Have you ever gotten a deal on a used car that turned out to be a lemon? After a couple years of endless repairs, you realized that it ended up costing as much as a new car would have. And after spending all that money, you still have a dud.
The same is true of deficient dental work. You have probably received shiny postcard ads that advertise amazing deals on cosmetic dentistry: porcelain veneers, crowns, white fillings, and dental implants. The prices may be tempting, but be certain you do plenty of research before committing. We aren’t trying to imply that all dental practices that proclaim low procedure prices in their ads deliver unsatisfactory work—we are just cautioning patients not to choose a cosmetic dentist based on price alone. Unlike an automobile, you can’t sell your smile and buy a new one.
We will use porcelain veneers as an example. What can go wrong if you fall victim to substandard porcelain veneers?
The dentist may be inexperienced and make mistakes: improper placement, dissatisfactory color matching, bite complications. The materials may be deficient: unnatural color, prone to breaking, veneers pop off. The lab techs that create the restorations may turn out inferior work: unnatural color, poor fit.
If you are considering a smile redesign, communicate with Dr. Martin Buchheit at Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS first.
During your consultation, you will learn about Dr. Buchheit’s years of experience, techniques, specialty training, and the number of procedures performed. You will learn about the most appropriate materials for the restorations and receive specifics about the dental lab we use. We can also provide references if requested. And, of course, we will discuss how much each service will cost.
We are sure that you will find that our prices are competitive for the exceptional dentistry Dr. Buchheit delivers.
Don’t compromise your smile in an attempt to save some money. You really do get what you pay for.
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