Did you know when you go to the Dentist for your regular dental check up...
Your dentist and hygienist are also screening you for any signs of oral cancer. Every hour of every day, someone dies of oral cancer in the United States and Canada. This serious dental disease which pertains to the mouth, lips or throat is often highly curable if diagnosed and treated in the early stages. Visiting your dentist for regular check ups and avoiding tobacco are the key factors in preventing oral cancer.
"411 information online" Highly reccomends visiting your dentist twice a year to maintain good oral hygine. 
Here are some good tips on finding a good dentist. 
1- Know what is included in your dental benefits. The more information you know about your dental denefits the easier it will be to choose a dentist. You will be automatically able to eliminate certain dentists based on the types of coverages they accept.
2- Ask your family and friends for reccommendations. You will be able to find out the pro's and con's of the dentists in your area. You may also choose to ask co-workers or neighbours as well. Once you have a good idea of where some of the best places to go are, compile a list of all the things you are looking for in a dentist and pick your most matched one.
3- Pick one that works best for your schedule. Some dentists offices may not be available at the most convenient times for you or they may not be located close enough. Some places are closed on the weekends, or some may stay open late to accomodate your schedule. You will want to check all of this information when scheduling a visit.
4- Always meet with the dentist for a consultation before an actual appointment. Make sure to ask any and all questions that you may need answered before signing up for an appointment. Find out which procedures are done in-office and which ones are not. You can also find out how far out they schedule cleanings or regular checkup visit.
5- After an appointment rate the dentists office. Was the office clean? Was it well lit with working equipment? Were the staff professional and friendly? Would you feel comfortable with your kids going there? Are you comfortable enough to ask the dentist any follow up questions?
Here is a link to the Canadian Dental Association for some more tips, and idea's. 

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