A Letter from Dr. Butterman:
Thank you for visiting our website. I hope that you found it user friendly and that it answered most of your questions. Two lingering questions many new patients have are “why choose us” or “what makes our office different.” In this letter, I would like to provide some answers.
Let’s start with what may be your most pressing concern–pain. For those of you who are experiencing dental pain, you will be comforted to know that we reserve emergency appointments every day for toothaches, broken teeth, and other problems that can’t wait until tomorrow. If I can save you a sleepless night by eliminating your pain, you have made my day! So, if you’re in pain, don’t wait another minute. Give us a call or send us an email and we’ll be happy to schedule your visit.
Once your appointment has been scheduled, you may choose to complete your patient form online or in our office. Either way, our dental office makes the process as seamless as possible. And when you walk through our door, there’s always a friendly face to greet you. Although our waiting room is stocked with current magazines and cable television, my goal is that you don’t spend any time waiting. I value your time and design my schedule to eliminate waiting. In those rare instances when we’re running late due to an unexpected event, we will contact you in advance to give you an approximate wait time, as well as the option to reschedule the appointment.
I also value your time when it comes to treatment. Specifically, I’ve invested in technology which makes it possible for me to do procedures–such as crowns, root canals and implants — in one appointment that most dental offices do in two or more. I understand that a second visit means more time off work, a babysitter, or just having to rearrange a busy schedule. If I can save you that extra trip, then I’ve met my goal.
Finally, and most importantly, I respect your opinion, and I want you to be in the “driver’s seat” when it comes to treatment related decisions. My job is to recommend treatment options based on necessity, priority, and prognosis. But I understand that there are many other factors, such as financial and cosmetic, that come into play. Your priority may be porcelain veneers as opposed to the filling on your molar. I take your wishes to heart and do my best to exceed your treatment expectations.
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter. I realize that sometimes, these questions are best answered in person or over the phone, so please feel free to stop by or call us. I look forward to meeting you!
Dr. Daniel G. Butterman
Address3949 E Arapahoe Rd #100
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