Finding the Right Dentist for the Entire Family

by Riverside Heights Dental September 27th, 2017 in Dental Services
Finding the Right Dentist for the Entire Family

Your entire family deserves a dentist who will ensure the best oral care for each individual. To ensure your family is receiving the best dental care for each individual member of the family, it’s important to select a dentist that meets your needs and offers great care, as well as understands what is unique to your family.

A great family dentist will be able to motivate you and your kids to take care of your teeth properly. To help you find a dentist that meets the needs of your family, here are some tips when selecting a dental care provider.


Ask a friend or extended family member if they love their dentist, and find out why. Referrals from friends is one of the best ways to find a new health care provider, as it’s likely they will suit you too. An honest review from a friend tends to mean more to someone that a review from a stranger.

Who do they treat?

Ask the dental office if they frequently see children and adults? Do they have experience with elderly patients? Determine what type of care your family needs, and find  a dentist who is experienced with the demographics you fit into.

Experience and Education

Is your dentist committed to continuing education? Looking for an office that continually strives to better themselves means that you will always be getting top-of-line technology and a high standard of care.


Ask the office what hours they run and what are typical available times for different types of appointments you may need to book. Sometimes a dentist themselves may seem perfect, but their schedule might just not work with your family’s schedule. This is an easy way to see whether or not a dentist fits your family.

Looking through these criteria for you and your family, you should be able to make a solid comparison between different dental offices to ensure that the one you pick suits your family. Finding the perfect family dentist may not be easy – but it will be worth it in the long run.