The Dental Is Really The Best Of Both Worlds

1390 WordsJan 21, 20176 Pages
Lakeside Dental is really the best of both worlds - you get the skill and patient care of a more pricey dentist, but at some of the most reasonable prices that I 've seen in the area. It 's tucked away in the upper levels of the Lakeside Medical complex on Ocean Avenue, just off of 19th Avenue about halfway between Stern Grove and Stonestown Galleria. Appointments are fairly easy to get within two to three weeks, and they do offer emergency service as well. Personally, I don 't have dental insurance and haven 't for quite some time. So I pay straight cash for dental care, and thus pricing is important enough for me to shop around quite a bit. But from what I 've been hearing from insured friends and seeing on the web, this place is good…show more content…
Hell, I didn 't even really gag at all, which I usually have a problem with at the dentist. From what I hear, the other two doctors are equally good. Even though I now live about 50 miles away from the city, I 'm keeping Lakeside Dental as my regular dentist and will make the commute in just to see them. They really make the whole stressful dental thing seem like such a breeze.DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CONNECTION:The Contributor has no connection to nor was paid by the brand or product described in this content. Having a healthy mouth is quite important. Not only will have a beautiful smile, but you 'll also cut down the risk of other infections as well. A healthy mouth really is a healthy overall body. Bacteria in the mouth can get into the stomach or the bloodstream, so having a healthy mouth is really one of the best things you can do for your body. While healthy dental hygiene does certainly begin at home, it 's important to see your dentist every six months for a check-up and a deep cleaning with the dental hygienist. Cleanings are painless, they simply scrub your teeth with little noisy instruments and a lot of water and some gritty paste, and they will also take x-rays of your teeth to see if you have any underlying issues that need to be addressed, such as cavities or possible root canal work. After your cleaning, the dentist will come in to poke around your mouth and examine your x-rays to either give you a clean bill of health or alert you
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