31 Jul What to Look for in a Dentist
Highland Village, TX – Dr. Jonathan Golab, a Highland Village dentist, always advises people to select their dentists with care. Below are the top things to look for when choosing a dentist.
Full Range of Dental Services: When choosing a dentist, you want one who will be able to provide all of the services you need. Dr. Golab, a Highland Village dental care provider and a family dentist, offers the full range of standard dental treatments. At each visit he provides a thorough examination, oral cancer check, gum screening – and digital x-rays and digital photography.
Cosmetic Dental Services: Even if cosmetic dental care isn’t your primary goal, it is helpful to have someone who is familiar with basic cosmetic services. Dr. Golab also offers a wide range of services including tooth whitening, bonding, veneers, and inlays and onlays. “Patients come in who avoid smiling because they’re ashamed of their teeth,” Dr. Golab, a Highland Village porcelain veneers provider, says. “After we treat them, they are very happy with the results – and with their smiles!”
High-Quality Patient Care: Naturally you want a high-quality dentist who gives his or her patients the utmost attention. Highland Village dentistry practitioner Golab sees only one patient at a time, so all his attention will be concentrated on you. Golab’s office is designed with the comfort of the patient in mind. You will hear relaxing waterfalls and soothing background music – and you’ll enjoy the aromatherapy. Dr. Golab’s staff will offer you neck pillows, heated towels, chocolates and snacks from the fridge.
Conservative and Holistic Dental Care: Today many experts believe that the best kind of dental care is the least invasive and most conservative. In keeping with a conservative dental philosophy, Dr. Golab, a Highland Village dental care provider, prefers using inlays or onlays to dental crowns or filings, which require grinding down natural tooth. Dr. Golab also thinks holistically. “Teeth and oral tissues are connected to the rest of your body, so dentists need to think in terms of treating the whole body,” explains Dr. Golab.