Convenient location

Searching for a dentist in a convenient location? Get your search started with the izzo® Find a Dentist tool. We understand all the twists and turns life can take, but despite new jobs, new commutes and other changes, your dental care shouldn't take a back seat. That's why we developed the izzo 4-in-1 Oral Care System designed to help control plaque and bacteria, remove tartar deposits from between your teeth and polish the enamel to reduce the appearance of surface stains. The result is a whiter, brighter and healthier smile.

However, no at-home system can replace professional dental care. It's still advisable to see a dentist every six months for a professional cleaning and assessment. Your dentist can check for oral cancer and other growths, take X-rays, address issues like cavities and gum disease and discuss your cosmetic options. Seeing a dentist who's based in a convenient location in relation to your home or workplace can simplify your oral care routine.

If you're searching for a new dentist, here's how you can get started.

Browse By City, Town or Zip Code

Using izzo's Find a Dentist tool, you'll want to think about location. This can be your home, where you work or the towns you pass through during your commute. In terms of convenience, you'll also want to factor in hours - where you'll be and when.
In considering these parameters:

  • Search by city, town or zip code to get a thorough picture of all dentists nearby.
  • Get to know each dentist. We include their location and phone number, as well as their website and rating based on reviews, if available.
  • We indicate whether a dentist recommends the izzo oral care system.

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Refine Your Search

From here, assess each dentist based on the following:

  • Operating hours: This indicates when you'll be able to schedule an appointment, including before or after work hours and potentially during the weekend, if needed.
  • Emergency hours: Does the dentist offer afterhours or emergency care - for instance, if you lose a tooth, a crown falls out or an abscess is causing you pain? Determine if this service is available, and how you'll be able to access it.
  • Insurance: Determine if the office takes your dental insurance, and if all practitioners are within your network. Should you be without sufficient dental insurance, see if a provider or clinic takes patients with limited-to-no coverage and their rates and payment options. For higher-dollar restorative procedures, learn more about quotes, estimates and payment plans.
  • Reviews: What do patients have to say? Research reviews online, and reach out to your social network, including friends, family and coworkers.
  • Additional considerations: Make sure the office has the expertise for specific dental conditions. Also look into the office's communication practices, including how you'll be notified of appointments and policies for canceling. If you have a disability, learn more about their facilities and related accommodations.