There are amazing products and technologies available to today’s dental office, making the total dental healthcare experience quite different than ever before. Patients are the glad recipients of many new treatment options, including cosmetic dentistry, which can have a terrific impact on a patient’s self-esteem and overall confidence. Dentists now have enhanced treatment capabilities, new ways to generate revenues, and a greater control over efficiency and increased productivity. All together, it is clear that everyone wins during this exceptional period of advances in dental care.
Brian Nolan, Equipment Sales Specialist; Wade Hinds, Field Sales Consultant; and Rob Brenneman, Equipment Service Technician collaborated during the creation of Dr. Juliann Demand-Balski’s new office in Brunswick, Ohio. The 4,800-sq.-ft. premises, formerly a McDonald’s restaurant, has been designed to carry out the Doctor’s vision for patient care and support her plans to keep her business competitive and successful into the future. “The first step in the process was to…talk to Wade…and Brian,” comments the Doctor. “[They] helped me design the office and pick out the equipment that would be right for me…[and] assisted me from beginning to end—construction, renovation, design, equipment, and installation.”
“We now offer in-office tooth whitening, intraoral cameras in the operatories, computerized charting, and the Dexis® radiology system,” notes the Doctor. “The new design allowed [better] patient flow and production [has] increased…[and] the staff works more efficiently.”
Patient load has increased tremendously at the new office. “I had to hire a few dentists to keep up,” adds Dr. Demand-Balski.
Through their combined talents, team members, Brian, Wade, and Rob have provided Dr. Demand-Balski with an ideal setup to pursue her professional goals and achieve a greater level of patient satisfaction in an environment that truly reflects her philosophy on the practice of dentistry.
“The new design allowed [better] patient flow and production [has] increased…[and] the staff works more efficiently.”