Our Three Commitments to You
A commitment between two people builds trust. I have three important commitments in my practice. I have put them in writing because I live by them, as does my team. I realize that the institution of these commitments may be different from what you may have been accustomed to in other dental practices; however, I believe that these commitments are necessary in building the trust that it takes for you and I to successfully work together.
Commitment to Treatment
Dental disease is nearly 100% preventable. Therefore, I believe that all treatment begun should be completed. I will deliver the best dental care that I am capable of delivering to you, and I ask that you care for your dental health on a daily basis to the best of your ability. Incomplete treatment leads to unnecessary problems and complications, such as the loss of teeth. It also leads to more advanced disease, which unnecessarily adds to your cost and can lead to a breakdown in communication between the two of us. I understand that you likely want as little dentistry done in your lifetime as possible. Help yourself achieve that goal by following through with your dental plan.
Commitment to Appointment
I will reserve time especially for you in my schedule. I will give you my utmost attention and care and will rarely keep you waiting. An appointment scheduled in my office is a bond of trust that my team and I will be here to serve you and that you will be on time and prepared for your appointment.
Commitment to Financial Considerations
I believe that I have a responsibility to use my best professional care, skill, and judgment in helping you achieve your dental health goals. As I have stated above, I believe dental disease is nearly 100% preventable. I will deliver the best dental care that I am capable of delivering to help you attain your goals. It is up to you to make financial arrangements with my practice to pay for these services.
– Dr. Quick