If you’ve recently received a postcard, phone call, email, or maybe even a text from Bright Side Dental, you may be wondering if your dentist is obsessed with you. With all of the reaching out it may seem like they’re practically begging you to schedule your next cleaning appointment! It’s all for good reason though. It’s because Bright Side Dental cares about your oral health and knows that regular cleanings and checkups are vital to keeping your teeth and gums healthy. So do them, and most importantly yourself, a favor, and set up your next visit.
If a busy schedule is what’s keeping you from scheduling, Bright Side Dental in Livonia has flexible hours to make scheduling easier. Call your local Bright Side Dental office and a friendly staff member will be able to find you a time that works with your busy schedule.
If you don’t have time to call and make an appointment right away, you can request an appointment online. Bright Side Dental – Livonia understands that making a phone call to the office isn’t always possible while at work or during your busy day, so they’ve made scheduling even more convenient by allowing you to request appointments through their website. Visit to fill out a form to request an appointment time that works best for you. From there, Bright Side Dental will call you at a time that is convenient to you to verify your appointment time. You can also chat live with a staff member who can help you with scheduling your appointment.
Maybe your dental insurance status has changed and that is keeping you from scheduling. Bright Side Dental does not want cost to be a factor when it comes to maintaining your oral health. Financing is available. Bright Side Dental works with Care Credit, which has interest free options available. Call the office and a staff member can help you discover your options for making paying affordable and convenient.
Maybe you don’t have any problems with any of your teeth right now and that’s what’s keeping you from visiting. Even when you think your teeth are perfectly healthy, it is still vital to have them cleaned and checked every six months. Your dentist will be able to detect any decay, even in its very earliest stages. This prevents needing more extensive dental work down the road. Your dentist will also make sure your gums are healthy. Did you know you can have gum disease without any symptoms at all? This is why regular cleanings and checkups are so important. Gum disease can lead to bone and tooth loss if left untreated. Call today! Your smile will thank you.