Norman D. Peets is a well respected dentist serving patients in the Gainesville, Georgia area. We offer comprehensive dental services including veneers, teeth whitening, dental implants and other cosmetic dentistry services. As our testimonials show, we have earned the community's trust with our years of dedicated service. We take pride in practicing sedation dentistry, which helps to alleviate nervousness and ensures your comfort while receiving treatment.
Call the office of Norman D. Peets at (470) 201-5115 for quality dental services.
Our dentist provides personal dental services in a warm and welcoming environment. We are able to service patients with limited time because sedation dentistry enables us to do more treatment during one appointment. Our staff will help you achieve healthy teeth that will make you smile with pride. Call us at (470) 201-5115 today to schedule an appointment. Norman D. Peets: We treat people, not just teeth.
Gainesville, Oakwood, Flowery Branch, Dahlonega and Cleveland
How should I look for a good dentist?
Ask your local dental society or state dental board. Consult with friends and co-workers and seek out personal recommendations. Interview your prospective dentist at his/her office and ask questions, as well as let him/her know your concerns. Inquire about their credentials and membership in organized dentistry through organizations such as the Academy of General Dentistry, which helps general dentists keep up to date. Ask about their commitment to continuing education. It is vital to feel comfortable and to trust your dentist.
I am afraid to go to the dentist, but I know I should. What can I do?
Don't put it off. The first step is a phone call. Talk with the dentist about your fears. Developing a relationship with your dentist also involves you in the treatment plan. Dentists can tell you about options that will help you control and decide your own treatment. They can also talk with you about techniques that can help you relax and make you feel more comfortable during your visit.
What is fee-for-service dentist?
A fee-for-service dentist is directly paid by the patient for the services provided. This payment is based on the dentist's ability to provide them. Neither the fees, the treatment option nor the time the dentist can spend with you is controlled by anyone else or by an insurance group, company, or a third party.
What is a HMO or PPO dentist?
A HMO/PPO insurance company sets a cap on the fees that can be charged for procedures. When a dentist joins a HMO/PPO group, he/she agrees to abide by these restrictions, which enables the company and the patient to know the predetermined costs. Because fees are controlled, it is possible that a participating dentist may need to control your treatment options, the materials used and the time that can be spent with you during treatment.
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