BROOKINGS – As of January 2020, Meyer Orthodontics was formally bought to Dr. Paul and Rachel Meyer, the son and daughter-in-law of founder Dr. David Meyer.
Dr. David has been serving the Brookings and Madison communities for greater than 30 years, opening his apply in 1986.
The pillars of his method to orthodontics have been high quality, kindness, and beauty. Having to endure a world pandemic within the first few months of possession, Dr. Paul guided his workers and his sufferers with security and well being on the core of his decision-making.
He additionally pivoted the apply group and administration to be extra trendy, specializing in digital know-how and communication strategies that are perfect for pandemic security.
Dr. Paul has upheld the identical values his father had established and continues to weave them into the on a regular basis at Meyer Orthodontics.
The legacy of household and the significance of kindness and high quality care are on the heart of on daily basis at Meyer Orthodontics.
Dr. Paul and Dr. David stay up for persevering with to work collectively within the workplace to serve the Brookings and Madison communities.
With the final 12 months being very unpredictable, the rebrand of the apply below the brand new management of Dr. Paul and Rachel Meyer was placed on maintain. Now, in June of 2021, the apply branding has a contemporary new look.
The brand new branding encapsulates the contemporary, trendy method Dr. Paul brings to the apply.
Having skilled at Mayo Clinic, Dr. Paul has a wealth of orthodontic information together with Invisalign clear aligner therapy, which is a brand new service space for Meyer Orthodontics.
The brand new model colours, emblem marks, and design components mirror the skilled however enjoyable ambiance within the workplace and the positivity sufferers herald with them once they go to.
The brand new tagline “Small Actions. Huge Change.” is a abstract of the optimistic work the Meyer Orthodontics workforce does on daily basis to make a distinction within the lives of sufferers.
The workers believes that small acts of kindness, care and authenticity can go a good distance. The work of orthodontics can also be made up of small, incremental adjustments that end in massive smile transformations.