Dr. Long

When thinking about writing this, it occured to me that the public as a whole doesn’t know a whole lot about dentistry. We know if our teeth hurt, are missing, or don’t look good.

There is usually more than one way to address a person’s needs or desires. Thus, a second opinion could be considered. It’s done often in medicine and dentistry.

A dentist offers his or her care, skill, and judgement. Along with this comes his or her philosophy of how he or she wants to practice. So, in comparing opinions be sure you are comparing apples to apples because of the many techniques and materials we have today.

Complimentary second opinions.

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