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This Is Not a Drill - Caring for Your Oral Health with Category of One Dentistry - cover

This Is Not a Drill - Caring for Your Oral Health with Category of One Dentistry

Scott Nagy

Publisher: Advantage Media Group

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Dentistry from the HeartVisiting the dentist has historically been a chore, a dreaded task, a necessary nuisance. Sometimes dental horror stories are even traded like baseball cards—but it doesn’t have to be that way. Your dental health is vital to not only your personal wellness but your overall well-being. For something so important, your experience should be one you look forward to and anticipate. You deserve a dental practice that exists in a category apart from all the rest—a “category of one.” Dr. Scott Nagy has created a patient-centric approach to dental care that puts you first, always.In This Is Not a Drill: Caring for Your Oral Health with Category of One Dentistry, you’ll discover what sets Nagy Family Dental Group apart and how they have created a unique environment focused on a comfortable, relaxed experience. You will also learn how to best care for your smile at every stage of your life, using it as leverage to Improve your overall health Increase your self-confidence Reduce your risk of disease Unlock your full potential
Available since: 01/31/2023.
Print length: 132 pages.

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