Yes, we all want a dentist we can trust. However, in this current time, it can be so difficult to find a highly reviewed and highly rated dentist.
In the past, dental offices used to be named after the dentist performing the care. This is what you will find with me; the name of my dental practice is “Mark A. Venincasa DDS.” Patients in my dental practice know what they are getting. They know we have no rotation of dentists. They know that I own my dental practice. They know that I am here pretty much 100% of the time that we are open for business.
Times are changing. There are so many “cute” names for dental practices. In these cutely-named practices, do you know who is treating you? Do the online reviews point towards a group of dentists, or towards a brand name? How do you know who is treating you and how they are rated and reviewed? We know these times have gotten much more complicated.
Further, more and more practices are owned or managed by corporate entities. Decisions on care may be dictated differently. Dentists may be employees with an associated turnover rate. Goals for production may pressure the dentists. Corporate owners or share holders may need to be “pleased.” The practice of dentistry sure has gotten more complicated.
This is why my dental practice is getting more and more unique. We are more traditional with our values and how we care for our patients. Things are much more personal here. Patients often become friends. Most every patient call me “Mark.” Hundreds of patients have continued to see me for their dental care for over 25 years, no matter their insurance plan. This is because they know of our honesty, conservativeness, our being patient-centered, quality-conscious, and value-oriented.
We literally can save patients thousands of dollars because of my philosophy of dental practice. This is how things used to be.
We all know how refrigerators, microwaves, cell phones, washing machines, and more, are not as well-made as they used to be. We used to have real technicians who repaired things without having to replace them. Since I started to practice dentistry in the 1980’s, I know how to repair without being reliant upon a computer or high technology tools that do my thinking or doing for me. My care lasts!
If my philosophy resonates with you, we invite you to contact my office at (972) 250-2580. We invite you to peruse my website. We thank you for your interest.