At the 2019 IDS show in Cologne, Christian Coachman caught up with Dr Maxime Jaisson, Chairman and Co-founder of Modjaw to talk about his company’s latest innovations in 4D technology.
Over the years, our flagship DSD Residency 1 course has united like-minded clinicians worldwide who share a dream of dentistry being more than a job that pays the bills.
Digital Smile Design (DSD) is so much more than just a smile design concept.
As a dentist, the words and body language you use to explain concepts to your patients can leave them feeling more confused than informed. How does that happen?
Understanding this patient journey is your first step to implementing it, optimizing it - and providing patients with experiences that surprise and delight. This is one of the key topics that Christian Coachman explores at DSD Residency 1 courses.
While as dentists we would love to delight our patients with experiences that help them recognize the true value dentistry can provide in their lives,
From Christian Coachman’s experience in consulting for dental office owners and companies worldwide, he believes that most doctors are facing problems
Dentists often tell us they feel very uncomfortable when having to talk about themselves to patients because they don’t see it as being part of dentistry, but rather marketing and sales.
In dentistry today, there are so many opportunities, technologies, courses, insights, and new ways of doing things that it’s no wonder we often become overwhelmed by the huge amount of information available. And, as a result, we may sometimes make decisions that don’t help us move forwards with our careers.
Even though they are satisfied with their work, many dentists spend their careers wishing they could achieve greater fulfillment and an even stronger sense of professional achievement and purpose.
In today’s world, it’s getting harder and harder to be noticed.
Do you ever wish your patients were more enthusiastic about what you offer them?
When participants join Christian Coachman for DSD Residency courses, he recommends coming with a ‘beginner’s mind’.