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Which type of dental practice should you visit? Depending on your oral health needs and if you have a family or not, most people will choose to see a “family” or general dentist.

However, specialty dental practices offer expanded services that may not be available from your regular family dentist. Most dentists will refer you to such practices if you have advanced tooth wear, disease, or require oral surgery/reconstructive services. It’s not necessarily that they don’t want to treat you, but rather than you’ll receive more efficient and accurate care for special dental needs if you see an expert.

Depending on the type of dental insurance you have, specialist treatment may not be covered, or may require a pre-approval from your insurance company or primary dentist. If you join a dental savings plan, you get discounts on care from participating dentists and dental specialists, with no pre-approval hassles.


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Finding the Best Dental Practice in Your Area

What’s the most efficient way to find the best dental practice in your town?

  • Ask your neighbors, coworkers, and colleagues. Find out which dentist they like best, why that is, and ask them about specific situations you’re curious about.

  • Check with your dental insurance or dental savings plan to find out which dentists participate in the plan’s network.

  • Look up the dental practice’s website and social media pages to read reviews from other patients. If you’ using sites like Facebook, it’s easy to see who has “checked in” or reviewed the practice on a 1-5 scale.

  • Consider special accommodation needs, such as location or hours of operation. Do you need to arrange your family’s visits on the same day or certain times of the day? You may need to call the dental practice to find out if there are any restrictions.

Looking for a Local Dental Practice?

One of the best ways to find the ideal dental practice for your oral health care is to call and make an appointment. Many dentists will offer free consultations, which provides you an opportunity to experience the practice and get to know the staff to see if they’re the right fit for your smile’s future!

And to save 10%-60% on your dental care, consider joining a dental savings plan – the affordable alternative to dental insurance - that dentists near you accept. Not only will you save on virtually all of your dental needs, you also don’t have to wait before you can access discounted dental treatments. You start saving as soon as your plan activates – within 24-72 hours, depending on the plan you choose.

There are no annual spending limits either. Dental insurance typically has a maximum of $1,000-$1,500 – about the cost of just one root canal and crown! With your dental savings plan, you really can afford to get the dental care you need. Find out more at dentalplans.com.