Whether it’s about our services, dental insurance, or even your own oral hygiene practices, we’re always happy to help you find the answers to your dental questions. If you can’t find the information you’re looking for listed below, chances are we’ll still be able to help you if you call our dental office.
According to the American Dental Association, people of all ages need at least one checkup and cleaning every six months to have plaque and tartar removed. These regular visits make us more likely to catch small dental issues before any real damage is done. We’ll let you know if more frequent visits might be required.
Yes, we are able to help children who require special consideration as a result of certain conditions, be they physical, medical, or cognitive. You can be sure that your little one will be treated with both compassion and true expertise whenever they visit.
Yes, we have multiple options for replacing missing teeth. Traditional dental bridges are available, but we are also able to place and restore implants entirely in-house. Our recommendations will be based on how healthy your mouth is and how many teeth need to be replaced.
If you would describe your tooth pain as severe, or if it doesn’t go away after a couple of days, it may be a warning sign of infected dental pulp. It’s recommended that you schedule an emergency appointment immediately so that root canal therapy or an extraction can be performed as needed.
You don’t always need braces for crooked or unevenly spaced teeth. Sometimes Invisalign can be used to correct the alignment of the smile for health or cosmetic purposes. If you’ve been thinking of getting orthodontic treatment but don’t want to give up your favorite foods or brush around metal brackets for the next two or three years, call us for an Invisalign consultation.
If your gums bleed whenever you brush or floss your teeth, or if you’ve noticed that they’ve become red and swollen, then you likely have gum disease. Bad breath, loose teeth, and the formation of an abscess also point to this condition. However, gum disease often develops silently, so the symptoms might not even appear until the damage has already been done.
All major dental PPOs are accepted at our dental office, and we are in-network with several providers. Call us today to confirm that we accept your plan.