Miami Dentists

Speciality: Dentist

3915 Biscayne Blvd Ste 306, Miami, FL, 33137

(305) 598-6070

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Dr. Nelson has a wide range of experience in different areas of dentistry, from cosmetic and restorative dentistry to surgical treatments and root canal treatments. His approach to your treatment starts with patiently listening to you. Then, after a complete and thorough examination, he reviews... More
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How to Choose a Miami Dentist

  1. Ask for Recommendations: Start by asking friends, family members, coworkers, or healthcare professionals for recommendations. Personal experiences can provide valuable insights into the quality of care provided by a dentist.
  2. Check Credentials: Verify the dentist’s credentials. Ensure they are licensed to practice dentistry in your state or country. You can usually find this information on their clinic’s website or by contacting your local dental association.
  3. Consider Specializations: Depending on your needs, you might want to consider a dentist with specialized training in a particular area, such as orthodontics, periodontics, or pediatric dentistry.
  4. Read Reviews: Look for online reviews and testimonials from patients. This can give you an idea of the dentist’s reputation and the experiences of other patients.
  5. Location and Office Hours: Consider the location of the dental office. It’s often more convenient to choose a dentist who is located near your home or workplace. Also, check if their office hours align with your schedule.
  6. Technology and Services: Inquire about the dental technologies and services offered. A modern dentist’s office might offer advanced treatments that could benefit you, such as digital X-rays, laser treatments, or sedation dentistry.
  7. Meet the Dentist: Schedule a consultation or a preliminary appointment to meet the dentist in person. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, discuss your concerns, and get a sense of their communication style.
  8. Hygiene and Cleanliness: When you visit the dental office, pay attention to its cleanliness and hygiene practices. A clean and well-maintained office reflects the dentist’s commitment to patient care.
  9. Cost and Insurance: Inquire about the cost of various procedures and whether the dentist accepts your dental insurance. Clarify the payment options and any financing plans available.
  10. Emergency Care: Ask about the dentist’s policy for handling dental emergencies outside of regular office hours. Knowing you can rely on your dentist during urgent situations is crucial.
  11. Comfort and Communication: Choose a dentist with whom you feel comfortable and can openly communicate. A dentist who listens to your concerns and explains treatment options in a clear manner can make your dental experience more positive.
  12. Initial Visit Experience: After your first appointment, assess your experience. Was the staff friendly and helpful? Did the dentist take time to address your questions and concerns? Did you feel comfortable during the visit?
  13. Gut Feeling: Trust your instincts. If something doesn’t feel right or you’re not comfortable with the dentist after your initial visit, it might be a sign to explore other options.