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Choosing a General Dentist in Princeton

Choosing the right dentist to care for you and your family is an important decision and should not be taken lightly. Your oral health is vital to your overall health and quality of life. A dentist has the important role of caring for your teeth and gums and helping you achieve and maintain good oral health.

When searching for a dentist in your local area, the American Dental Association suggests that you ask family, friends, neighbors or co-workers for their recommendations. You may also ask your pharmacist or a family doctor. If you are moving from another state, you may ask your current dentist to make a recommendation. Finally, you can contact your local or state dental society. The ADA provides a list of local and state dental societies on its website.

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When choosing a dentist, you should look for someone you can be comfortable with and with whom you can communicate openly. To find a suitable dentist to meet your needs, it is important to ask about the office hours and determine if they are convenient to meet your schedule. It is also important to choose a location that is easily accessible from where you live.

You may also want to consider the education and training the dentist has completed and how often he or she attends conferences and continuing education workshops to stay abreast of the latest advances in dentistry. It is important to find out his or her approach to preventive dentistry, the arrangement for handling dental emergencies and the types of anesthesia the dentist is certified to administer. Finally, it is important to determine ahead of time if the dentist you are considering participates with your dental insurance plan.

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Visiting the dental office can also help you determine if the dentist you are considering is right for you. Is the office clean and orderly? Is the dental staff helpful and willing to answer your questions? Does the dentist and staff wear gloves and others protective gear while treating patients?

Lastly, consider any special needs you or the members of your family may have that will affect your dental treatment. This could be a dental phobia, a medical condition or a physical or developmental disability. Does the dentist have an interest and experience in treating patients with your specific needs?

Choosing the right dentist is an important step in protecting your oral health and the oral health of your family. To meet the dentist and staff at Prime Dental Care and to determine if our practice is right for you and your family, give us a call today. We look forward to getting to know you and caring for your smile.