I love observing other people while they are doing their craft.
I enjoy sitting at a bar and watching the bartender doing his thing: mixing drinks, talking to the customers, helping the wait staff get their customers’ drinks.
I sit and watch a lot. I’m a people watcher.
This last Friday, we had a carpenter at the house, installing our new kitchen cabinets.
He had his air pods in and was in the zone.
This carpenter came to our house, a few months ago, and took some precise measurements of our entire kitchen.
In a matter of hours, he had our entire kitchen and layout produced on his computer to millimeters of accuracy.
Last Thursday, he brought all the cabinets. Friday morning, he arrived and with a pencil began drawing on the walls, outlining where the cabinets were going to be placed.
Then he began placing all the cabinets, exactly where he had predicted it should go.
I asked him, “Does it always go this easy?”
He said, “Jobs never go in perfectly. There’s always some areas we need to adjust for, but the planning makes the imperfections less common.”
I totally got this. It made perfect sense. Because in dentistry, the planning is the most important part of the whole process.
It makes every aspect of the process more predictable. And the hiccups or changes are minimum.
It gives the patient an overall picture of the plan.
What they can expect each step of the process. What the finances will be and figure out a payment plan. And if they have questions or want to change something, we do it in the planning stages.
If you want to create a plan to make your smile perfect, give us a call at 773-292-1911 or visit us at mydente.com to schedule today.
Floss Like A Madman!
Emilio “I Got My Eye on You” Couret