Would you go to a young dentist?
May 21, 2019 4:54am CST
I searched for dentists, but the chosen dentist recently had a baby. And she will not work anymore for a few months. I have such bad luck. I found another dentist, but she is very young. She worked for 6 years and I don't think she has experience. I don't know what to do. Would you go to a young dentist? Are they as good as the other ones?
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Yes, I would go to a young dentist. An old dentist told me the young dentists know more on how to take good care of our teeth. Now they can extend our teeth so there would be no gaps. They can also apply splints so our teeth would not protrude. Hope you find your dentist.
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
My last doctor looked young enough to be my son. The nurse who gave me my injection today is younger than me and she is a lot better and more thorough in taking care of me than my regular nurse who i put at about the late 50s to 60s in age. I wish i had this younger one all the time. see this young dentist and give her a chance maybe she will know something that will help your teeth a lot
• United States
For me, I like to read the reviews of a dentist online if it is available - and then it's a matter of trust in time. The first time I went to my current dentist was when I broke my tooth . . . she was available and local, I just wanted it fixed right away. Luckily then I found out how conservative she was - she explained how this or that was necessary - and that this or that would only be cosmetic. It took time for me to go back to her again, but now I go regularly became in time I knew I could trust her. She is a little older than me - not too young, but not too old.