I know many people who feel pretty good about their jobs. They may not seem excited about their job but they are “ok” with it. Some may feel grateful to have a job. For them job satisfaction itself may not be that important. I think you get the picture.
Well for me, I still very much have a passion for this. For some reason I wanted to be a dentist since I was four years-old. That feeling never left me. It has always been there. Somehow the feeling and thought were ingrained or implanted within me. Was it simply a desire from my chemical makeup, was it a higher power, or was it God that provided this passion for dentistry within me? We all have our own beliefs on this. However, for me, it happened.
Even after starting practice in 1986 I still very much feel the passion. Since then my passion for my patients has grown. Prior to having a practice my passion seemed more aimed at the practice of dentistry. However, since then, I have come to learn and grow and I became wiser. My passion for my patients has grown and matured. I truly empathize and sympathize with my patients. I do want my patients to have their best dental experiences of their lives… here.
This passion for the practice of dentistry and for my patients creates something very unique here. I do attempt every single day to offer my patients my best. Many patients are very satisfied here. If you are interested in having a dentist who holds this kind of passion for his job and his patients, I genuinely and humbly invite you to give us a call so you may see what you may be missing. Feel free to contact us in any way you feel comfortable which is available to you on this web page. Thank you so much for your interest in my practice.