How dentistry changes more than just a smile [VIDEO]

October 30, 2013

What do you do? Dentistry. Really? Dentistry? That’s what you do? What about the people you work with? What about the patients you serve? What about the family?

What do you do? Dentistry. Really? Dentistry? That’s what you do?

What about the people you work with? What about the patients you serve? What about the family?

Dentistry is part of life, and excellent dentistry changes far more than a smile.

Anyone who’s watched a reality makeover show has probably considered the difference a new, beautiful smile can make in someone’s life. Confidence, personal freedom, less inhibition.

These changes are far beyond a dental procedure that affects bones, teeth and gums or any part of one’s physical health but rather stretches into deep emotional and psychological realms.

 

The Jameson Method of Management teaches doctors to ask two key questions during consultations:

  • What are your goals for your mouth, your teeth and your smile?

  • What are your expectations of me?

These questions help a doctor apply dental expertise to someone’s deeper dreams.

The dental team that’s successful in listening to the answers of those questions and delivering results that satisfies a patient’s goals are not only changing smiles but affecting a life forever.