If it’s been a long time since you’ve visited the dentist or you simply have a question about the services and expertise we offer, we’d be more than happy to help. We’ve gotten many questions over the years and want to do everything we can to keep you informed, which is why we’ve included a brief FAQ below for your convenience!
Yes! As a family dental office, we make it a priority to not only see patients of all ages but provide services that we know will benefit everyone. Whether you are 8 years old or 80, we want to make your next dental visit feel incredibly comfortable and accommodating.
We can replace teeth with high-quality, durable and natural-looking dental bridges and dentures. Both of these options provide a long-term solution for tooth loss and prevent neighboring teeth from shifting out of place. We’ll make sure that your next tooth replacement meets your standards.
We recommend that you visit our dental office at least once every six months for a checkup and cleaning. This ensures that you catch underlying dental issues before they appear as well as remove harmful plaque and tartar from hard-to-reach areas of the mouth. Children should have their first dental appointment by their first birthday or within six months of their initial baby tooth erupting.
We offer many solutions to restore damaged teeth. With tooth-colored fillings, you can maintain your smile’s appearance without the use of metal materials. Furthermore, dental crowns can easily save teeth and root canal therapy can prevent the need for an extraction later.
Yes, we do! We understand that children require a special level of care when it comes to dentistry. We want to make the dental office a welcoming environment for patients of all ages, and there’s no exception for young patients. Our Board-Certified pediatric dentist is an expert in gentle, yet comprehensive care for your child or teenager.
If you’re feeling anxious about your future appointment, that’s okay! Many people avoid going to the dentist because of a negative past experience or simply because they weren’t exposed to it at a young age. With that said, we offer both nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation should you need additional help completing your dental treatments. These options are also ideal for those who need a considerable about of dental work completed. Even young patients can benefit from sedation!
If you have gingivitis, we will likely perform a detailed cleaning and recommend tips to improve your at-home oral care. However, if your gum disease is more advanced, we offer scaling and root planing as well as periodontal maintenance to keep gum disease at bay. It’s recommended that you keep up with routine cleanings once every three to four months to keep it under control.