“Being proactive versus reactive means to control a situation rather than letting it control you.”

15 May

Being proactive versus reactive means to control a situation rather than letting it control you.”

 
Today’s Challenge: Which do you think your patients would really prefer if given the choice to be proactive vs. reactive? Ask this question of your emergency patients this week – “If we were able to prevent this from happening with the rest of your teeth, would you like to?”

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