Have you ever been in dental limbo?..... Who do I go to? Am I going to a good dentist? Are they in my insurance plan? Will they treat me well? Over the past few years, I felt like I was on a dental quest after my long-time dentist retired. I never realized that it would be that hard to find another dentist who met my strict requirements - clean & sanitary office, friendly, helpful & sincere office staff , and, the most important factor, a great dentist who not only treats you with respect, listens to your patient concerns, is aware of costs of procedures but who is also highly qualified. I thought I would never find my "perfect" dentist. I searched and searched. The first dentist I found wanted to give me a root canal so I ended up getting …show more content…
They are kind, respectful and make you feel welcome. In regards to dentistry, Dr. Endres is outstanding. She goes over everything with you in detail and has these inter-oral cameras that allow you to see what she is talking about when you see your mouth on the flat- screen televisions in each operatory (granted seeing the inside of your mouth isn 't the prettiest picture but, come on, you are at the dentist). The comfy patient chairs and flat screen television are also there so you can put on your favorite show while you 're having those teeth cleaned. Dr. Endres is very gentle and if you have any qualms about going to the dentist, her calming personality will put you at ease. I have referred many friends to her practice and they have all been very impressed with their quality of care. Now even though I think Dr. Endres is the best dentist in Cincinnati, it might be nice for you to know that she 's a 5th generation Cincinnatian. In 1999, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Denison University. From there, she attended the University Of Kentucky College Of Dentistry and in 2003 she obtained her Doctorate in Dental Medicine. Prior to opening her own practice, Dr. Endres worked as an associate dentist in North Carolina and then returned to Cincinnati and worked in practices in West Chester, Hyde Park and South Dayton, Ohio. "I opened my own practice because I felt and
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During these visits, I had the opportunity to observe many things that I would like to do as a hygienist and some others that I would not. In general, all these three offices have a friendly and helpful welcoming and comfortable atmosphere for all patients. Furthermore, they were excellent in the way they answered all my questions thoroughly and thoughtfully.
My whole life, it has been apparent to those around me that I would be a dentist. I am highly inquisitive, passionate, compassionate, experienced, and I love teeth. I remember getting so excited to have my teeth cleaned as a child because my trips to the dentist were so much fun! At a young age, my mother instilled the importance of oral hygiene care. To this day, I wonder if it was the dentist, dental hygienist, or just the dental office ambiance that had me engaged as a young child. Almost immediately after graduating high school, I went to school to become a registered dental assistant and at that point, I figured out that I possess good manual dexterity, which is a fundamental skill to be efficient in the dental field. At the same time, I unlocked the key to my calling, passion. Six years later, I realized I had the potential to
Meanwhile I found another job near to my place, through Dr. Sampat's kind reference. I am still working at the same clinic with another amazing dentist. In the event of any appointment cancellation, I assist him as well and of course observe him getting his work done. All these experiences kept adding more and more interest in me to become a successful
You may think that dental hygienist are just mean people who just want to clean your teeth, but they are really nice people. Have you ever been to a dentist and they just ignore you and do what they need to do and then that’s all? I never had that happen to me before and if you have then you need to go to a different dentist! Everytime I been to a dentist office they are always the nicest people ever, they never just clean my teeth they talk to me the whole time and I feel like they care about me. I would be the perfect dental hygienist, they are so nice and so talkative. When you walk into the door, and you smell that smell that all dentist offices have you know that you are in the right place. A dentist
Why should you go to a dentist’s office that will treat you with equipment that is less than the best? At J. Wesley Anderson, Jr., DDS, we want nothing but the best for our patients, and it shows through our dedication to having a technologically advanced office. Some of our more technological
Some dentists’ offices might see you as just another insurance plan or credit card, so they push you to get work you don’t need or feel comfortable getting. We know how upsetting that can be, which is why we are dedicated to working with you for your dental care. We offer a variety of services, but we always take the time to explain the pros and cons of each treatment. This way, you can rest assured that you have picked the right option for your dental health and budget.
Summer’s not quite over--and neither is the possibility of a dentist emergency in Frisco, TX. While it is easy to forget the liability that recreational activities pose for children, the fun of the summer months brings a certain risk, too. The pool is a great way to exercise and cool down, but the hard walls and floors can also spell certain dental disaster. Playgrounds and basketball courts can be a further liability, and it only takes one missed header in a youth soccer league game to necessitate dental care. While mouth guards and other common sense precautions can be an important safeguard in keeping a child’s teeth safe, you need a place that your family can trust with a dentist emergency in Frisco, TX. Consider putting (972) 335-7666 in your speed dial, or add Accent Dental to your bookmarks at http://dentistfrisco-tx.com/contact-us/.
The first semester of internship, I realized Ben Massell Dental Clinic (BMDC) provide serve to a lot of people. BMDC deliver services to people of many different races, gender, belief, and customs. A high percentage of clients that BMDC serve are African American and Caucasian. There are few Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Hispanics. Along with cultures, there are different languages. Unfortunately, at the clinic, there is only one language that staff members know, which is English. In the waiting area, there are magazines for clients to read that is in English and only English. There have been a few moments, where BMDC have encountered a client who does not speak English. Lucky, the clients, would come in with a family member or friend that can translate for them. There are times when members of the clinic try to contact the client, who does not speak English, and no one is around to translate for them. The client and the worker have a difficult time understanding each other because of the language barrier. Eventually, leaving the customer to become frustrated and having to find out information later or not at all.
Are you new to North Pole, or adjusting to Alaskan life for the first time? If you've recently settled down, finding a new family dentist should be next on your list. It can be complicated, but luckily the web has a wealth of resources that can help! Dr. Bauer at North Pole Dental Workshop invites you to take a look at his practice, too, and offers the following advice for choosing the best dentist for your family:
Most people do not look forward to dental appointments, but the dentists here care about their patients. They are genuinely friendly, and you might walk out the door with a smile on your face. Many patients recommend this office to their family and
This reflection acts as my fourth reflection since I have started my internship at Comfort Dental under the Guidance of Dr. Trino Nuno. The semester is coming to an end, and I have enjoyed my time at Comfort Dental., I previously had a clinical and administrative internship at Smile Works Dentistry in Rockwall, Texas and I can now tell you that my experience at these two dental practices was incredibly different. At Smile Works, I quickly got used to the way the practice was run because it was not that complicated and I only had one doctor’s schedule to manage. However, at Comfort Dental I still struggle with managing day-to-day functions. The reason I struggle is that Comfort Dental has three doctors and a lot more staff. Also, the computer system that I mastered at Smile Works is not the same computer system that they use at Comfort Dental. I got the chance to use all to same skills in this internship. I answered phones, checked that patient’s insurance plans are eligible to be billed and scanned paper documents into a hard drive.
Hearing the dentist say, “You need a root canal,” is often a patient’s worst nightmare. While the treatment has a reputation of being scary and painful, it’s actually a routine dental procedure that isn’t nearly as uncomfortable as patients expect. Stafford Dental Associates, a one-stop shop for dental procedures like oral surgery, dental implants, and crowns in Stafford Springs, CT, wants to ease patients’ fears about getting a root canal.
It is important to take care of any emergency dental issues immediately as they can often lead to bigger problems. For example, a dental infection that is left untreated can quickly spread to your brain in a matter of weeks. The infection can eventually kill you. If you survive the infection, you will be strapped with numerous hospital bills. These bills will be exponentially higher than what you would have originally paid if you fixed the problem initially. Putting off dental care because you do not have insurance or enough money is not recommended. Instead, there are a few things you can do to receive emergency dental care without any insurance.
When you visit our office, you can look forward to relaxing in our warm and inviting environment. We understand that our patients need to feel confident on our ability to provide state-of-the-art dental care, which is why we’ll work hard to make your visit pleasant and comfortable. From the moment you contact us, you can expect the following: