Let's face it, in anything you are looking to do, or learn, the first thing you are going to do is look for the expert in that field, right? Well, the same holds true for cosmetic dentistry. In this case, we're talking about Invisalign treatment; and how that treatment is performed depends largely on how good the dentist is.
What most people do is shop for their expert based on price, which if you think about it, is probably the craziest thing you can do. The reality is the vast majority of people need to be educated on value versus price. If one dentist is getting 5 star rating across the board from service, to the ambiance of their visiting room, and another has a few reviews, barely a 3 star rating, and always has opening in their schedule for you to come in - which would you choose? Even better question - would you mind paying more to have the experience the 5 star dentist can give you?
If you look at the stats, the proof is in the pudding. Most people have no problem paying a little more to get the best; and why should that be any different with your teeth. In face, it would probably make the most sense in the world to be extra careful about who is handling your teeth, correct? So the question remains, which Invisalign expert in Queens should you go with?
The first thing you want to look at is their online reputation. Sure there are some unscrupulous dentists out there that are cheating, and having their reputation built by online marketing companies; but the few that are doing that have the money to pay those companies. If they have the money, that means they're doing okay. If they're making money, that means they're doing something right in the first place. What's sad is that they would probably still have a great online reputation if they just built it organically like most other dentists do.
What you're going to find, most of the time, when you search online, are the five stars that pop up when you look up a term like "Invisalign Expert Queens NY." What you want to look for are the number of reviews a practice has - not just the rating they have. It's nice to have a 5 star rating, but it doesn't hold too much weight if that 5 stars is based on three reviews, get it? However, a practice with at least ten reviews, and is still able to maintain a 4 star rating is one you definitely want to look into.
Your teeth are super value. You only get two sets, and the first set drop out when you're a kid, so you only have one left. Look for someone who's going to give you the best experience for the best value. Shouldn't be that hard to find, you just need to know how to look.