Appleton, WI Dentist Further Educates Patients Through Online Resources
APPLETON, WI, March 31, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dr. Richard Hack, Appleton, WI dentist, understands the importance of knowledgeable patients during the treatment process. For this reason, Dr. Hack is excited to announce the availability of valuable educational resources that are found through his practice website. The patient education library was generated to further engage and inform patients on an array of dental procedures and treatments.
Available around the clock, patients can visit the practice's website to gain further insight into important dental topics through an extensive education library. Serving patients in the Appleton area, Dr. Hack, dentist in Appleton, WI, and his qualified staff believe that educated patients are better suited to make valuable decisions regarding their oral health. Patients can now rely on Dr. Richard Hack's website for easy access to dental health related resources, including symptoms and treatments.
"Patients should be able to access educational information on dental health care at any moment during their day. Learning should not end when a patient leaves our office, it should continue throughout their day and at any moment they need it. With the addition of a patient education library, patients can now access the information that they may need to make knowledgeable decisions regarding their oral health through our advanced website," said Dr. Richard Hack, Appleton family dentist.
By visiting the practice's website at http://www.richardhackdds.com/, patients can gain instant access to the education library 24/7. The library houses a wealth of information on various dental topics, including sleep apnea and teeth whitening. Dr. Hack hopes that his patients will utilize this unique feature anytime they have a question or concern about their oral health.
In addition to the patient education page, Dr. Hack also provides easy access to new patient forms from his practice's innovative website. Patients can print and complete their registration forms in advance of their first appointments. By allowing patients to fill out their new patient paperwork before their initial appointment, a new opportunity opens up for interaction between Dr. Hack, family dentist in Appleton, and his patients, saving time once they are in the office.
Dr. Richard Hack has also participated in the Donated Dental Services Program. This program is a collaborative, direct way for Dr. Hack to reach out to individuals with special needs. Over 15,000 dentists and 3,000 dental laboratories across the country have joined the Donated Dental Services program, which tends to the essential and comprehensive dental care needs of the nation's most vulnerable people.
Bringing quality experiences and easy dental care comes natural for Dr. Richard Hack, as he is a dentist specializing in treatment of sleep apnea in Appleton. With his commitment to pursuing continuing education and his dedication to educating patients, Dr. Hack further demonstrates the practice's commitment to providing patients with the best dental care available.
About Dr. Richard A. Hack, D.D.S: Dr. Richard Hack was born in Chicago, IL, and received his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1969. He went on to receive his Dental Degree from Loyola University School of Dentistry in Maywood, IL in 1973. After receiving his DDS, Dr. Hack served three years as a Captain in the United States Air Force, which included a one year General Practice Residency. He has practiced dentistry in the Fox River Valley since 1976, and is a member and past president of the Outagamie County Dental Society, and also a member of both the Wisconsin Dental Association and American Dental Association. Dr. Hack is a Diplomat of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and is honored to have been voted the Valley's Best Dentist in 2005 and 2006 by the Post-Crescent Reader's Choice Awards. Dr. Hack is also a proud participant of the Donated Dental Services program, which offers care for those in need.