Dentistry FAQ

First Appointment FAQs

Do I need to arrive early for my first appointment?

Please arrive 15 minutes early, as this will give you time to fill out any necessary paperwork for our dental records.

What do I need to bring to my first appointment?

When arriving for your first appointment, be sure to remember to bring your photo ID, dental insurance card (if applicable), and any previous dental records you may have. This will ensure that we have the necessary information so that we may provide you with the best service.

How long will my first appointment last?

Since all patients are unique and have different reasons for being seen, appointment times vary from each individual. On average, however, you should expect to be here between 30 minutes and 1 hour.

What Type of Dental Insurance Are Accepted?

We accept patients with the following dental insurance plans: Delta Dental Premier, Delta Dental PPO, United Concordia PPO, and MetLife PPO. If your insurance provider isn’t listed here, give us a call today, and we’ll see how we can help.

General Dentistry FAQs:

Why should I go to the dentist regularly?

Regularly attending dental appointments will ensure the health and safety of your teeth. Putting off your dental care can lead to cavities, tooth decay, abscesses, and infections. Left untreated, you are putting your health in serious jeopardy.

How can I get my kids to brush their teeth?

Make it fun! It’s also important to stick to a routine. You may also try rewarding your child when they practice great brushing!

How can I prevent cavities?

Brushing and flossing regularly are great ways to combat cavities. But this alone isn’t always enough. By making sure that you see your dentist regularly, you stand a far better chance of reducing or eliminating cavities.

Why does the dentist take X-rays?

X-rays are important for the dentist to be able to see things such as cavities, impacted teeth, and tooth decay, among others.

How long will the results of teeth whitening last?

Depending on how well you care for your teeth, teeth whitening can last as little as six months to as much as three years.

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