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Public Dental Care v Private Dental Care

Written by Metro Dental. Posted in homepage

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About three quarters of adults in America think their smile is the key to attracting the opposite sex, more so than their body, their hair, and even their eyes. In fact, well over 25% of women brush their teeth after any meal. Clearly our teeth are important to us. But when faced with the choice of a public or a private dental care plan, how do you choose which way to go? Here are some pros and cons of both.

  • Private Dental Care. When most people think of going to the dentist, it’s a private office they picture in their minds. Private offices are usually more comfortable, more individualized, and more inviting, but that’s because they have to be. Since private offices are competing with other private offices, they must be as accommodating to their patients as possible to get business. And