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Developing Better Communication and Presentation Skills for Dentists

Dr. Paul Homoly, CSP, is President of Homoly Communications. He has presented his work on treatment acceptance and leadership communication in different associations and organizations worldwide. He has also created speaker development programs for market-leading demo companies like Nobel Biocare, Ormco Orthodontics, Pacific Dental Services, Dentsply Sirona, and many others.

Dr. Homoly had been a practicing dentist performing implant and restorative dentistry for 20 years, and he has also written five great books with some amazing titles such as ‘Dentists: An Endangered Species’, ‘Isn’t it Wonderful When Patients Say Yes’, ‘Making it Easy for Patients to Say Yes’,Just Because You’re Leading Doesn’t Mean They’ll Follow’ and ‘Just Because You’re an Expert Doesn’t Make You Interesting‘. Additionally, he’s authored two online in-office training programs on case acceptance, ‘Case Acceptance Skills for New Dentists’ and ‘Making it Easy for Patients to Say Yes’.

In this episode…

Dental schools focus on teaching young dentists how to become experts in their field of study. However, there is one very important skill that they miss: communication skills. These young dentists are more than capable of providing excellent service but they aren’t able to relay this to their clients effectively. Many have already seen the importance of good communication in their practice and thus, decide to join programs that can help them improve. Enter Dr. Paul Homoly.

Dr. Homoly knows very well the importance of good communication. He struggled as a young man in dentist school to speak better and decided to work on his communication skills. He became a sought-after speaker and now his mission is to help fellow dentists improve the way they communicate with clients to better position themselves and their practice in the industry.

Join Dr. Blair Feldman In this episode of the In Your Face Podcast as he talks to Dr. Homoly about the work he does with dentists, the biggest communication challenges he has seen among dentists, the importance of non-verbal communication and presentation skills, and why dentists should consider entering his program if they want to get better at connecting with clients. Stay tuned.

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