Vivos Voices Dr. Denolo-Chavez

October 16, 2021

Dr. Maria Denolo-Chavez on the Support of Vivos

This week on Vivos Voices, we visited with Dr. Maria Denolo-Chavez, an outstanding dentist and passionate Vivos Integrated Provider (VIP).

She, like many VIPs, discovered Vivos Therapeutics, Inc. during the pandemic when participating in our virtual discovery CE courses. After reviewing many cases and educating herself and her team on sleep apnea, breathing, and airway, she decided to come on board.
“After I trained, I went home to my motherland, the Philippines, because of a death in my family. So for like eight to 10 months, I was out of Vivos,” shared Dr. Denolo-Chavez. “I know, even though I’m out, the support system is there. They never stop contacting me.”

The great thing about Vivos is that we move at your pace. VIPs have constant support, encouragement, and tools in place to be successful. That said, it is up to the dentist to take advantage of these resources. We succeed when you succeed, and we’re there every step of the way. We are confident in our ability to deliver outstanding results and save lives.

“The kind of appliance that they are using is very different,” shared Dr. Denolo-Chavez. “They explain the physiology, the technique. It is overall not just focused on one thing. This one is an overall treatment of everything that the patient likes for their smile, health, and life.”

Video Transcript
My name is Dr. Maria Lavell Denolo-Chavez, but I am usually called Dr. Bing. I’ve been a dentist since 1981. I joined Vivos during this pandemic. After I trained, I went home to my motherland, the Philippines, because of death in the family. So for like eight to 10 months, I was out of Vivos. I know, even though I’m out, the support system is there. They never, they never, uh, stop contacting me. Not annoying me, but you know the way that they are supporting me, and they understood the kind of appliance that they are using is very different. Because this one, they explain the physiology, the function, not actually only with the breathing technique, breathing of the patient, but also their, their chin, their, their smile. So, it is an overall. It’s not just like focus in one thing breathing. This one is an overall treatment of everything that the patient likes for their smile, and for their health, and for their life. And with the support system, as well as the, a, lot of our reading materials and training with Vivos, I am, I feel like I am now equipped to do that and introduce that to my patients.