Monday, October 8, 2012

It’s all about timing

Unless you have had an accident or have a serious illness, most dental problems start out small, but they do not go away on their own. We see people every day that need root canals and crowns on their teeth that could have been avoided if they would have come in to see us sooner.

 Coming in every six months for a cleaning and exam is not only to get your teeth polished; it is also so the doctor can check your teeth and find things before they get big and expensive.

 We realize people can be afraid or don’t come in because they don’t have any insurance.  However, dental treatment is always more expensive and the problem more invasive if you wait.

 Three reasons not to delay coming in to see us:
·         At our office we can fix small fillings without anesthetic or drills if they are caught early enough.
·         If you need a crown, our crowns are all done in the same day, saving you time and repeat visits.
·         Over time, little dental problems will be become bigger and more expensive.
·         We will always give you options for both treatment and financing.

 If you have never been to our office and just want to meet the doctor and staff, come on in for a free consult.  If all you want to do is talk, that is fine with us too.  Hopefully you will leave feeling less unsure and more educated about dentistry.


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