The Psychology of Dental Patient Care

Drawing on the latest research, this book offers a practical, jargon-free overview of the dentist-patient relationship, with the aim of creating greater job satisfaction for the dentist as well as the provision of better dental care. The book reinforces that pragmatic approach but adds the advantages of understanding and applying practical psychological strategies to improve and underpin it. The central theme of the book is that dental health care is a two-person endeavour rather than something that one person does to another.

106 pages, paperback, 138 x 215mm
Availability: In stock
ISBN: 9780904588552
Delivery date: 3-5 days
£25.00
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Author R Freeman
Publisher BDJ Books
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