Frequently Asked Questions
I don’t have health insurance. Do you have financing available?
We have several financing options available. We offer a variety of options to ensure our patients get the work they need at a price they can afford. Call us today to learn more.
I've heard dental implants are a better solution than dentures. Is that true?
Dental implants provide a more durable and secure option to traditional dentures. Dental implants can also help reduce the risk of further gum damage and can improve the health of the surrounding teeth. There are many benefits of dental implants.
We offer single, multiple, and complete dental implants. Our implants use the latest in dental technology to attach the prosthetics to your jawbone. Schedule your free consultation today and learn more about what options are best for you and your health.
Are dental implants a good choice for everyone?
Dental implants are not always the best choice for an individual. The health of the individual and presence of certain conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and other conditions can all be reasons why dental implants are not a good option. To find out if dental implants are a viable option for you, call us today and schedule your free consultation.
Do you offer special care for kids?
Yes we do! We understand that going to the dentist can be scary for your little ones. We take extra special care of our pediatric patients to make sure their visit to the dentist is comfortable.
Who should consider orthodontic treatment?
Anyone at any age (who has their "grown-up" teeth) can consider using orthodontics to help with any of the following conditions:
- Crossbite: One or more teeth are either closer to the cheek or to the tongue than are their corresponding teeth above or below them.
- Underbite/overbite: Lower jaw is longer than the upper jaw, or vice versa.
- Crowding: Extra, or too many, teeth are in mouth.
- Missing teeth: Teeth that did not grow in or are missing due to injury.
- Spacing problems: Irregular spacing between teeth or large gaps between just a few teeth.
A consultation with one of our specialists will determine whether your smile and oral health can benefit from orthodontic treatment and, if so, which type might be best for you.