Your dentist and their staff will be long-term partners in maintaining healthy teeth for you and your family. In addition to practical concerns like a convenient office location and business hours, the dentist should be a good communicator, easy for you and your children to understand and work with. Surprise Dental and Denture offers a convenient location, a friendly practice, strong communication skills, and a wide array of dental services for all family members.
WebMD provides a helpful guide to help you to decide whether or not a dentist is a good fit for your family.
- Dental staff is helpful and willing to answer all questions.
- Office policies such as missed appointments are clearly presented and easy to understand.
- Dentists make you feel at ease and explain procedures, preventative care, and your dental health.
- The office offers options for anesthesia and is certified for a variety of procedures.
Surprise Dental and Denture offers a new patient consultation with an exam, consultation, and x-rays.
According to the American Dental Association (ADA), dental care is personalized. Care is more successful when dentists and patients have a relationship of mutual trust and open communication. Particularly if you have children or are caring for an elderly parent, clear, strong communication will help you to reinforce your dentist’s home care instructions. If it’s time for a cleaning, you and your dentist can help to reassure your child that regular cleanings will prevent cavities. If an elderly family member needs dental treatment such as an implant or a crown, a dentist who is experienced in reassuring older patients can work with you to provide a successful outcome.
WebMD advises prospective dental patients to look for dental practices that are experienced in working with similar types of patients and dental needs shared by your family. A family-friendly dental office will welcome seniors and children with services and prices tailored to their needs. Surprise Dental and Denture provides “Lifestyle Smile” customized services which can provide a beautiful and healthy smile for you and other family members.
At any age, building healthy at-home dental care habits and maintaining good continuity of dental care will help you and your family members to prevent oral and physical health problems. If problems do occur, good communication with your dentist will help to catch the problems early. WebMD says that a common problem like gum disease caused by harmful bacteria could lead to higher risk of heart disease and atherosclerosis. Healthy teeth and healthy bodies are connected by more than just the roots of our teeth.