What insurance do you accept?
We accept most insurance plans. Please give us a call to see if yours is accepted.
Will you file my insurance?
Yes, our office staff will file the insurance forms for you.
What should I expect in my first visit?
Our team believes in saving our patients time. For that reason, we’ll make sure to e-mail all our first time patients our “New Patient Forms” documents in PDF format for you to conveniently fill out electronically at home. Afterwards, just e-mail them back to us. This saves you the trouble of having to fill out paperwork at the office. If you can’t complete the PDF versions of the forms, then of course you can fill them out in the office.You will also receive a comprehensive oral evaluation that consists of digital x-rays, intra and extra oral exam, a proper treatment plan with explanation and a basic cleaning.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, checks, all major credit cards.
Do you offer any financing?
We offer 2 types of third party financing as offered through Care Credit & Springstone. Please inquire about the programs we offer.
Why would I need a deep cleaning?
Patients that show signs of plaque under the gums and/or present swollen bleeding gums will need a deep cleaning to correct this problem. Otherwise, the plaque buildup will eat away at the tooth and the bone, resulting in bone loss which can lead to more serious oral health problems.
How often do I need to come in for a visit?
Your frequency of visits will depend upon the your specific treatment plan. Please make sure to inquire about your next scheduled check up.
What is Dental Implantology?
Dental implants are an advanced medical technology for the treatment of tooth loss.  A titanium implant is implanted in the toothless area of the jawbone. The jawbone then fuses with the titanium surface providing a strong anchorage for the implant.  The implant functions as a support for the dental prosthesis constructed over it.
What are the Benefits of Dental Implants?
1. Can be used on cases that conventional methods of dental bridges and dentures are not feasible.
2. Prevents further resorption of the jawbone following tooth loss.
3. Can restore chewing function.
4. Avoids cutting down and overloading the natural teeth occurring with conventional means of replacing a lost tooth.
5. Helps restore a patient’s self-esteem and confidence since it gives the feeling of regaining your real teeth.
6. Functions better than conventional dental bridges and dentures.
7. Gives superior aesthetic results.
Why is Bone Grafting sometimes needed when placing Dental Implants?
When teeth are lost the jawbone in that area begins to restructure itself – leading to bone loss.  As time passes, this bone loss can become detrimental, leaving an insufficient amount of bone to install the implants. Through various bone grafting techniques, bone can be added to these deficient areas, resulting in a regeneration of the bone which was lost.