Today, we’re going to talk about the five things that make Elevate Dental different.
Hi, I’m Dr Judith and I’m one of the principal dentists here at Elevate Dental.
Yesterday, I was talking with a colleague of mine over lunch, who asked me, “What makes your practices different?” So I thought I’d share my thoughts with you about the five things that make Elevate Dental different.
We help anxious people.
We have a lot of anxious people come to see us because they know that we can help. And I can really relate to this because my mom used to be really, really scared of the dentist. She would always be really anxious whenever she stepped into the dental surgery. She didn’t like the noises, the sounds, the drills, sitting there waiting in the waiting room where it was cold and felt really sterile.
So as a result, we’ve incorporated a lot of techniques and things we do at Elevate Dental to make the experience more comfortable and less hospital-like.
We care about you as a person.
We’re like your dental health concierge. Some of our patients have been seeing us for so many years that we’re like an extended family.
Life gets busy and we’re here for all your dental needs. From dental health check reminders to aftercare calls to make sure that you’re going okay after a procedure. We’re interested in helping you and make sure that everything’s working well with you. We’re always just a phone call away.
We run on time.
We have two very convenient locations in Richmond and Hawthorn, close to public transport, as well as parking on site.
If you are looking for a new dentist to look after you and your family, we would love to help. We are friendly, caring and compassionate. Why not give us a call at +61 3 9428 2424, send us a direct message on social media, or complete the enquiry form on our website at www.elevatedental.com.au, and we will help you organise your appointment. We look forward to meeting you.
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