In all areas of my life a key guiding principle has always been respect and the exercise of courtesy.To me, the human being is number one. As a professional I am treating a person, not just a set of teeth. This approach makes me genuinely interested in all the aspects of a patients life and has permeated down to all my staff. I want our work environment to be a happy and fun place, full of willingness to serve and help.
Patients easily become our friends and treatments become easier and more fun. Seeing a happy patient smile after the long journey of treatment is one of the highlights of my specialty and I am blessed to see this frequently.The bumps on the road can always be surpassed with open, friendly communication and all problems can be solved when there is a will, coupled with honesty and clear goals.
I am in the business of improving peoples lives, making them happy and with an increased sense of self-confidence through an improved appearance and harmonious smile. I firmly believe that a smile can open the doors of success. So, in my practice, all diagnosis is made on an individual basis and the treatment plans are formulated according to this principle.I will always try to exceed expectations and generate feeling of well-being.
I believe that technology is important when it serves the philosophical principles which I have outlined. My office is highly technical, all staff members are well trained and receive continuous education regularly. Technology is used in many ways: precise images in diagnosis, animations to explain treatments to patients, scanners to capture precise molds of teeth and jaws, state of the art bracket systems and wires and so much more to carry out the purpose of improved esthetics, optimized function, a sense of well-being, increased happiness and a live changed.
Finally, I have translated to my practice another guiding principle of my life, honesty. I give my patients what they need, nothing less, and many times much more, beyond their expectations. By the same token, if I find that a patient does not need or will not benefit from my services, without hesitation I will say so and will guide him to where his investment will be more fruitful.