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Terry Brewick, D.D.S.

Just what the dentist ordered

Terry Brewick, D.D.S.
Just what the dentist ordered.

Terry Brewick, D.D.S.
Denver, CO

Terry Brewick, D.D.S., believes in staying current. In addition to operating a general dentistry practice in Denver’s historic Capitol Hill district, he makes regular trips to Seattle to mentor other dentists at the Kois Center, an advanced clinical program for those who want to stay on top of their profession.

Dr. Brewick also believes in taking a personal approach to patient care. “I don’t want to run patients through my office like cattle,” says the 1980 graduate of the University of Nebraska College of Dental Medicine. “I want to spend the time it takes to diagnose their issues and help them understand their options. And I want a bank that does the same for me.”

“Commerce may offer the latest products, but they take an old-fashioned approach to service. They’re interested in my practice and finding the best solutions to my unique needs.”

In 2015, he found the bank he was looking for after dinner with bankers from Commerce Bank.

“The first thing Commerce did was ask about me and my needs,” Dr. Brewick recalls. “Then they helped me restructure my practice debt and home mortgage in a way that saved me a considerable amount of money.” Today, Dr. Brewick looks to Commerce for a full range of business and personal banking services, including everything from a pre-approved business line of credit that he can tap into for new equipment and other needs, to merchant services, credit cards, remote deposit services and a host of other business and personal banking services.

“The customer service I’ve received from Commerce far surpasses the service I’ve experienced from a bank in more than 30 years of dentistry,” he says. “I don’t have to go into the branch to do my banking, but I enjoy going in when I can. When I walk in, everyone knows my name. Commerce has made a very conscious effort to provide an excellent customer experience. They make me feel like my business matters.”

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