Second Opinion

Always go with your instinct. If you think, you should get a second opinion you probably should. If your dentist has prescribed you with dental work that you are unsure of, getting a second opinion will educate you as well as help to assure, you are making the right choice, when it comes to something as important as you or your family.

When should you get a second opinion? You may want to consider a having a second opinion dentist if:

You have received dental work that is not solving your problem or situation.
You are unsure if the recommended treatment is necessary or about the fees that are involved.
You do not have the confidence or rapport with your current dentist.
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