You need some medical advice or some procedure done, and would like to know how long before you can get an appointment with the best in the field.
A regularly updated web page listing the best doctors in each field of practice, based on location. For each one, you can see how much you’ll probably need to wait before you could see them. These are based on factual data provided by the practitioners, or if that is not available then based on past experiences reported by patients.
When you decide to go to the doctor, most of the time it means you are worried about something. You become even more anxious when you leave home and arrive at the doctor’s office of your appointment. It might be useful to both patient and doctor to relieve at least some of this anxiety.
You probably had this experience already: you had the appointment with your doctor, he prescribed some treatment, you leave, and you already feel better. You’re still sick, and nothing is “fixed” yet. You might even have to go to some further tests etc., but even your symptoms are not as acute. There is a psychological effect making you feel like this. It might be useful if you had some of this effect happen even before your visit. By calling your doctor, talking for a few minutes, you telling him why you are coming to see him shortly, and him listening and then assuring you in an authoritative way he’ll see you shortly, and you’ll continue from here, might have a similar effect – all before the visit.
To help patients visualize how their teeth look like and where the problems are.
Have a software that takes the X-Ray and renders it in 3D, so the result looks less like a flat black and white photo of your teeth, and more like a color rendition of it. Colors can represent different conditions and facts.
When you look up a professional (a doctor or lawyer) on the web using search it takes a long time to find the references that can be trusted. You might get no references at all or many references and it would take you a long time going through them all to find the relevant quality ones.
Human curated information pages with all the best links about a particular professional you are researching.