Thanks For Your Reviews And For Sharing Our Orthodontic Practice!
HOW DID YOU FIRST BECOME OUR PATIENT? Most of our patients find us through trusted referrals from friends, extended family members, neighbors, and coworkers. When it comes to something as important as orthodontic treatment, honest personal endorsements are usually the best guide.
Thanks So Much For Your Referrals
You know what’s really cool when a new patient comes to our office based on a referral? We know that referral originated from one of YOU—a valued patient that we’re connected to and already serving. It’s the ultimate compliment for us and it makes US smile.
During the early days of the internet people searched online for an orthodontist by keying in their city name and the word “orthodontist”. But times have changed. Today, people look to trusted, permission-based social networks like Facebook and others to ask for their family’s and friends’ recommendations. That’s one of the reasons why we love social media so much… It makes it easy for our patients to share. Then, social media makes it easy for those potential new patients to really get to know us—even before they walk through our door for the first time.
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Thanks For Your Reviews Too
Life is super busy. We understand, and we know we’re asking a lot. But when you DO have a minute it’s always greatly appreciated. Our review page is a great place to share your impressions. And, you can always go to our Facebook page to leave a comment, a recommendation, or to direct message us.
So, what brought YOU to our practice for the first time?
We’d love to hear! And ANYTIME we can do something to help make your visits even better, please let us know. Your feedback helps us continually improve and give the best service possible to our patients. Thanks!
Today, it is amazing how far the practice has come. Through cringeworthy moments like that in Sixteen Candles and the advances in technology, orthodontics has been effective at shedding this image and as importantly the image we would have in the mirror without their work.