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Frequently Asked Questions 

  • Do you take my insurance?
    We take all major PPO insurances as an in-netowrk provider. We do not participate in any HMO dental insurances. If you have additional questions about specific insurances, call our office.
  • What if I do not have insurance?
    We accept all major credit cards, checks, or cash as forms of payment. We also offer financing through various lenders. We can also consult with you in regards with financing to offer the best options for your specific needs.
  • I am terrified of the dentist. What can I do to calm my nerves?
    We are an office that truly believes in making our patients feel fully comfortable with their treatments at the time of their appointments. No procedures will be done until you are completely at ease.
  • What do I need to bring to my appointment?
    We reccommend you bring your dental insurance information and a valid form of ID. If you are a new patient, please try to request your dental records to be sent to our office, this helps tremendously. Make sure you arrive 10-15 minutes early for your first appointment to fill out necessary paperwork which is also available online for your convenience.
  • Do you offer same-day appointments?
    Yes, we never want our patients to be in pain; depending on your situation, we will try the best we can to accomodate to your needs.
  • What is cosmetic dentistry?
    Cosmetics are enhancements to your smile. Some of our services are: Veneers Whitening Straightening and alignement and more Check out our services page to see more information about cosmetics.
  • Is your office bilingual?
    Yes! We are an office fluent in English and Spanish! Si! Hablamos Espanol en la oficina.
  • What are your office hours?
    Our hours are: Mon: 8:30am-5:30pm Tue: 8:30am-8:00pm Wed: 8:30am-1:30pm Th: 8:30am-5:00pm Fri: 8:30am-5:30pm
  • How often should I visit the dentist?
    We recommend you see your dental provider every 6 months.
  • How often should I brush and floss my teeth?
    You should brush twice a day, morning and night, for about 2 minutes. You should floss at least once a day. This helps prevent cavities and gum disease.
  • There are so many tooth brushes out there. How do I know which one to buy?
    We recommend a soft bristle brush or an electric toothbrush which is preferred over manual brushes by most dentists. A medium or hard-bristle brush can cause more harm than good.
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