Make Your Patients Happier To See
by Taking Away Their Pain...
My name is David
Snape and I am the author of the book: What You Should
Know about Gum Disease.
I am pretty sure
you know what it is like to have an unhappy patient. But
the exciting news is that you can do something to make the time
they spend with you a LOT more pleasant and productive for both
You and I both
know that periodontal disease is a huge problem.
Most people have no clue what it is or that they have it.
And education is important. What if you could give them a
clear, easy to understand guide written in layman's terms that
would help them by teaching them to want to
improve their periodontal health?
We both know that
what a patient does at home is critical to the health of their
gums. And when they have healthy gums, we know that they
don't feel much pain when you probe and scrape them. But
when they do have periodontal problems : OUCH, it hurts
a lot. They feel like you are
driving a pin into their gums at the slightest probing.
I've helped others
to put an end to the pain they feel at the office:
I read your literature, took
your advice and had the BEST dental checkup today in years!
There was some pain during the cleaning but nothing like it had
been. I could tolerate the whole process much better. The
dental hygienist was very impressed with my home care. My gums
weren’t inflamed like they had been. Usually when the hygienist
checked the pocket depths, it felt like she was shoving
straight pins into my gums. There were just a few areas where I
still got that sensation…
…I am personally convinced that
they work. I don’t need anymore proof than what I have
personally experienced. I really am grateful for your
information. I was initially skeptical but am a true believer
now. Thank you!
I love this book. It is a great
resource for those interested in improving or achieving
periodontal health. — Stan Wint, DDS Periodontist
Hi David…Just wanted to say
hello. I am a Dental Hygienist who has been in practice for
over 33 years....
.... I want to commend you on
your information. It is great and I hope it reaches out to
many, many people.
I am a very good hygienist,
both as far as my clinical skills and communication skills, but
I know very well that the answer to people keeping their gum
disease under control is really, mostly in their own hands…
and motivation are the three things that your patients
need to start helping themselves.
1. Patients must understand
what they are facing and why they are feeling so
much pain and are afraid to come to the office in the
2. You and I both know
that they must take more action at home, but what kind of
action? How can you teach them?
3. Motivation - They must
be motivated to care for their teeth and gums
By explaining the problem in
layman's terms in a casual and conversational way through my
book, they will develop all three - Understanding, motivation
and finally they will want to
Wouldn't it be nice for them to
be happy to see you instead of silently enduring pain like a
trooper. Worse, what if they are the type that becomes grumpy
when you work on them? You know you have a job to do and
you have to do it for their sake - If they only knew and
understood what you do for them they would be so much more
likely to thank you at the end of each visit.
You would be doing them a great
service if you could get them to that state. We both know
it is needed and necessary.
Next Step: Get a copy of
my book: What You Should
Know about Gum Disease and read it. When you
see for yourself that it is good, consider
arranging for your office to get copies into the hands of
all existing and new patients.
Then, experience a better and
happier working environment as you see more patients that are
genuinely happy to have you work on their mouths and are
grateful for the work that you do for them!
Even easier, you can simply go
to Amazon or any other online retailer and order it - even
right now! In fact, you can even find it being sold on
Link to the book on
Amazon: What You Should
Know about Gum Disease
I wish for you the best and I
wish for you to have happy patients who are genuinely happy to
see you and appreciate the good work that you do.
Author: What You Should Know about Gum Disease
ISBN: 978-0981485508 (You can
use this number to order the book from almost any book
PS: Imagine how much happier
YOU will be at the end of the day when you have more patients
that are happy and even grateful to see you - not to mention
the fact that they could have far better periodontal health as