Is there any real difference between an orthodontist & a dentist?

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Yes, but they do have many things in common. Even if they are specialist practitioners, they’ll still have plenty much in common. And the most common common denominator if you will will be you, the patient, in dire need of dental or orthodontics treatment. But how does one know? Which way to turn when the pain won’t ever go away? Well, first port of call should always be the general practitioner if you don’t know how. Don’t ask grandma because old wives’ tales have never worked, only done more harm. And don’t you dare go to the local drugstore.

It’s true; they might just have something over the counter to take away the pain but for how long. Just for a while and before you know it, it’s back again. The pain, you see. And even if it did go away for good, the damage would have begun to set in. Orthodontics Corona clinic and lab technicians will see to it. What?! No, they’ll see to it that the tooth decay that started all that pain in the first place is stopped in its tracks.

And never you mind. These folks know what they are doing. Just ask your dentist, your general practitioner. You did go and see him? Oh well. Anyhow. Even if the tooth decay is that bad it must still come out and the best and cleanest and most hygienic and healthiest way to do that is to allow the orthodontist and his team to get on with their work. Even your local dentist will agree that this is a very good idea indeed.

It has to be wondered why so many people have turned their backs on good, solid dental or orthodontics work. Is it the pain? No such thing. Doesn’t happen anymore.