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Choosing A Dentist In Daly City

perfect smile San FranciscoThe American Dental Association offers some welcome advice for choosing a dentist in Daly City. We have already talked about how word of mouth is an important factor for choosing a dentist. Here are some things you should look for:

Location is always a factor when choosing a dentist in Daly City. If you live in the San Francisco California area, there are many options, and most Daly City locations are not too far out of the way. While location plays an important role in convenience, many people are willing to drive a little farther for a better experience with their Daly City dentist.

Relationship is a strong factor. Your Daly City dentist should be approachable and should make you feel comfortable when you are in the dentist chair. After all, your Daly City dentist will be working very close with you to help you achieve a high level of oral health; you most certainly will want to have a good, professional, comfortable relationship with your Daly City dentist and the dental office staff.

Specialty is another important factor in choosing a dentist in Daly City. Some dentists specialize in cosmetic dentistry. Others specialize in corrective dentistry such as braces. Depending on your need, you may select a local Daly City dentist who can solve your immediate concern. Bear in mind, however, that it is good to have a general dentist who can maintain your dental history and provide general dental care through the years.

We are accepting new patients. Give us a call at 650-755-6000 to schedule a friendly consultation.

-Kenneth Hovden, DDS

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