5 Things to Consider When

Choosing a Sarasota Dentist

Are you or someone you know considering a new dentist? Well we know that this is a big decision that should not be taken lightly. Picking the right dentist will make your life and oral health much easier, so take the time, do you research, and keep in mind these following 5 items when you choose your next dentist…


You should choose a regular dentist that is close enough to travel to in a reasonable timeframe to maintain your annual hygiene. Certain services such as cosmetic dentistry are well worth a bit of travel. The location that makes sense, depends on your needs. What type of services are you seeking? General, Cosmetic, Other?



Besides bi-annual checkups, what do you want or look for in a dentist? Is it implant dentistry? Cosmetic? No matter what the reasoning may be, it would be in your best interest to choose someone who provides expert car in that area.



When it comes to superior dental care, you will want to find a dentist that provides the highest quality service to meet your needs. From introductory offers to top billed cosmetic dentistry, cost can vary greatly. Financing options and cash discounts are something to consider, but ultimately your smile is priceless!



Let’s face accidents and emergencies happen. When looking for a local dentist be sure to see if they have emergency services available or if they are able to refer you to another provider promptly. If you have an emergency, which would you prefer? It’s better to be prepared.



Make sure that your preferred dentist is easy to get ahold of and has an amazing staff. This will make all the difference at each visit and in between visits should something come up!

Choosing a new dentist is a BIG decision whether it may seem like it or not. Pick someone who meets most, if not all, your needs and make your next dentist be your last dentist.
We appreciate you taking the time to become a better you! Invest in yourself and create habits that will turn into long-term benefits for you and your loved ones. If you have any dental questions, or maybe you would like to set up an appointment, feel free to call us at (941) 365-3377 or reach us online!