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5 Reasons You Can Love Going to the Dentist
Posted By: Dr. Lordo, on July 22, 2013

Let’s face it—for most people, going to the dentist is never even close to being on a “top 10” list of fun things to do. Most people consider a dental appointment to be one of those necessary evils that’s unavoidable.

Though we all know that trips to the dentist are practical and that they have positive effects on our health, making those appointments (and keeping them) can still be a tough resolution. As you watch the calendar and wait for your upcoming checkup, let us give you some motivation to look forward to your next visit to your Worthington, Ohio dentist!

Consider the following five reasons why your next dental appointment can be enjoyable.

Constructive Communication
The best part about modern medical care is that you’re invited to participate in the process and become a real partner with your physician. Your dentist is concerned with educating you along the way, and they’re eager to begin a cooperative relationship with you. If you feel anxious about a procedure, or have questions about financial matters, please talk those over with us. It makes all the difference in promoting a positive experience, we are happy to discuss your concerns with you.

Your Personal Needs Are Met
Another great thing about going to the dentist is that your visit can be customized to meet your personal needs. Every patient is different and each one desires a varying approach to dental care. For instance, some patients desire a physician who is willing to rehearse procedural details before any care is administered. In contrast, other patients want to hear as little technical jargon as possible. Whatever your preference, your personal needs can be met. Rest assured that with your feedback and guidance, your dentist can ensure a treatment plan that exceeds your expectations.

Technology Increases Comfort
Feeling relaxed at the dentist is of paramount importance. Find consolation in the fact that technology allows your dentist to administer gentle care, making your experience a pleasant one. In addition to the availability of varying levels of sedation and anesthesia, there’s often easy access to other technological resources that improve your experience. For instance, many dentists have television, music, and headphones for their patients right at the dental chair. The conveniences and comforts at your disposal are incredible.

No Judgment, Just Professionalism
If you’re one of the fortunate ones with superb dental hygiene and a pristine dental record, count yourself as one of the lucky few! For the rest of us, reality often comes knocking during our dental visits and brings us polite reminders about aspects of our oral health that need improvement. Though it never feels good to receive “bad news” from your dentist, it’s important to note that there is absolutely no critical judgment involved. A professional dental staff would never criticize or condemn your personal character just because of a little plaque or tooth decay. On the contrary, your dentist is one of your finest healthcare partners and is eager and ready to highlight all of the silver linings in your given situation. With their help, you can easily become the best possible version of yourself.

Put a Spring in Your Step
Have you ever experienced that rush of delight after completing a course of treatment that results in an improved smile? Trust us, it’s amazing! Contemporary dentistry offers remarkable solutions for any dental cosmetic concerns you may have. Whether you’re considering orthodontia, teeth whitening, or other structural repair, it’s great to know that your dentist can resolve those worries by giving you the smile you’ve always dreamed of. And what could be better than that?

It’s important that you resolve to visit your dentist every six months for a routine cleaning and check up. At Dr. Lordo’s, we are committed to making your visit personal, pleasant, and efficient. Contact our Clintonville dental office today, we look forward to seeing you!

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