I appreciate it when the people from my city and the neighboring towns review dentists and post their thoughts on the bulletin boards hosted by some of the local web sites. When people review dentists, they help their friends and neighbors make the health care choices that most affect them and their families. It is quick, easy to do, and a great way to do a good deed for your day.
When people review dentists, they should remember to include commentary about the cleanliness of the waiting room and the restroom, the quality of the areas directly surrounding the office and it’s parking facilities, the politeness and accessibility of the office staff, the modernness of the medical and office equipment, and, let’s not forget, the quality of the service from the doctor him or herself! If you’re not going to give a comprehensive report to your townspeople when you review dentists, why would you even want to bother with it?
I remember when I first decided to review dentists. I had just had a bad experience with an unprofessional doctor whose office was located in the outskirts of town next to a liquor store and a gas station. I know it sounds like the kind of place you wouldn’t even enter if you saw it, but I had a terrible toothache and had to schedule a last minute appointment. I wish I had known to check the web sites where people review dentists. Well, let me tell you, the service was downright bad, and the office seemed unclean. It was at that time that I knew I wouldn’t ever again visit a dentist without seeking the opinion of some previous patients, and also that I would make sure to review dentists in the area that I myself had visited so I could aide locals in making the right choice for their diverse dental health needs.