Looking for a New Dentist and Dental Home

Jamie J. Alexander on June 10, 2019

Dr. Jamie J. Alexander and his care team strive to make every patient feel so comfortable that they feel positive about dental visits. Patients may even look forward to visits. Feeling comfortable, means you feel “at home.” You feel welcome. People are genuinely interested in you for who you are, and they attempt to understand your thoughts and feelings. They care about what you need.
“Feeling you have a dental home can make all the difference when it comes to maintaining regular appointments, trusting recommendations for treatment, and accepting the treatment you need,” says Dr. Jamie J. Alexander, Boynton Beach’s comprehensive general and restorative dentist. “Our mission is to look out for your best interest, providing the best dentistry in a friendly and comfortable environment. We also know that developing trust and a sense of comfort can take more than one interaction, so here are a few tips to ease into knowing which dentist is right for you.”

How do you Know Where you will Feel at Home with a New Dentist?

When selecting a dentist, it’s quite common for people to research multiple dentists and make inquiries over the phone before proceeding to make an appointment. You will develop confidence to make your decision as you check off the following:

• Online patient reviews indicate the dentist, hygienist, dental assistants and administrative team are friendly, kind, listen well, provide exceptional service, and spend time with patients to fully inform them and answer questions.
• When you visit the dental practice’s website and social media, you like the tone and content of what you read. There, you find evidence of advanced postdoctoral education in clinical methods and evidence the care team is focused on the patient’s health and wellbeing.
• When you call the office to talk about whether you will feel at home and you bring up concerns you have about your dental history, the receptionist is understanding and helpful. If you want to schedule a brief meet and greet appointment, the receptionist says, “Yes, we can do that.”
• At the “meet and greet,” additional questions are answered, and you feel you want to schedule a new patient exam.

Feeling “at home” is increased by sharing your concerns and preferences with the care team.

In our Boynton Beach dental practice, we enthusiastically help new patients get out of pain, improve oral health and achieve beautiful smiles. You are a unique individual who deserves to understand your oral health circumstances and the most effective treatment options for those circumstances. We will gently encourage you to share with us about your health history, dental history, health concerns and other personal circumstance that might affect your health and care. We will help you become comfortable discussing possible obstacles to receiving the treatment you want. We spend time with patients and treat them as partners. We diagnose, we inform, we guide, we advise, but you are an important partner in reporting your observations, and you are in control of making treatment decisions. When you are respected as an important partner in your care, you will have a deep sense of having found your dental home.

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If you call us, expect an enthusiastic greeting and answers to the questions that are important to you. Call 561-732-8877.