We work with and accept most dental insurance plans. Prior to your visit we can determine estimated coverage and co-pays. Please contact our office with any questions.
In general the cost of dental treatment is determined by your dental insurance, if you have it, If you don’t have dental insurance we have affordable options and financing including an in house subscription plan for discounted rates. You out of pocket costs are determined by first understanding your dental insurance, your deductible and the percent at which a specific procedure is covered.
We offer convenient ways to finance and pay for your dental treatment. We accept all major credit cards as well as check and cash as form of payment. We offer Care Credit and Proceed Finance as an form of extended payments.
Simply call the office or schedule here online. We are happy at anytime to assist you if you have any questions.
Prior to your first appointment your paperwork will be sent to you digitally via email or text. You can complete these forms at your convenience. If completed please show up to your appointment 5 minutes prior to your given time. If you are unable to complete these documents prior, please show up 15 minutes prior to allow time to complete all necessary paperwork before being seen.
In general your first appointment will take approximately one and a half hours. During this time we collect all necessary information in order to develop a treatment plan. A clear path to your dental health is our goal. During this time most patients will also receive a dental cleaning. Some patients may require deeper cleanings that might need to happen at a subsequent appointment.
Please contact us. We are constantly creating new times in order to accommodate new patients and those patients in pain or other emergency circumstances.
White teeth are desirable by most. We have several options that we can present to you. Viable options depend on the health of your gums and dental work that you may currently have in your mouth. Common whitening techniques include bleaching, veneers and all porcelain crowns.
Anxiety is a common occurrence in the dental office. We have several techniques to help you relax including nitrous oxide and oral sedation.
There are many reasons why some patients always seem to have cavities. While its our goal to help prevent you from getting cavities, it can sometime be more difficult than expected. Dental decay is a multifactorial condition that is brought on by sugar consumption, genetics, homecare habits, tooth position and shape, dexterity, habits, etc.
Tooth sensitivity is usually caused by root exposure due to receding gums. Often times cold liquid or air can creep up on exposed root surfaces and cause sharp stinging pain. Root surfaces do not have protective enamel on them and are therefore exposed to temperatures.
Halitosis or bad breath is a condition that affects peoples confidence and self awareness. The cause of bad breath can be centered in multiple places in the mouth or esophagus. Common sources of bad breath include periodontal disease, rotten teeth, trapped food, acid reflux and debris on tongues or tonsils.