What you should look for before seeing a dentist

Mar 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Wichita Eagle

Though officials say such situations involving dental clinics are rare, Dr. Matt Messina, a dentist in Cleveland, Ohio, and a consumer adviser for the American Dental Association, says patients should ask their dentist and oral surgeon about the steps they and their staffs take to sterilize equipment.

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Mar 30, 2013
 
It is better to be careful than be sorry.
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Mar 30, 2013
 
Would the public fare out better restricting public school dental inspections where the possibility of a dentist scratching the enamel layer of the tooth below the gum line could increase the dental business months later or do we trust the programs on our children?

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May 16, 2013
 
I totally agree with your point we should always have a clear picture of what all we are going to face while the treatment and how they are going to proceed with it as it helps you gain some confidence in your dentist and you could trust him with the treatment. I really like the dentists like the one i met in http://www.ldsc.co.uk/ who themselves takes the initiative of briefing you with each and every step of the treatment before initiating the treatment.
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May 19, 2013
 

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Hot dental hygienists, dental technicians and dental assistants are a must. Along with cute secretarial staff. It is fun having those hygienist's utters rubbing on you while you have to maneuver you engorging rod to keep from embarrassing yourself.

Since: Mar 14

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Apr 25, 2014
 
Absolutely. At my office we take every recommendation to ensure the safety and comfort of our patients ( http://doctorrossandgreer.com ). You should always look around and ask plenty of questions, a reputable dentist won't mind answering them!

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