Dentists. Do they have a knack for causing people pain?

The short answer is no, generally dentists do not have a knack for causing people pain. Most of them are wonderful people, caring medical professionals, and interested in providing great dental care. So is there any need to ask around to find a good dentist, or should you just show up at the nearest dental practice and open wide?

Well, as most people would probably agree, it’s not quite so straightforward. There are many reasons people want personal recommendations for dentists, along with many other types of local service professionals. In fact, it turns out requests for dentist recommendations are one of the most popular questions on Facebook.

Here is what people are afraid of:

Okay, perhaps that video is a bit exaggerated, although when I think back to my first dentist in Seattle, I’m not so sure. In any case, you might think most people would already have a dentist, but there are a lot of reasons people need good quality dentist recommendations. Whether it’s because of a move to a new city or neighborhood, dissatisfaction with current provider, or price/cost/convenience, people are constantly looking for great dentist recommendations.

And the good news is, as you’ve probably guessed, that we have you covered. There are thousands of dentists already recommended on WhoDoYou. Just surf on over to www.whodoyou.com and do a search in your area. You’ll be amazed at how many high quality, totally authentic opinions have already been shared between friends and neighbors.

So take a look today, and as always, we love to hear from you. Any thoughts, comments or questions, please leave a comment below, or send a note to feedback@whodoyou.com.

Thanks!

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