The American Dental Association (ADA) guidelines recommend visiting a dentist at least twice a year for a check-up and professional cleaning. Our office also recommends a minimum of two visits per year.
One of our team members will compile your medical and dental history during your first visit. We will then examine your teeth and gums, screen you for oral cancer, make X-rays of your teeth as needed and complete a TMJ (temporomandibular or jaw joint) exam. After we review your dental profile, we will discuss a diagnosis with you. If treatment such as a root canal (endodontics), braces (orthodontics) or oral surgery is needed, we will plan to treat you in our office or refer you to a specialist. We will discuss your options for treatment, provide an estimate and help you determine the best plan to fit your needs.
During regular follow-up visits, we will examine your teeth and gums, screen you for oral cancer, clean your teeth and make plans for treatment, as needed. We will discuss any pain or problems you may be experiencing and answer any questions you may have.
Painless dentistry is a means of ensuring your total experience in our office is as stress-free and pain-free as possible. We will discuss treatment options that may require no local anesthetic and whenever possible, alleviate pain by the means most comfortable to you.
Please call our office as soon as you are able. We will make every effort to work you in to our schedule as soon as possible. After hours, over the weekend and during holidays, please call our office for the doctor’s emergency contact number.
Yes. We accept many types of dental insurance and will process your claim for you upon receipt of your co-payment. We offer a low interest rate payment plan and also accept most major credit cards.
YES! While previous fillings and dental work do not change color, we have the solution to whiten and invigorate dull and discolored teeth to their natural beauty
We have many different procedures that can help these problems. Adult Orthodontics (Invisalign) can be a great tool to close gaps, straighten crooked teeth, and balance your bite to prevent future chipping and wear of teeth. Porcelain Crowns and Veneers are durable and esthetic materials to restore your Smile. Composite bonding is another solution for smaller, immediate replacement of broken tooth. Ask your doctor how these options separate or together can help.