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Question DetailsAsked on 2/14/2016

Can I sort to find the word painless in a dentist review?

The most important factors I am looking for: Do they take my insurance? What do the reviewers say about the amount of pain? What they had done would be helpful.

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That would work only if they have the word Painless in their listing. your choice is to go through the type of dentist you need in the Health area of Search the List and read reviews on the well-rated ones for comments on pain.


Or google for "painless" or "sedation" dentistry to look for hits, then cross-check those names on AL for their ratings and reviews.


Or get recommendations from friends, neighbors, coworkers, etc.


As for whether they take your dental insurance - screen by that first on your insurer's website to generate a list of local participating providers, then use that to narrow the list of google and AL hits. Remember those lists are not necewssarily totally up to date, so be sure to ask before committing to a provider.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD




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