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Practice: Imperial Oaks Dental Care Overview:
When you join a DentalOne Partners supported practice, you have more time to focus on what really matters – providing your patients with the most advanced dental care available. We provide the managerial, the marketing, and the technical administrative expertise so you can do what you do best - practice dentistry. Best of all, our support delivers measurable results. In fact, many of the supported practices rank in the top 5% nationally. For almost three decades, we have been committed to helping Dentists operate their dental practices more efficiently and profitably, while offering patients dental care that is both state-of-the-art and affordable. Now we’re ready to work for you.
Purpose: To provide patients with quality comprehensive dental care and ensure superior patient satisfaction while maintaining successful working relationships with team members and financial success for the practice.
Provide superior patient care and service:
Treat patients in a professional and friendly manner
Provide a clean and professional environment for all patients
Effectively answer patient questions and address any concerns
Thoroughly educate patients about their dental health and options for treatment.
Effectively communicate with Dental Assistant and/or Hygienist regarding patient care and concerns
Effectively handle, direct and/or resolve patient complaints in a timely manner
Refer patients to an appropriate specialist within the market when appropriate.
Provide each patient with a complete diagnosis and treatment plan which includes an explanation of services, fees and payment policy.
Thoroughly and efficiently perform clinical dentistry functions:
Thoroughly diagnose patients’ dental needs and formulate individualized treatment plans
Ensure thorough documentation of patient charts which includes medical history, existing conditions and previous dental work. Progress notes need to be complete, clear and comprehensive. Informed consent and patient vital signs documented when needed.
At the minimum, the doctor is responsible for providing treatment at the standard of care for your area as defined by a group of “reasonable” peers.