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How Important Is It That We Answer These Questions?

It’s important to us that if you have questions, we want you to have answers. We realize that we won’t be able to answer all of the dental questions that everyone has but we will answer the ones that are most frequently asked. Here are our FAQs. If you have a question that you don’t see on this page, give us a call or send us a message. 

Are You Taking New Patients?

Yes! We always welcome new patients to our office. As a matter of fact, we are excited to have you. It is out goal to have you come to our office, feel comfortable with our team and then have you become a patient for life.

How Much Will It Cost Me?

No two patients are the same. Depending on dental needs and insurance, the answer will vary and hard to answer without knowing your needs and dental coverage. We invite you to call our office and speak with billing. They will be able to give you an estimate.

Do You Offer Financing?

We believe that finances should never get in the way of good dental health. We pride ourselves on offering affordable dentistry for all. However, we do offer CareCredit® which is a healthcare credit card that is specifically designed to cover your needs not covered by insurance. It is subject to credit approval. To apply, simply click the link below.

What Insurances Do You Take?

We accept most major insurance plans. We have an on-staff insurance specialist that can answer all your questions based on your specific coverage. If you would like a list of the insurance companies we work with the most, there is a link below.

At What Age Should I Bring My Child To See You?

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that children first see a dentist as early as six months of age and no later than one year of age. During this simple first visit, we will examine the health of those first few baby teeth that are erupting and help get the child comfortable with going to the dentist. A dental checkup should be scheduled every six months following the first appointment.

How Do I Know I'm Choosing The Right Dentist?

Choosing a dentist that is qualified and one that you and your family feel comfortable with is very important. During your initial visit, ask yourself the following questions to help you determine if the dentist is the right one for you:

Was the appointment convenient to schedule and get to?
Is the office environment clean and does it feel welcoming?
Was your medical and dental history recorded and placed in a permanent file?
Does the dentist or hygienist explain procedures and educate you on proper dental care?
Is information about cost and payment options disclosed to you upfront?
Is the dentist a member of the ADA (American Dental Association)?

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