dentistry of the highest level.
In dentistry, one thing is becoming evident: the profession is increasingly being divided into individual fields of therapy. These days, it is less about mastering everything in a competent way, and more about having a high level of specialist knowledge in one field. This means that patients’ problems can be treated more successfully than ever.
As such, it’s good news when specialists in one practice work side by side to solve problems in a holistic way. This results in a demand for ever-higher standards of quality, meaning that a quality management system is indispensable for us dentists. This ensures that each step is followed in accordance with proven guidelines. It increases both the chance and frequency of success, as well as the overall satisfaction level of our patients.
For us, specialisation is top priority.
The concept of generalisation in dentistry is getting a bit long in the tooth. It belongs to the past. The Neutorgraben practice’s recipe for success is specialisation. In other words, the logical division of tasks. Each dentist concentrates on what he or she does best, so that we can guarantee dentistry of the highest level. Point by point, this means:
1. We are always at the cutting edge of science: we undergo continuous training and never rest on our laurels.
2. We focus on prevention rather than cure, thus preventing something else of great importance to us: unsatisfied patients.
3. We focus on synoptic dentistry: all fields of dentistry and related medical fields are incorporated into a patient’s treatment. This means our patients are in good hands.
4. For us, quality management is a matter of principle, but we are still able to react flexibly: successful, standardised treatment methods are always used in special cases.
5. We inform our patients about everything in great detail, ranging from costs and planned treatment to prognosis and aftercare. This means that no unpleasant questions remain unanswered.
6. We see our patients as people: we are not just dental health specialists, but we’re also good listeners and always strive to empathise with our patients.
7. We undertake maximum diagnostics with minimal invasive treatment: we skilfully suggest compromises between the two, ensuring our patients are treated in the way that is best for them.