Common Questions

How often should I visit the dentist?

We recommend that patients plan on visiting the dentist for a general exam and check up every six months. It is sometimes necessary to schedule more frequent appointment for patients who might suffer from advanced decay, poor oral hygiene habits, and complex dental conditions. At your routine exam, we will form a treatment plan with each patient to ensure that optimal oral health is prioritized, and ultimately, achieved.

What do you recommend for daily care of my teeth?

We strongly recommend that everyone brushes their teeth at least twice a day; brushing in the morning and in the evening. We also highly stress the importance of flossing at least once a day, in order to remove harmful particles that build up in the spaces between teeth. If you struggle to keep up with a daily flossing routine, start with flossing at least two days a week.

Do you take new patients?

We absolutely accept new patients. Our team provides comprehensive dentistry for adults and children in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. To help expedite the check in process for new patients, we offer downloadable patient forms on our website. Simply fill them out prior to your appointment, and bring them in with you for a quicker check in process.

Do you take my insurance?

Our friendly, front office staff will gladly work on your behalf to ensure you get the maximum benefit available with your insurance. We accept most major insurance plans, including the following:

  • Aetna PPO
  • Anthem PPO/Anthem Dental Blue 300
  • Cigna PPO
  • Connection Dental Network
  • Delta Dental Premier Provider
  • Guardian PPO
  • GEHA
  • MetLife
  • United Health Care

If you have any questions about your insurance coverage, please feel free to contact our office.

What are payment options do you offer?

We accept cash, personal check and all major credit cards. We are also pleased to honor outside financing options through Care Credit and Senior Citizen Discount.

Our team will discuss all treatment options and their related costs prior to scheduling a procedure. If you have concerns regarding your ability to afford these treatments, please discuss your concerns with our team.

Do you treat dental emergencies?

We understand that dental emergencies happen and that, sometimes, treatment cannot wait. We are pleased to offer same day scheduling for patients experiencing significant pain or extreme concern surrounding the health of their teeth.

Do you make dentures?

We are pleased to offer restorative dental solutions in the form of full dentures, partial dentures and dental implants. We also offer many solutions to assist patients who are missing teeth.