Tucson Dentists

Speciality: Dentist

801 N Wilmot Rd suite g, Tucson, AZ 85711, USA

(520) 445-4113

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David Tambor, DMD, is a leading Tucson cosmetic dentist with three decades of experience. He has completed thousands of general and cosmetic dental procedures, and is one of the most experienced CAD dentists in the country, having placed approximately 7,000 same-day, all-ceramic restorations. Together with... More
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How to Choose a Tucson Dentist

  1. Ask for Recommendations: Start by asking friends, family, neighbors, or coworkers for recommendations. Personal referrals can provide valuable insights into a dentist’s skills and bedside manner.
  2. Check Online Reviews: Look for online reviews and ratings on platforms like Google, Yelp, or Healthgrades. While individual reviews can be subjective, patterns in feedback can give you an idea of the dentist’s reputation.
  3. Consider Location and Office Hours: Choose a dentist whose office is conveniently located to your home, workplace, or daily commute. Also, check if their office hours align with your schedule to make appointments more convenient.
  4. Credentials and Experience: Ensure the dentist is licensed and accredited by the relevant dental board in your country. Look into their educational background, years of experience, and any specialized training they might have.
  5. Services Offered: Different dentists may offer different services. If you need specific treatments such as orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry, or oral surgery, make sure the dentist has experience in those areas.
  6. Technology and Techniques: Inquire about the dental technologies and techniques the dentist uses. A dentist who keeps up with the latest advancements can often offer more efficient and comfortable treatments.
  7. Comfort and Communication: It’s important to feel comfortable with your dentist. A good dentist should be able to communicate clearly, listen to your concerns, and explain treatment options in a way you understand.
  8. Cleanliness and Atmosphere: Visit the dental office if possible to assess its cleanliness and overall atmosphere. A clean, well-organized office can contribute to a positive experience.
  9. Emergency Care: Ask about the dentist’s policy on handling dental emergencies outside of regular office hours. Knowing you can rely on your dentist in urgent situations is crucial.
  10. Cost and Insurance: Inquire about the dentist’s accepted insurance plans and payment options. Dental treatments can be expensive, so understanding the financial aspect is important.
  11. Initial Consultation: Many dentists offer initial consultations where you can meet the dentist, discuss your concerns, and get a sense of their approach. Use this opportunity to gauge your comfort level.
  12. Gut Feeling: Trust your instincts. If you feel a strong sense of trust and comfort with a particular dentist, it’s likely a good fit.