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Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry
Las Vegas, Nevada

Affectionate Dental Care
Henry H. Kim  D.D.S.

5680 W. Flamingo Road Suite A
Las Vegas, NV 89103
Tel: 702.876.3222
Fax: 702.876.4422
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Cosmetic Dentistry & Implant Dentistry
Las Vegas, Nevada
Dr. Henry Kim
Affectionate Dental Care

Excellence in Cosmetic Dentistry



Finding a Dentist in Las Vegas:

To Find a dentist in Las Vegas Nevada, or anywhere, following guideline will help find a right dentist for you.

There could be many reasons why you may be searching for a dentist in Las Vegas . You may have a toothache needing a root canal, need a dental cleaning, Dental Implants, want a teeth whitening (Bleaching) or want a complete smile makeover by Cosmetic dentist  for procedures like Lumineers, Porcelain Veneers, Orthodontics, Invisalign, and tooth color fillings in Las Vegas.



  1. Ask trusted family members, friends and co-workers to recommend a dentist. You can also ask your family doctor to suggest a dentist.
  2. Contact your local or state dental society for a referral. Search the Internet or look under "dentists" or "associations" in the phone book for the dental society nearest you.
  3. Call your nearest dental school clinic.
  4. Consult the American Dental Association's member directory.
  5. Ask your current dentist for a referral if you are moving to a new area.
  6. If you're looking for a specialist such as an orthodontist or periodontist, ask your general dentist to recommend someone.

Things to Look For in Finding a Dentist:

  1. Determine how accessible the dentist is: Is his or her office near your home or job? Is it easy to get the appointment times you need?
  2. Survey the office to make sure it is clean and well-kept. Your dentist and dental assistant  should wear gloves, mask and gown. Ask him or her about instrument sterilization procedures.
  3. Look for pleasant, respectful interactions between dentist and staff.
  4. Consult with the dentist about your dental history and problems, and decide whether you like the way he or she explains preventive measures and treatments. Do you feel comfortable sharing concerns? Are the explanations clear?
  5. Ask about fees, payment and insurance plans. You should discuss these before treatment.
  6. Find out whether your dentist provides a way for you to receive emergency, after-hours care. (Cell Phone Number?)
  7. Ask how long the dentist has been practicing and what sorts of continuing education he or she has pursued to keep up with new developments in dentistry.
  8. Be sure your dentist is a member distinguished dental societies. To name the few 



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