Sometimes the questions we ask our dental patients aren't structured to get us the information we are hoping for. Our clinical and planning decisions are based on the information we gather from patients. If we gather inaccurate impressions from their responses to our questions, we go down the wrong path clinically. Asking more powerful, well-crafted questions allows us to better know the patient and get more complete information and a better understanding of their situation.
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