Breaking down the language barrier
A look at the benefits of a bilingual dental team when establishing a new practice.
With excellent communication at the heart of any great dental experience, dentists Loredana and Mihai Tanasaciuc certainly have their finger on the pulse when it comes to caring for their fellow compatriots. Given the sizeable Romanian population in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, the couple have tapped into a vital need.
Their business model at Fitze (pronounced Fee-tse) Clinics, a dental and facial aesthetic practice situated in the Hertfordshire town some 24 miles outside of London, is based on the single premise of empathetic care. Its very existence removes one of the most common barriers faced by those of us who choose to resettle in another country – language.
By eradicating this major hurdle in dental access, they have secured a loyal patient base. Besides principal Loredana and lead dentist Mihai, there are also three associates with special interests in endodontics and periodontics – Oana Anton, Dalma Nagy and Bogdan Bezuhane. Their expertise contributes to the predictability of treatment results.