What To Ask Your Dentist When Seeking a Cosmetic Dentistry Procedure
If you are interested in getting cosmetic dental work done, Dr. James Schwartz DDS recommends that there are a couple of very important questions that you will need to ask your dentist. Below are some of the key questions that you will need to ask about cosmetic dentistry procedure:
What Will The Outcome of My Cosmetic Dentistry Procedure Be?
You could end up spending thousands on cosmetic dentistry procedure, so you want to make sure that you have an idea of what your smile will look like after your procedure has been completed. You will want to ask your cosmetic dentist for pictures of patients who had the same procedure that you want to get done.
How Many Procedures Will Be Needed?
There are some cosmetic dental treatments that will require multiple procedures. That is why you should ask your dentist about the number of procedures that you will need. If several are required, then you should ask about how they will be spaced out because you do not want to have to make a trip to the dentist office every week. Make sure what you decide to do fits with your schedule and the dentist office should work with you for your convenience.
How Long Will The Results of My Treatment Last?
Because most cosmetic dentistry procedure are very expensive, you want to ask your cosmetic dentist about how long your procedure will last. You do not want to spend a lot of money on a treatment that will only last five years.
How Will Pain Be Managed?
If you are like a lot of people, then you are probably concerned about the pain of a procedure. The good news is that there are a variety of methods available for managing pain. You should ask your dentist about how pain will be managed both during and after the procedure.
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