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4 Reasons to Select an AACD Dentist for Cosmetic Dentistry

18th October 2019, 10:15am EST

Cosmetic dentistry can do so much for your smile, health and your confidence. But before you have any kind of work done on your teeth, it’s important to find the right dental provider.

By choosing a cosmetic dentist who is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), you can be sure that your dental work will be performed by a true professional.

Here are 4 reasons why:

Extensive training and education

Simply put, AACD dentists know more about cosmetic dentistry than anyone else. They are experts in their field, receiving constant training through the AACD, including workshops, lectures, conferences and publications. That experience translates into better, safer and more effective dental work for you.

Up to date on the latest trends and products

Imagine visiting a dentist who uses tools that are old, outdated and less effective than the newest technology available today. When you don’t choose an AACD dentist, that’s always possible. Members of the AACD are constantly informed of the latest trends and products to make their procedures easier, quicker, safer and better – for both the dentist and the patient.

Highest standards of excellence

The AACD was formed to set the bar for those who practice cosmetic dentistry. By becoming members, AACD dentists demonstrate their commitment to the highest standards of ethical conduct and patient care and a vow to practice responsible esthetics – which means that no procedure will ever be recommended to you unless it contributes to your overall general and oral health.

Proven skill and competency

Accredited AACD members are arguably among the best cosmetic dentists in the world – and they have the skills and track record to prove it. While not all AACD dentists are accredited, this elite group has met stringent requirements, including demonstrating an exceptionally high level of proficiency in cosmetic dentistry, being dedicated to continuing education and passing a rigorous testing process.

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