Cheaper Isn't Always Better
It's nice to save a few bucks here and there, but, are cheap services actually just putting you under the foot?
That nice deal on the car you want, that seems a little too good to be true, is probably because it is. More than likely it's going to have hundreds of thousands of miles. It could have had previous accidents. Maybe it needs more maintenance than usual.
Don't you think it's much better to pay slightly more once, opposed to paying a price multiple times? The same idea applies with our own health services. Dentistry is a professional service for the care of our bodies and health.
"Anywhere from 60% to 80% of what a patient pays goes toward the expense of running a modern dental practice. Dentists pay for rent or mortgage payments on their office space, payroll for hygienists, office managers and receptionists, health insurance, taxes, supplies, business insurance and technology -- just to name a few." Says Sarah Butler, author from cbsnews.com.
With time, you'll start to realize that price difference means little when it comes to your health. Pay a little extra to get that high quality crown molded specifically just for you. Pay a little more for a cleaning that is going to benefit your oral health greatly.
A very underrated quote that service buyers would benefit from if paid more attention to: "buy cheap, buy twice."