Why You Should Choose a Family Dentist

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Finding a family dentist makes it easier for you to take care of all of your family's dental needs. Anyone with kids knows how chaotic things can get daily as you try to shuffle the family to playdates, school obligations and sporting events. Add scheduled and unscheduled trips to the mix and you can forget about having any personal time for yourself.

Our family dentist recommends regular dental visits as it is a prerequisite for good oral health, regardless of the patient's age. The American Dental Association recommends taking children to the dentist by the time their first set of teeth begin to erupt. Going to a family dentist makes things a lot easier since the entire family can go for their appointments together.

Benefits of going to a family dentist

Here are some of the benefits of letting a family dentist take care of you and your family's needs:

1. Provides treatments for patients of all ages

Family dentists spend most of their time working with children of all ages. They have the know-how to treat children and their milk teeth, and they can handle must of the dental issues that develop as a person ages.

Most people nowadays have a busy schedule working full-time and raising a few children. For these people, finding time for dental visits is difficult enough with their busy schedules. A family dentist helps them to get the most out of their time by making dental visits something the entire family does together. The children and parents are simultaneously taken care of at a family dentist.

Treatments commonly performed by family dentists include teeth whitening, crowns, veneers, braces, fillings, bridges, implants and dentures. A family dentist can also help patients to deal with issues like temporomandibular joint disorders.

2. Patients get a well-trained oral professional

Family dentists go through a rigorous program to ensure they have the wide range of skills needed to treat an entire family. Nothing makes a parent feel more comfortable than knowing their family is in competent hands.

To earn the right to practice in any state in the U.S., family dentists must take the National Dental Board Examination and get a passing grade

3. Personalized treatment

For many people, visits to the dentist can be a frightening experience. Most people report having a dental phobia of some sort. It might be the result of a negative experience as a child or some other unfounded fear. Many people with dental phobias delay getting the treatments they need until things get out of hand.

Family dentists work with patients of all ages, so they get to build rapport with the entire family. Family dentists often start working with their patients from an early age, which gives them a chance to understand their patient's fears. A family dentist might opt to use dental sedatives if the patient's dental phobia is severe.

Our family dentist is here to help

Call or visit our Sterling clinic to set up an appointment with our family dentist. We would love to take care of your entire family.

Request an appointment here: https://www.titandentalcare.com or call Titan Dental Care at (703) 745-3227 for an appointment in our Sterling office.

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