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Position patients

Radiology POS 803

chairside manner refers to the way a dental profesional conducts themselves at the patient's chairside
communication defined as the process by which information is exchanged between two or more persons
facilitation skills interpersonal skills used to ease communication and develop a trusting relationship between the dental professional and the patient
interpersonal skills skills that promote good relationships between individuals
nonverbal communications involves the use of body language
patient relations relationships between the patient and the dental professional
confidentiality laws protect information and generally prohibit the transfer of information to nonprivileged persons
disclosure the process of informing the patient about the particulars of exposing dental radiographs
gagging the strong involuntary effort to vomit
gag reflex retching evoked by stimulation of the sensitive tissues of the soft palate
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