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How to Make Every Patient an Ideal Patient

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Want to make every patient an ideal patient?  You know, the patients that show up for appointments, are happy to be in your chair, don’t move or challenge the procedure and brag about how great you are!  Well, it is possible and there is a revolutionary new therapy now available to enhance the patient experience by naturally relaxing the body within minutes resulting in THE IDEAL PATIENT. 

Introducing,  NuCalm, a natural, drug-free, side-effect free, and cost-effective means to make every patient and ideal patient—every time.

NuCalm works by mimicking the natural process of readying the body for sleep.  NuCalm provides the same deep relaxation every person feels moments before they fall asleep.

During a dental appointment, the NuCalm patient is: relaxed, exhibits deep breathing and muscle relaxation; is unaware of time and space and is distracted from the dental procedure; is physically incapable of having an anxious response; is conscious and can respond to voice commands and is not compromised—NuCalm is a drug-free, neurobiomemetic relaxation technology.

Here to talk with us about this revolutionary product is James Poole, a business executive with extensive experience in the dental, healthcare, biotechnology, market research and IT industries. He is the President and CEO of Solace Lifesciences, a neuroscience company focused on personalized evidence-based wellness and performace.  Jim serves on the board of directors of several medical device firms throughout the world and is a recognized business leader, speaker and accomplished author. He lectures all over the world and has published over 30 articles in industry trade journals.  Jim earned a BA in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and an MBA in International Business and Marketing from Babson College.

 

 

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