According to the American Dental Association, all patients should attend preventive dental checkups at least two times each year. These six month appointments give our team the opportunity to examine patients’ smiles to prevent common oral health conditions and diagnose others in their earliest stages.
Patients who’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea but find themselves unable to adjust to CPAP therapy, do not achieve adequate relief with CPAP alone, and those who travel frequently making CPAP therapy less-than-ideal, oral appliance therapy from the dentist may be preferred.
Periodontal, gum, disease is the irritation or infection of soft tissue that occurs when plaque and tartar build up at the gum line. We offer a number of treatments to renew oral health following periodontal disease.
Absolutely. We’re happy to offer same day emergency dentistry appointments for patients of record whenever possible, and we walk patients through first aid over the phone to keep them safe until they arrive at our office.
The only way to know for sure if you need a root canal is to visit our office, but there are a number of warning signs patients should be aware of. Contact us if you experience any of these indicators including severe toothache, sensitivity to changes in temperature, darkening of a single tooth, and infection in the gums around an individual tooth.
We are happy to process and file claims for most major dental insurance providers, and our knowledgeable dentistry team will do their utmost to answer your policy and coverage questions.
We are happy to work with CareCredit to offer third party financing options, and for those patients who do not have private insurance, we offer an in-office dental savings plan.