Dr. Albers Named a Top Dentist in Colorado Springs
Every year, Colorado Springs Style Magazine compiles a list of top dentists in Colorado Springs. The magazine partners with the Colorado Springs Dental Society and a marketing firm to survey members of the dental society. Dr. Albers is honored to be recognized as a 2017 Top Dentist, and he appreciates being recognized by his peers for the quality of his dental work.
Providing quality dental care to patients is important to Dr. Albers. In addition to attending conferences and seminars, he spends many hours each year participating in three different study groups (see Dr. Albers’ philosophy and commitment to excellence). Suffice it to say that study group participation helps Dr. Albers keep up with the latest techniques in dentistry. Furthermore, study group members often work together on patients with complex dental problems. These experiences positively impact the quality of care Dr. Albers provides for his own patients.
How Are Top Dentist Designations Compiled?
Although we’ve touched on the process for selection above, we’ve had people ask how Colorado Springs Style Magazine compiles its list of top dentists. Therefore, we thought we’d go straight to the source regarding the selection process. The following excerpt describes how the magazine arrives at its designations:
Who conducted the survey?
Colorado Springs Style, working in conjunction with the Colorado Springs Dental Society and an independent public relations and marketing firm, conducted the survey.
Who was surveyed?
All active and licensed Colorado Springs dentists, who are members in good-standing with the Colorado Springs Dental Society, were eligible to participate.
What instructions were they given in order to complete the survey?
Voting was held online from March 1-15, 2017. Dentists who visited the site were instructed to vote by entering up to four names under general family dentistry and one each in all remaining categories. Those nominated reflect the doctors they would refer a friend or family member to, should the need arise.
Did specialists vote solely on their own specialty, and vice-versa for general dentists?
No, all dentists could vote across the board.