WELCOME TO SMYLEN HQ

Hello there!  Glad you could make it.

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In this here blog, we will explore and (hopefully) answer the questions that every patient faces in the dental office from beginning to end.  We will start simply with a dental check-up and work through to the more complicated issues that arise as teeth become damaged, lost, and need replacing.  We noticed there is very little (clear and concise) information that exists on these topics online and hopefully this will be helpful for the many people dealing with this stuff.  I mean you all got teeth right?

If there are any topics you would like us to explore here, please leave a comment.

If you have any questions about anything discussed here, please leave a comment.  

If you disagree with everything I’m saying and want to set the record straight, please leave a comment.

And of course, a quick disclaimer: PLEASE DISCUSS ANYTHING YOU READ HERE WITH YOUR DENTIST BEFORE MAKING ANY DECISIONS!  EVERYONE’S CIRCUMSTANCES ARE DIFFERENT!

See you next week for the inaugural post… THE CHECKUP!  I know you can barely maintain your excitement but you will have to wait!  

In the meantime, Keep Smiling 🙂

Derek

Are you one of the 250 million Americans struggling with high dental costs?  Give Smylen a try.  A first-of-its-kind platform, Smylen allows you – the patient – to Name Your Fee for various dental procedures, and matches you with a local dentist who accepts that fee.  Save thousands of dollars in just a few clicks at Smylen.

Author: smylenhq

Spend less, smile more. Name Your Fee® for top quality dental care at www.Smylen.com.

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