“Vivos is very organized and very supportive.”
– Dr. Tina Goodall
Dr. Tina Goodall on Successful Implementation of The Vivos System
Like many of our VIPs, Dr. Goodall is always on the lookout for opportunities to serve her patients better, whether new technology, treatment options, or otherwise. So, when she was introduced to Vivos Therapeutics, Inc., it was a no-brainer. She saw the potential in her current client base and wanted to offer individuals an effective way to screen for and treat mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
Once onboard, Dr. Goodall gained access to many tools and resources to help her succeed. “One thing I really like about Vivos is [that] they are very organized and very supportive. The forms are there, the systems are there, the checklists are there—all of those things that are going to help me be able to successfully implement this Vivos treatment in my practice.”
Your success is our success, which is why we provide many avenues of support. From your Vivos Implementation Specialists to mentors and dentists in your position, you have a strong foundation from which to build. Additionally, your team is encouraged to get involved, attend training and educational seminars, and ask questions. We understand that teamwork makes the difference, especially when seeking to rid the world of OSA and save lives.
“It makes me want to see that result from my patients after their treatment with us—that we’ve changed their life,” shared Dr. Goodall. “That’s an exciting thought.”
So, my name is Tina Goodall. I’m a general dentist in Cary, North Carolina. I’ve, uh, I’m a second career dentist. I’ve been in dentistry for ten years. I see patients of all ages, but I love to see children, so I have a lot of children in my practice. And, um, I do mostly bread and butter dentistry, but I’m, I’ve often been interested in, in a, adding on different things where I can serve my patients better, and that’s one of the reasons I got interested in Vivos. In the past, I’ve tried to integrate different things into my practice, and many times I felt like I was on my own. I had to kind of figure it out and make my way, develop systems, and often that led me to, to not integrate things as well. Whereas, one thing I really like about Vivos is they are very organized and very supportive. I like the fact that everything’s accessible. I can watch it again and again. I can share it with my team. If I bring somebody on board there’s, I can share it with somebody that’s new to the team. The, the forms are there. The systems are there. The checklists are there. All of those things that are gonna help me be able to successfully implement, um, this Vivos treatment in my practice, and it makes me want to see that result from my patients after their treatment with us—that they’ve, we’ve changed their life. That’s an exciting thought.