Your dental health is important, and our patients’ safety is our top priority. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation and all CDC guidelines very closely.
Posted on: March 27, 2014
Getting the Most Out of Your Dental Visit at Dental Solutions
With multiple dental offices in the Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey regions, the Dental Solutions team are committed to providing top-notch dental care. An important aspect of such commitment is making sure that you get the most out of your dental visit at any of our offices. While we can aim to do our best in what we do, read on below to learn how you can also do your part in making more out of your visits at our clinics! Ask Questions Here at our practice, there is no such thing as a trivial question. Although we understand that you may be a bit shy or hesitant to asked, we actually want to hear from you. Think of us as your partners in achieving and maintaining excellent oral and overall health. The night before your appointment, jot down possible questions on a notebook, smartphone, or any digital device. If you think you’re too shy to ask questions in person, you can send us a message over Twitter or Facebook. You can also talk with us over the phone. Aside from asking questions about the procedure, you might also want to know more about how you can improve your current oral health habits. Are you using the right kind of toothpaste? As for the medications you’re taking for your hypertension, do they have adverse effects on your oral health? Allot Sufficient Time For Your Visit We perfectly understand that you’re busy and there’s a lot of things that you need to attend to. However, we also encourage you to allot ample time for your dental appointments. We want to learn more about your oral health habits and we would like to talk to you in an unhurried and relaxed manner. Do Your Homework Fear, by and large, stems from the unknown. The same goes for dental anxiety. On that account, we encourage you to spend some time learning about your oral health — from dental cavities to how to prepare for a certain procedure. Doing so will make you more confident the next time you give us a visit as you already have an idea of what to expect. To sum it all up, before you schedule an appointment with us, we want you to be ready with your questions, allocate ample time of your visit, and do a bit of research beforehand. It will also help if you get a good night’s sleep and have some medical history (in the form of documents) handy. If you have dental insurance, remember to bring your insurance card with you. Lastly, don’t forget to wear clothing that you are most comfortable with. Get in touch with by calling the office nearest to your location. We look forward to helping you achieve and maintain optimum oral health!