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Dental FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

We work with nearly all insurance plans to make sure you get the maximum benefit possible. As an extra service, we will file all your insurance paperwork for you as well.

Almost anyone can afford to have the smile of his or her dreams. We offer a number of financing and discount options – you may pay us for your entire treatment up front and receive a generous pre-pay discount; use your Visa or Master Card and make the payments to your bank; or use our convenient, third-party financing, CareCredit that allows you to spread the cost of your dental work out over time – up to five years. Talk to us about which choice is your best option.

Most of our procedures can be completed in one to three visits. It really is that simple. Our team works efficiently to make sure you spend as little time in the office as possible. This really is dentistry for busy people!

Even our most complex restorations and treatments, such as complete smile makeovers can usually be completed in three visits or less – that means you will have your dazzling and healthy smile in less than a month!

Dentistry has never been such a pleasant experience. That’s because we practice dentistry the way we would like it to be practiced on us – with patience, technological comforts and the soothing aid of sedation.

We use lasers and other advanced technology to treat you without pain and speed healing time. And our innovative sedation techniques let even the most fearful patients complete multiple treatments in one single visit.

We take dentistry to the next level, making every smile we create our own unique work of art. How? Using the principles of design and proportion, we take into consideration everything about your appearance that makes you who you are. We then take a series of precise measurements to allow us to understand your facial structure even better. This ensures that every restoration and enhancement fits you just the way nature intended it to.

We also use the most natural-looking materials for every restoration and cosmetic treatment, materials that are crafted by artisans to mimic nature and shine with health.

Cosmetic dentistry is not taught in dental school, so dentists need to take extensive continuing education to learn the advanced techniques and technology necessary for a natural, lasting result. And like all aspects of medicine, cosmetic dentistry is continually changing and improving. It’s important to work with a dentist who has made education in cosmetic dentistry a lifelong pursuit of excellence. Experience counts, so ask your doctor about previous cases. It is also a good idea to ask to see a wide range of before and after photos of the doctor’s own cosmetic patients. Be sure you feel comfortable in the office and with the doctor, and also make sure the doctor will take plenty of time to discuss all aspects of your treatment with you.

When you have found education, skill, comfort and an atmosphere you enjoy, you have found the right dentist.

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