What Your Patients Can Expect When You Refer Them To Our Endodontic Office: Part 1 – The Vision

Most patients are a little unsure of what to expect when they make an appointment to see a root canal specialist. In our office we want your patients to feel that they have been referred for the best endodontic care possible.

This doesn’t happen by accident. It takes a lot of thought, planning and training. Providing a great endodontic experience is grounded with a sound philosophy of patient care. This philosophy of patient care is generated and empowered by many hours of discussion about the values we hold individually and those we share collectively as a team of health care providers. Our philosophy of patient care is the foundation we use for their experience. We use it to align both our actions and behaviors creating a consistently great patient experience. Our philosophy of patient care is written in our vision statement. It is a living document which changes as our experiences and personal growth as people change. Below is our vision statement:

“Our commitment is to provide our patients, referring Doctors, colleagues, and support groups
with respect, integrity, and excellence in a professional atmosphere filled with fun.
Our values will be driven with enthusiastic diligence.”

Dr. Howard Bittner, Dr. Jason Conn and Staff of Langley Endodontics

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: DR. HOWARD BITTNER, DMD, CAGS

Dr. Bittner was born and raised in the Surrey/Langley area. Following his pre-dental training at Simon Fraser University, he received his Doctor of Dental Medicine from the University of British Columbia in 1982 and his Certificate in Advanced Graduate Studies in Endodontics from Boston University’s Goldman School of Dental Medicine in 1995.

Dr. Bittner was in private practice in general dentistry for 11 years in Langley prior to his Endodontic specialty training. He has been practicing the Dental Specialty of Endodontics since 1995.

In his free time, Dr. Bittner loves to participate in a variety of sports including most recent, golfing! He also enjoys being a new grandfather, which if you ask him is just the best!

On August 25, 2014, posted in: News for Doctors by