Here Are Just A Few
- Do you offer financing?
- Do you see children?
- Does your office take my insurance?
- What is gum disease?
- How often should I change my toothbrush?
- What is a dental implant?
- What are porcelain veneers?
- What is a periodontist?
- What is an oral surgeon?
» Yes. We partner with a company called Care Credit. They have many options for paying out over time for treatment provided today.
» Absolutely, we love having kiddos in the office. They brighten our day and most of 'em actually enjoy coming in.
» We are in network with several insurance providers. We can file it for you or you can submit the claim, it's your option!
» Periodontal disease is mainly caused by bacteria from plaque (a soft, sticky, colorless deposit that is continually forming on our teeth and gums) and tartar (hardened calcified form of plaque) buildup. This can also be caused by smoking, grinding your teeth, certain medications, and genetics. Gum disease or Gingivitis can be linked to stroke, heart disease, and other serious health issues. Bleeding gums is a sure sign of a problem, please do not ignore this condition.
» Adults and children should change out their toothbrush every 3 months due to wear and diminished effectiveness. If you have gum disease you should get a new toothbrush every 4-6 weeks. It is also a good idea to get a new one after you have recovered from an illness.
» A metal "post" is surgically placed into the jawbone where the tooth is missing. This post acts as the anchor for a new crown, bridge, or denture.
» A veneer is a thin shell made out of high quality ceramic that are custom made and cemented to the front surface of the tooth. Veneers have the look of natural tooth enamel but do not stain easily.
» A periodontist is a specialist who has completed at least 3 years of specialty training in diagnosing, preventing, and treating gum disease.
» An oral surgeon has completed at least 4 years of a surgical hospital residency. They treat and diagnose defects, injuries, and diseases of the mouth, jaw, teeth, neck and gums.