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If You Ever Have Procedural Questions, Just Ask Us!
Posted on 8/24/2020 by Aron Geelan, DMD
Not only do we seek to diagnose your problems and recommend procedures during consultations and examinations, but we also seek to address any concerns you might have about your dental problem. We've made our office an ambient, relaxing environment with features like soothing music and rapturous scents that put you at total ease and spur you to bare your mind about your dental problems. And we're always passionate about receiving any questions you might have about your procedure whether it's a dental emergency or a minor dental issue.
We'll offer you a meticulous, in-depth, and easily digestible explanation of various aspects of your procedure, and make sure we carry you along all through the way. In some cases, we may use tools and technologies like intraoral cameras, tooth models, and product samples to help give you a close-up view of various aspects of the procedure. Or we might ask you to help us handle certain instruments to make the experience more immersive for you.
Assessing your Options
We always ensure that you fully understand the pros and cons of the recommendations we give for your procedure. Your inputs are crucial to ensuring that we offer solutions that are the most convenient and budget-friendly for you. Whether you're opting for direct or indirect treatment procedures, we'll help you choose the materials, placement methods, and options for other aspects of the procedure that are best-suited for you.
Our consultations usually entail back and forth conversations where we answer your questions and also ask some to arrive at the most suitable solutions for you. In other words, you can ask more questions about the recommendations we give you based on the answers you provide us in the first place. For instance, if we ask about the history of your medications, we might tell you that some of the drugs you've mentioned may detract from the procedure, and then you might want to ask if you can continue using the drug after the procedure.
No matter how simple or complex your procedure might be, we always want you to feel confident and comfortable about it. Call us today and let's address whatever concerns you might have about your dental problems.