Family Dentist – Mesa & Gilbert AZ

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What is a Family Dentist?

american dental associationIt may seem like an arbitrary distinction, but there are some factors that separate a family dentist from other dentists. These include the dentist’s area of specialization, the types of patients they treat, their accreditation and designation, etc.

Family dentists may be pediatric or general dentists who treat children as well as adults. In either case, they are highly trained dental hygienists who aim to improve the dental health of your family, from children to the elderly.

What is the difference between a Family Dentist and a general dentist?

A family dentist focuses on family care. This means that he or she provides a full range of dental services for both children and adults. A family dentist can treat young children, while a pediatrician only sees patients under the age of 18.

Who are the prime customers for Family Dental Clinics?

cosmetic dentists at dental officeThe prime customers for Family Dental Clinics are parents who want to make sure their kids get the best possible treatments at affordable prices, and who know the value of a dentist who provides dental care for a family over the years.

This is valuable because it helps young children get into the habit of seeing a dentist regularly.

It’s also valuable to have a dentist who is familiar with your dental health, has your dental health records on hand, and has a level of personal rapport with you that a brand new dentist doesn’t.

Why family dental clinics are helpful for children

Family dentistry can help all kinds of people, but especially children. A pediatrician only sees patients under the age of 18 while a family dentist can treat young children as well as adults. This could make it easier for parents who want to take care of their kids’ teeth while ensuring they get premium services at an affordable price.

For example, some family dentists might even provide after school dental care for elementary or middle school-aged students so that they can have better access to treatment when needed.

Why family dental clinics are helpful for the elderly

Older people might also benefit from family dental clinics because they can rely on the dentist they’ve known for many years, who has treated them and their relatives, for expert advice when it comes to maintaining oral health in their golden years. This means they won’t have to shop around for different services when they need care, which could save time and money in the long run.

Why family dental clinics are helpful for young & middle aged parents

dental cleaning performed with dental insuranceParents who are middle-aged and older also might appreciate family dental clinics because they can visit the dentist their children visit. If a child has been going to the same clinic for years, chances are he or she will feel more comfortable there than at an unfamiliar place. This will reduce stress for everyone involved because parents won’t have to worry about finding a new dentist once their children grow up.

Middle aged people with busy work schedules might need family dental clinics as well. They may not have time during the week to make appointments with multiple dentists, so scheduling all of their checkups on one day makes it easier for them to take off from work.

Services Provided by Family Dentists

healthy smile - family dentistryVirtually any service you would expect from general dentistry, you can expect at a family dental clinic as well. This includes services utilizing the latest dental technology such as:

  • Dental cleanings (expect different cleaning measures depending on age)
  • Teeth whitening
  • Dental implants
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Dental fillings
  • Restorative dentistry
  • Emergency dentist services
  • Root canals
  • Crowns

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We are here to provide the highest quality dentistry for the dental needs of your entire family. Our experienced staff welcomes new patients at our dentist office regularly. Fill out the form below or give us a call at (480) 924-5577.

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