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How to bring the human element and personal touch to online orthodontic consultations

Dr. Jonathan Nicozisis has been in the specialty practice of orthodontics since 1997. He is an orthodontist at Princeton Orthodontics and he is the co-creator of The Aligner Intensive Fellowship. He is also a member of Invisalign® National Speaker’s Bureau and Clinical Research Network where he helps conduct research and development of new technologies and improvements to the Invisalign Technique. He has given over 400 lectures nationally and internationally on aligner therapy. Dr. Jonathan Nicozisis completed his dental education at the University of Pennsylvania before attending Temple University for his orthodontic residency. While at Temple University, he received his specialty certificate in orthodontics and a master’s degree in Oral Biology. During his training, he also completed an externship at the Lancaster Cleft Palate Clinic in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where he was involved with the care of patients with craniofacial syndromes.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Dr. Jonathan Nicozisis’ thoughts on the current COVID-19 crisis and his advice to fellow orthodontists and dentists.

  • How orthodontists can bring the human element and personal touch to remote consultations and online treatments.

  • Dr. Nicozisis talks about his career and why he wanted to be an orthodontist.

  • Dr. Nicozisis discusses what the Aligner Intensive Fellowship is about, his future plans for it, and how he keeps it fresh.

  • Dr. Nicozisis talks about his inventions and the common misconceptions people have about patents.

  • How Dr. Nicozisis comes up with memorable and catchy phrases for his products.

  • What Dr. Nicozisis has learned in his practice and what he is doing differently today from what he did 20 years ago.

  • Dr. Nicozisis talks about how he developed his confidence and why he looks forward to the return to normalcy.

In this episode…

The current health crisis has necessitated the adoption of technology to conduct online consultations and treatments for orthodontists and dentists. There has been an increased use of teledentistry and more health practitioners are providing health services to their patients online.However, many of these doctors find it hard to incorporate their personal touch to the online consultations. The patients often miss out on the human element they were accustomed to in brick and mortar practices. So how can orthodontists bring back their personal touch and human element to remote consultations? Dr. Jonathan Nicozisis joins Craig Weiss and Dr. Blair Feldman in this episode of the In Your Face Podcast, to explain how orthodontists and dentists can improve on the delivery of their services by bringing in their personal touch. He also talks about his inventions, creating the Aligner Intensive Fellowship, and how he comes up with memorable and catchy phrases for products. Stay tuned.

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