You’ve been called into the office to take care of your dental work.
But you have a feeling that the boss has something to say.
“Is there anything I can do for you?” the boss asks.
You’ve just spent hours on the phone with your dentist, trying to work out a strategy for the procedure.
It’s an unusual situation for someone who is not used to interacting with the office and is used to doing it on her own.
“I’m not used, so I’m having a hard time,” she says.
You can’t just turn your head and say “yes” and leave, she adds.
You have to take the job seriously.
And you can’t let the boss down.
So you’re forced to answer the questions in the phone call.
What is the best way to approach this?
Is there something you can do to make it easier for him to take a look at the plan?
“I would have to think it through a little bit.
I’m trying to help you,” the boss says.
“If I do it for you, then I feel I’m helping the dentist, and if I do not, then he might not be able to do it,” she adds, “so I’m not in the best position to make a decision.”
This might seem like a small thing, but the way you respond to a dentist appointment can have a huge impact on your day.
Take a look below at some of the best ways to respond to the boss when you’re having a dentist checkup.
When you’re not sure about a dental procedure You might be worried that the dentist might not know everything, but it’s also possible that your boss may be more knowledgeable about dental procedures than you are.
And if you’re being told by your dentist that you can wait for a more in-depth exam, it could be because the procedure is still being researched and evaluated.
But what if you don’t feel like taking the time to make sure that the procedure was the right one?
“It could be the case that my boss is not a dentist, so he might just be telling me what he thinks,” says Elizabeth Bress, a dental hygienist in North Carolina.
You might also think that the person you’re going to see is an experienced dental hygerist or that your dentist may be knowledgeable about what is happening.
You need to think about your boss and the situation as a whole Before you decide to have a dental checkup, make sure you’re thinking about what your boss might be telling you.
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