Chicago has a huge jazz scene. I like jazz a little. Not a huge fan, but I don’t hate it either.
I guess, I don’t really know how to appreciate it.
Sarah has a co-worker, that we have become friends with, over the years. Her husband is a jazz bassist. They love the Chicago jazz scene and are friends with many of the people we go see, when we are out with them.
Dan is a very passionate musician and is always describing the intricacies of the people we go see. He points things out about the sound and how difficult it is to achieve the level of excellence in the music that we are listening to.
I’ve found that as my knowledge of jazz has grown, which is very limited, my appreciation for the music has grown as well.
I love learning and I really appreciate when someone explains to me why something is done or created a certain way.I believe this is very important in order to develop TRUST.
I remember back in the day, doctors orders were given, and not discussed. You basically did whatever they told you to do, without question and without a throughout conversation.As a kid, I didn’t have a say. I just did as I was told.
———- Educating patients on why we recommend a certain treatment option and having them be a part of the decision making process, is a key component to the success of our business.
At Dente, we encourage a two way conversation. We want to know your thoughts and the goals of your mouth and health.
It plays a crucial role in the decision making process.
Many of our patients appreciate our level of explanation.
If you are looking for a dental office that explains everything from dental health to insurance coverage please call 773-292-1911 for an appointment.
Floss like a madman!Emilio “Jazz Hands” Couret