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New Dental Plan Makes Dental Care More Affordable for Laura Torrado’s and Dr. Shawn Sadris' Patients
Date:6/25/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 25, 2013

Dr. Laura Torrado has introduced a new dental plan that eliminates the middle man from dental transactions.

Many people neglect routine dental care that is vital to their oral health. Without the most basic preventive dentistry care, patients are more likely to develop oral health problems that require costly dental treatment. So why is it that patients avoid even the most basic dental care, such as dental examinations and cleanings? Many assume that it is due to a fear of the dentist, but what Dr. Laura Torrado has experienced at her practice is that many times financial concerns will keep the patient from making the first appointment.

Many patients have either no dental insurance or insurance coverage that is dictated by a third party insurance entity. Rather than receive the quality dental care and treatment from experienced dentists such as Dr. Torrado, patients often undergo less expensive alternate treatments that are covered by their insurance plan. Insurance companies do not have patients’ best interests in mind, but instead is their profitability that drives coverage and payments; both driven by the financial markets rather than the health and needs of patients.

This practice is unfair to both the patient and the dentist. While patients receive lower quality treatments, dentists are forced to work for lower pay, which often leads to longer working hours, and less time and money for continuing education.

Dr. Torrado decided to come up with a solution to the problem.

Dr. Torrado has introduced a new dental plan, Smile Solutions of Central Park. Created as a way to give patients accessible dental care without having to deal with the “middle man” at insurance companies. This dental plan keeps the dental transaction between the dentist and the patient. There is no longer a need to check what dental treatments are covered by insurance. The patient is a
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