Dentist Sedates Patients with Cleavage
One German Dentist is using her God given talents to get patients calm before procedures. She’s outfitted herself and 10 dental assistants in cleavage exposing, figure enhancing dresses to distract worried patients.
Plunging to new depths in techniques that are more naturally endowed then pharmaceutically made, Dr. Marie-Catherine Klarkowski says the idea came to her during an Oktoberfest event. Watching men mesmerized by the waitresses dressed in the traditional “dirndl” outfit sparked visions of patients in similar dazes states.
“The most important thing is to take away patients’ fear. The site of cleavage gets patients narcotized and distracted from pain rather quickly,” says the attractive 41-year old dentist who adds, “Some patients’ mouths are already open on entering the practice.”
But it isn’t just the staff who’ve been given a stylized makeover. Since the costume change Munich’s Relax and Smile clinic has taken on a whole Alpine lodge look and it’s caused other area dentists to step it up a notch. Some have changed their offices in the theme of Mickey Mouse and even Star Wars.
Outfitting herself and her staff in the traditional dirndl dress wasn’t cheap. Costing roughly $685 per outfit she says it was worth it. And her dental assistants agree.
“I much prefer working in a dirndl,” says employee Lisa Hrustic. “I enjoy looking good at work and it’s a lot more fun since we got the new outfits.”
It’s good for business too. Since implementing the new uniform there’s been a third more patients going to the dental clinic. As to be expected they’re all men but that’s not keeping the good doctor down. She’s determined to stay abreast of the situation and ahead of the competition.