch with your patients when running a dental practice.

We live in a world ruled (and worshiped) by technology.  Machines have automated this and saved us time doing that. It is the never-ending ‘shining bright object’ of our affection.

Not only does technology aid us in almost every aspect of our lives, it is changing faster than most can keep up with. What version of the iPhone are we on now? And it is very easy to jump on the bandwagon of trying to keep up. But next time you are thinking of implementing the next new tech gadget in your dental practice ask yourself….

Just because I can does that mean I should?


Click on the video image below to watch.

With automated follow up emails and text reminders sometimes it is very easy to outsource human interaction to a machine.  You can even go in a grocery store now, do your shopping, run through the self-check out and leave without interacting with one single human being.  While sometimes this is convenient, we are also losing sight of the power of the human touch.

Dentists get very close and personal with their patients.  You are working inside their mouths, inches away from their faces so we especially need to keep that personal connection with them.  Patients need to know they are cared for, and they want to make a connection with you.

It doesn’t matter what fancy new tech gadget they come up with next, nothing will ever replace the power of the human touch.

In this video, you’ll learn about:

  • The power of the human touch
  • Patients need to make a connection with you
  • Can Vs Should
Please take a few minutes and watch the video above– do it for you and for your practice.