Dental Clinic Turkey, was founded with the belief in the importance of accurate diagnosis, planning and treatment in oral and dental health. It provides services at 3 branches in Antalya, Turkey. Dental Clinic Turkey, which includes treatment in all branches, oral diagnoses and radiology, laser periodontology, orthodontics, pedodontics, endodontics, prosthesis, jaw surgery and implantology, tooth bleaching, cosmetic and emergency dentistry, with its expert doctor team and experienced crew is working with the adoption of the “smile to life with us” service mentality. Our clinics, which constantly follows the developing technology and incorporates the latest innovations, offers quality, reliable and world standard conform therapeutic dental services, with a continuous focus on patient satisfaction.
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What To Look for in a Dentist?
Take your time choosing a dentist; don’t wait for an emergency! There are several things to consider when looking for a dentist.
Cost–Does the dentist accept your insurance? Does the dentist offer multiple payment options (credit cards, personal checks, payment plans)? If your insurance plan requires referrals to specialists, can this dentist provide them?
Also, be aware that costs vary by practice. If you can, get estimates of what your dentist might charge for common procedures such as fillings, crowns or root canal therapy. Even if you have dental insurance, you may be paying part of the costs yourself.
Personal comfort–One of the most important things to consider when you choose a dentist is whether you feel comfortable with that person. Are you able to explain symptoms and ask questions? Do you feel like the dentist hears and understands your concerns? Would you feel comfortable asking for pain medicine, expressing your fear or anxiety, or asking questions about a procedure?
Professional qualifications–The dentist’s office should be able to tell you about the dentist’s training. The office also should have policies on infection control. If the staff seems uncomfortable answering your questions, or you are uncomfortable with their answers, consider finding another dentist. You can also obtain information about a dentist’s qualifications from the local dental society or your insurance carrier. Most organizations of specialty dentists also list their members and qualifications.
Emergency care–Find out what happens if you have an emergency, either during normal office hours, or at night or on a weekend. A dentist should not refer you to a hospital emergency room. You should be able to contact your dentist (or a suitable substitute) at any time by calling an answering service, cell phone or pager.
State licensing boards–Most state dental boards have a website where you can verify if your dentist is licensed.