Unless patients have a specific and preferred plan for their dental health future, they will tend to stick with the “known” and remain victims of fate and luck. And along that path, they will tend to dissipate their resources in a disorganized fashion by reacting emotionally rather than strategically to their various dental problems and situations.
This is because nothing seems to make any sense to these patients on a deeper level, and consequently they make what they perceive to be minimal risk decisions…they do as little as possible to satisfy their immediate need – and they only do what their insurance will cover.
But with the facilitated establishment of a preferred future through Co-discovery, these very same people will become much more involved, innovative, and purposeful. Consequently, a more health-centered, goal-oriented behavior emerges.
Codiscovery was designed to be a bridge between unawareness (and therefore a reactionary mindset) and a purposeful mindset built out of much greater awareness.
Paul A. Henny, DDS
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