Quality: a Lifelong Endeavor of This Dentist

For most all my life quality has been a principle and a goal I have strived for.  Ever since I could see over the handle bar of a lawnmower I have cut lawns.  Never in my life did I ask for a lawnmowing job.  You see, even at cutting lawns I realized that a quality job made the yard “pop”.  Neighbors recognized the attention to detail, the cutting of the yard at a suitable height, the edging of the lawn, and the trimming around trees, bushes, and poles.  By the time I was in high school I was cutting about 20 yards a season.  I learned early that quality was recognized and was appreciated.

By the time I was in high school, I also matured to the degree of improving my study habits and taking my classes more seriously.  You see, I knew since the age of 4 that I wanted to be a dentist.  A strong resume would assist me in doing that.  So I worked hard to improve the quality of my resume; I graduated in the Top 3% of my high school class, I voluntarily worked in hospitals, I got very involved with clubs and activities at Texas A&M, I graduated Cum Laude with a 3.7 GPA at Texas A&M, and I graduated in the Top 10% of my dental school class in San Antonio, making the Dean’s List.

As I began my practice I took this principle of quality as a foundation of my dental practice.  Now 26 years later, I have been recognized by my patients, my referring doctors, and my suppliers as an extremely quality-oriented dentist.  These days quality gets more difficult to find.  In a more global economy many companies are being squeezed to decrease their expenses in order to compete.  We have not followed suit.  We feel very blessed to be able to provide extremely high quality care and service and still have a growing, thriving practice.

We discuss quality not at all to brag.  We humbly, simply, want you to know that quality is a hallmark of this practice.  If you, your family, your friends, or your coworkers are looking for an extremely quality-oriented dental practice, we invite you to contact us by calling (972) 250-2580.

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