We have collected some of your most asked dental questions and done our best at answering them. If you don’t see your question here, try typing it in into the search bar or calling one of our offices.
Every case would be different so it’s best to get the professional opinion of a Cosmetic Dentist. Some options include, a small procedure if it’s just one tooth or veneers and dental crowns if you’d like a full smile makeover.
It depends on the individual, each case will be different. Learn more about their differences.
Prices will vary depending on the complexity of the case. Please call the office number listed above for more information, we’re more than happy to help.
Prices will vary depending on the complexity of the case. Braces will typically cost more as they tend to have a longer treatment time and require frequent visits to the dental office for adjustments. Reveal® Clear Aligners are an affordable option. We have treatment plans that start at $96 a month and $0 down, 0% interest. Please call the office number for more information, we’re more than happy to help.
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Yes you can! You can fill them out before your appointment. Visit our What to Expect page where you can download the forms and fill them out ahead of time.
Please review our dedicated COVID-19 page to learn more about how we are protecting and servicing our patients during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Yes we do! At the moment the payment portal only works for a patient’s that received a statement. If you do not have a statement, and you would like to inquire about your bill and/or the amount due, please feel free to do any of the following.
We will do our best to try to fit you in, please make an appointment if possible.
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There are multiple ways for you to pay your bill. If you would like to speak to someone please call 1-888-364-8522, tap Option 2 to connect with a patient account representative. They can help you process a onetime payment over the phone, set up reoccurring payment arrangements, and process Care Credit payments. The other option is to use the online payment portal. Note this only applies to patients that received a statement.
Yes we do, we have them in English and Spanish, feel free to fill them out ahead of time.
There are multiple ways for you to inquire about your amount due. Please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com or reach out to your local dental office. If you would like to speak to someone please call 1-888-364-8522, tap Option 2 to connect with a patient account representative. Feel free to contact us regarding your bill.
No worries! Just make an appointment it’s that easy. If you have insurance please bring your insurance card with you. You’ll have an exam and x-rays and most often a teeth cleaning. If any additional treatment is needed we can schedule a future appointment or if everyone’s schedule permits may be able to start treatment the same day.
You can bring your child in for a checkup as soon as they have teeth!
Yes we do, we offer $59 New Patient Exam & X-Rays* see disclaimer on coupon. Check out the Financing page to get a printable coupon.
We accept most PPO and HMO insurances, call the office or visit our website to confirm that we accept your specific insurance.
Yes we do! Our OneSmile Dental Plan helps you save up to 20% – 40% off all dental services including, Cosmetic and Specialty such as periodontics, oral surgery, endodontics, orthodontics and pedodontics.
It depends on your insurance and the type of coverage that you have. Typically most dental insurances will cover the fee of a dental cleaning every six months. Please call the office to receive more specifics.
For the most part we try to accept State Insurance. Once you select your office location you’ll be able to see the insurance that is accepted. But if you’d rather, you can always give us a call to confirm.
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