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Going to the dentist once every six months ensures that you are getting regular cleanings, x-rays, and checkups so any dental issues that arise are caught early before they cause real problems.

You can get incredible dental care from educated and caring professionals when you choose your dentist well. Before you go, follow these eight tips to help you choose the right dentist:

8 Tips Before Seeing a Dentist

  1. Seek out comprehensive care. Regular checkups and cleanings are important to your overall dental health, and you may need a variety of services and treatments throughout your life. It’s a good idea to choose a dentist that offers a wide range of services. As you age, your dental needs will change, and it’s easier if you can keep all your dental care in one place.

  2. Make sure that emergency dental services are offered. You never know when you will have an accident, knocking out a tooth, cracking a tooth, or otherwise needing emergency dental care. It’s easier to have all your records of service in the same place and to get your emergency dental care from a dentist who knows you and knows your dental history.

  3. Check with your insurance company. In-network providers will cost you less in terms of out-of-pocket expenses. Check with your insurance company to make sure that your dentist of choice is covered by your insurance policy.

  4. Consider location. Finding a dentist that is easily accessible — whether it’s close to your home, your work, or your kids’ school — can help to cut down on commute time. This makes it more likely that you’ll see the dentist on a regular basis.

  5. Take the time to talk to staff members. Getting to know the people at the front desk, those who handle billing, and the dental hygienists on staff will give insight into how the dental office functions. Happy and well-cared for staff members generally indicate an honest and efficiently run office, which means better dental support for you.

  6. Read reviews from past patients. People tend to leave reviews when they are very upset or very happy. Reading reviews can give you some understanding of how you will be treated by the dentist in the future.

  7. Notice the details. How clean is the waiting area? Is parking accessible? Are the bathrooms well-maintained? Care and attention invested in the entire dental experience can indicate the kind of overall care you’ll receive.

  8. Trust your gut instinct. If it does not feel right at any point, listen to your instincts and keep looking for a new dentist.

Is It Time for You to Find the Right Dentist for Your Needs?

Call us at Dison Family Dentistry today to see if we are a good fit for your dental care needs.

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