Going to the dentist can be an investment. Sometimes a pricey one, but that’s not to say it’s not an investment. Whether we like it or not, we are judged by our appearance and our smile has the ability to influence how people think of us. And whether we admit it or not, we care what people think of us.
Now as a doctor, you should know that I do a lot of research before I share things with you–and I share them with good intention. In a recent study by Invisalign, researchers found that American’s believe straight teeth are directly correlated with success. The study found that “those with straight teeth to be 45% more likely than those with crooked teeth to get a job when competing with someone who has a similar skill set and experience.” They are also considered 58% more likely to be wealthy and successful.
More information on this research can be found here: Invisalign
The reason that I share this is to show
that there is confidence that comes with being proud of your smile.
Are you proud of your smile?
If yes, then I am very happy for you- my job is complete. (Other than the regular check-ups and cleanings… Let’s not forget about those!) You are comfortable. So walk your walk and be confident in your gorgeous smile.
If no, then let’s talk about your options.
I want to make sure that you’re comfortable in your smile. If you’re self-conscious about your smile due to cracked, broken, decayed or worn teeth, we can bring back your healthy, natural-looking smile. Whether it be crowns, bridges, implants, veneers, dentures, Invisalign, 6-Month Smiles (my favorite service right now because it doesn’t take very long at all), or even whitening, we can tailor a treatment plan that meets your smile and budget needs.
We work with your insurance company up front to see what they will cover. What about what’s left over? What if I don’t have insurance? Well, that’s why have CareCredit, a no interest financing service for dental procedures (if paid within 12 months).
I’m here to make sure you feel comfortable, confident, and successful. Let’s do this.
If you have more questions, please feel free to call our office at 928-774-9554 or email@example.com.
My name is Dr. Joedi Pasut, but you can call me Joedi. I am a proud resident of Flagstaff, Arizona, and an even prouder wife and mother of two girls (TWINS!?). In 2006, after 7 years in Phoenix, my high school sweetheart husband and I realized that we needed to get out of the heat! Always being fond of the pines, we decided Flagstaff was the right place to raise our family. Best. Decision. Ever.
Our family loves everything this wonderful community has to offer… whether it’s hiking Mt. Humphrey’s, camping in the neighboring city of Sedona, biking throughout the urban trails, or and playing with my daughters in the snow… We are always making fabulous memories.
So you may have noticed that my official title is Dr. Joedi Pasut… Well, that’s because I practice the best type of medicine– dentistry. I used to get a lot of, “Why on earth do you want to be a dentist?!” The answer is simple– I have always wanted to help people feel better about smiling. To pursue my dream, I went through A LOT of school… I earned an undergraduate degree from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois and went on to dental school at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. After receiving my doctorate in dental surgery degree, I continued my training and received a certificate in Advanced Education in General Dentistry at the University of Michigan College of Dentistry.
If you have ever been to Flagstaff, you know that there is a certain vibe of inclusion and friendships. That’s the type of feeling that I try to bring into my business, Alpine Smiles Family Dentistry. I cherish the long-lasting relationships I have built with my patients. I enjoy getting to know my patients and all of their dental needs from a first checkup of two years old teeth, to fillings and regular cleaning visits for everyone. Our patients are friends and family.
I want to change how people feel about going to the dentist. My patients often express that they forget they are in a dental office. WHAT?! #Goals
Thanks for reading my first blog post! I plan to write one every month and cover topics about my experiences as a dentist and share some helpful tips on how you can enjoy your dental experiences as well.