Frequently Asked Questions
We are your partner in dental health. Should you ever have a question about an upcoming treatment, current treatment plan or billing please contact our team.
Mon - Tues 9:00 – 6:00
Wed - Thur By Appointments
Friday 9:00 – 6:00
Saturday 9:00 – 5:00
Q: I'm afraid of the Dentist!
All our team is very friendly and we spent a lot of time educating our patients about the procedure so they would feel more comfortable. We also offer oral sedation or NITROUS OXIDE to help relax our patients.
Q: I need an Evening or weekend appointment. Do you offer that?
We are open on Fridays from 9 am to 6 pm and Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm. Walk-ins and dental emergencies are welcome. We will do our best to accommodate and offer you a same-day treatment!
Q: Do you offer payment plans?
We accept most of the major PPO insurances. If you don’t have dental insurance, don’t worry! We have payment plans available and can be customized to meet your needs! Talk to our team today to get started!
Q: Do I have to get an X-ray? Is it safe?
Medical and dental experts study the use of X-rays and set limits for their safety. We only recommend an X-ray when it’s medically necessary. It’s common to get an X-ray during a first exam after not seeing a dentist for a while. This is important because it helps us to check tooth and gum health.
Q: Why should I use dental products that contain fluoride?
Fluoride is beneficial when it comes to making your teeth strong and it can prevent decay. We recommend kids use fluoride toothpaste for brushing ( do not to swallow ). Adults can also benefit from using fluoride to promote dental health.
Q: What are sealants? And what do they do?
Dental sealants prevent cavities that can form in tiny holes and cracks on the outside of our teeth. Our dentists or dental assistants can put sealants on in an office visit, and it’s painless. They last around 2-4 years.
Q: Are regular dental exams really necessary?
The simple answer is YES! Regular exams help spot dental problems early to prevent the problem from getting worse and requiring much more costly treatments later. We recommend you get an exam every six months, or more often if your dentist recommends it.
Same Day Appointments
Emergency & Walk-ins Welcome
Open on Fridays & Saturdays
Accept Major PPO Insurances
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Weekend and Same Day Appointments are Available.