Getting the Most Out of Your Waterloo Dental VisitsJuly 30, 2013
Here at our Waterloo dental practice, we provide all types of dental services that children and adults would most likely need — from tooth whitening services to smile makeovers. Nevertheless, we also encourage clients to be more proactive in their dental care by taking steps to making the most out of your dental visits.
The following list of suggestions will help you get the most out of your visit, whether it’s your first time or a follow-up visit.
1. Have a set of questions handy.
Days before your visit, consider your dental needs, goals, and preferences. Take the time to come up with questions that you’ve been wanting to ask your dentist. If possible, write them out so you’ll have them handy on the day of your visit. You can even ask us questions pre-consultation via phone, email, or social media!
Sample questions are listed below:
What is the current status of my dental health?
Am I at risk for any problems?
What measures do I need to take to improve my oral health?
What are my other options concerning the recommendations you provided?
What other treatments do you recommend to improve my oral health?
2. Set aside ample time for your dental visit.
We understand that your time may be limited but it would truly benefit you if you set aside enough time to ask questions and clarify doubts regarding your dental care.
3. Read on oral health information.
Set aside some time to read on information concerning dental health. This will help you understand better the terminologies once you visit your dentist.
Setting Up Your First Waterloo Dental Visit
Dr. Arvanitis, a highly experienced Waterloo implant dentist, believes that only a minimum amount of dentistry is required to ensure optimal dental health. Schedule your initial consultation and comprehensive dental evaluation with us by calling 519.748.2282 or by filling out this contact form. Our facilities has been designed to pamper and our little extras are all free of charge!← Waterloo Dental: Smart Snacking Habits for Healthy Teeth Expectant Moms and The Importance of Oral Health Care →