Our practice is relationship-based. Dr. Mark Kleive finds that success is easy to achieve when he takes the time to understand who each patient is and what they want. Whether your goals are health-driven, beauty-driven or longevity-driven, they can affect the course your care will take.
There are four ways in which we help connect our patients with the tools they need to make informed decisions and be a partner in their treatment process. Helping our patient’s transition from where they are now, to where they want to be is our primary objective. As a result, it is important for us to express what can be expected when becoming a patient.
The first thing we want to know is ‘What prompted you to contact us now?’
Whether there is an urgent need, or an overall dissatisfaction with the form or function of a person’s teeth, the first thing we try to understand is what is most important to you at this time.
To better understand you as a person and a patient, we want to know what is happening now that is different from the past. Below are real examples of reasons people contact us.
- I need a consultation about my teeth, because I don’t feel confident to open my mouth and smile.
- I’m looking to schedule an appointment for a regular cleaning.
- I have had severe jaw pain for a couple of months now. I can’t open my mouth very wide, my bite is off, the sides of my face hurts to the touch, and it hurts to eat.
- I’m interested in straightening my teeth with Invisalign and would like to schedule the free consultation.
- I would like to set up a consultation to hear about pricing and options on fixing a chipped tooth.
Regardless of your situation, we hope to learn about you and what your short and long-term goals are with your oral health. Once we learn about what prompted you to contact us, we can begin examining your smile, and learning your dental story.
Dr. Mark Kleive proudly extends his services and expertise in cosmetic dentistry to patients traveling from nearby cities. We have provided driving directions from the following cities for your convenience.