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Theme Days Get Patients, Staff in the Spirit

Posted May 17, 2013

We’re always on the lookout for new ways to keep our patients excited about their treatment and enthusiastic about their orthodontic checkups.

Theme DaysFor those reasons, we began holding “theme days” where our office staff dress according to the theme and our patients are encouraged to do the same. We have 80s Fashion Day planned for June 17, and Red, White and Blue Day scheduled for July 3.

“There’s no reason why you can’t have fun while providing quality orthodontic treatment, or in the case of our patients, while going through treatment,” Dr. Mark Bronsky says. “We like to incorporate activities that generate patient participation and create a fun and inviting atmosphere.”

Through the years, we have found that when patients enjoy the time they spend in our office, they also tend to follow our recommendations more closely by avoiding foods that can damage their appliances, and by wearing their appliances as prescribed. All of this is a recipe for success, because it increases our patients’ chances of finishing their treatment on schedule.

We’ll reward the patients who dress up on our theme days with points on their reward cards. So if your appointment is scheduled for June 17 at our Park Avenue or TriBeCa orthodontics office, we hope to see you in your zippered Michael Jackson jacket or with your hair teased high and cemented in place with some Aquanet super-hold hairspray.

You might see Dr. Bronsky looking like he just stepped off the set of Miami Vice. Maybe the dental assistant taking care of you that day will look like Madonna circa 1984. Who knows- maybe they’ll all have slicked back hair and red lipstick, a la Robert Palmer’s “Addicted to Love” days. You’ll have to wait and see.

Past theme days have included Purple Day in April for Pancreatic Cancer awareness, and Hawaiian Day, where staff wore grass skirts and we passed out leis to patients.

Impress us with your costume and we’ll take a photo of you to add to our Facebook page.