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Questions You Should Ask

As is the case with any healthcare specialty, when contemplating a complex procedure, you should seek the most skilled and educated professional to provide your treatment. Before you select a provider for your needs, be sure to ascertain his or her professional qualifications.

  • Why are you recommending this treatment?
  • What is your experience in performing the procedure that I need?
  • Where will my restorations be made?
  • Can you show me some “Before and After” pictures of your patients?
  • How long will it take to finish the treatment?
  • What kind of transitional treatment will be provided, and how comfortable or limited will I be during that phase?
  • How long have you been in the community?
  • Are you a specialist or do you have accredited advanced training?
  • Is your specialty one of the nine ADA recognized specialties?
  • Do you mind if I get a second opinion?