Time is on your side don’t rush into anything part 2 (new york cosmetic dentist 10019)

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Dr. Catrise Austin is an expert New York Cosmetic Dentist. In 1908, she opened an office under the banner "VIP Smiles", a modern dental practice that boasts an impressive loyal following, including some of the warmest smiles in the entertainment industry.

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Time is on your side don’t rush into anything part 2 (new york cosmetic dentist 10019)

  1. 1. Time is on Your Side; Don’t Rush into Anything! (Part 2) Dr. Catrise Austin
  2. 2. Time is on Your Side; Don’t Rush into Anything (Part 2) §  Here are a few of the critical factors that may affect you when you have these procedures done: §  Cost: Price is often a factor when considering cosmetic dental procedures, particularly if you have an insufficient dental plan or even NO dental plan. While insurance carriers differ, even your estimated patient co-pay for those products and procedures that are covered can be expensive. So be aware of the costs involved and how they relate to your current savings and/or credit accounts. Speak with your dental provider openly and honestly about your cost concerns and explore all the options available to you concerning financing, paying over time, loans, etc.
  3. 3. Time is on Your Side; Don’t Rush into Anything (Part 2) §  Employment: Work schedules are extremely important, particularly when you consider that the reason a lot of people want a more attractive A-List Smile has to do with seeking more confidence on and off the job site. If you are someone who travels frequently for their job, is a workaholic or doesn’t have a lot of sick days or down time associated with your current job, then employment may be a big factor in when you can have your procedure. That is why it’s important to know what, exactly, is involved with each product and procedure – see Step 4 – so you can know exactly how long you need to take off of work to recuperate, if any time is needed at all. If necessary, you may want to schedule your appointment on a Friday so that you can take the weekend to recover. For other procedures, you may need longer, or shorter, recovery times. Either way, the more you know, the better you can prepare for scheduling in advance.
  4. 4. Time is on Your Side; Don’t Rush into Anything (Part 2) §  Health: Your health is of the utmost importance when scheduling any dental procedure, be it surgical or non-surgical. Anytime anesthesia, needles or appliances are involved, you need to be free of sickness. That is why your dental provider wants to know so much about your physical health the first time you make a visit to his or her office. Sometimes, medical clearance is needed by your medical doctor before we begin dental procedures. Even things like whether or not you smoke, exercise, drink alcohol or take drugs can affect how your dental provider treats you. So if your health needs to improve before you have any products or procedures done, don’t rush it; your body, and your dentist, will thank you for waiting!
  5. 5. Time is on Your Side; Don’t Rush into Anything (Part 2) §  A-List Advice: §  Invest in a calendar – no matter how late in the year it is – and look ahead in the months remaining to determine the best time for your procedure. My patients find that seeing the dates in question in black and white on a calendar really helps them make better decisions as to when, exactly, to have their procedures done.
  6. 6. Call Today for a Consultation! Dr. Catrise Austin 119 W. 57th Street, Suite 512 New York, New York 10019 Phone (212) 262-6054 Website: http://NYCCGD.com As a New York Cosmetic Dentist (10019), we offer a variety of dental services including but not limited to: Cosmetic Dentistry :: Dental Crowns :: Dental Health :: Dental Implants :: Family Dentistry :: General Dentistry :: Porcelain Veneers :: Composite Veneers :: Restorative Dentistry :: Braces :: Smile Makeover :: Teeth Whitening :: Sedation Dentistry. As a New York Cosmetic Dentist (10019), we serve the following areas: We serve patients all over the world as well as those in the following areas: Manhattan, NY :: Harlem, NY :: MidTown, NY :: New York, NY :: Time Square :: Upper West Side :: Upper East Side.

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