The dental field, like other medical fields has a need to constantly bridge the divides between practitioner, patient and perspective practitioner. So we’ve compiled the best dental websites with those considerations in mind.
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National Directory of Dentists
And for those of you who aren’t looking to go to dental school or to work with or as a dentist, you might simply be seeking a dentist to help you with that painful cavity or to help straighten out little Tim’s teeth. You’ll find a list of dentists to choose from here by simply typing in your zip code or city. You can even search among specific types of dentists. They include dentists from Maine to California to Louisville Orthodontist and more
This website is a large resource for just about all things dental including resources for dentists, hygienists, assistants, and the average non-dental person. This site even provides resources for suffers of oral cancer, denture wearers, those interesting in teeth whitening, cosmetic dentistry, those considering the dental profession and, as they say, much more.
>>Dental Site – dentalsite.com
Your Dentistry Guide
The Consumer Guide to Dentistry is for dental patients to learn about dentistry and it’s many procedures and potentials. The site provides advice on choosing a dentist, getting dental insurance, tooth restoration, conditions & diseases, types of food that cause or prevent tooth decay, and how to protect yourself from unnecessary oral treatments.
>>Your Dentistry Guide – yourdentistryguide.com
Know Your Teeth
A title on this site says, “All Things Dental,” and that’s just about right. This site even offers a free “Dental Diary” for you to personalize with countdowns to dental visits, toothbrush-trashing reminders and other tips that are time based for better oral health. It provides a glossary of dental terms, a forum where you can ask questions of a “dental advisor,” a “find a dentist” feature, information on other oral problems like canker sores and a family section with tips on helping children maintain a healthy mouth. The search box at the top lets you be specific and avoid digging through the many resources on this site.
>>Know Your Teeth – knowyourteeth.com
Yes, this is the giant maker of toothbrushes and other dental products however, this part of their website isn’t hard selling you on a product. Rather, it’s providing advice on a long list of topics from bad breath and dentures to oral health during pregnancy. It also provides a guide on preparing for going to the dentist and choosing the right dentist. The list of topics may just cover every oral health question you might have and the search box is a time saver.