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Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I visit my dentist?

According to our own doctors as well as the American Dental Association, patients of all ages should visit their dentist at least twice a year for a checkup and cleaning in order to keep their teeth healthy as well as avoid preventable dental problems such as tooth decay, cavities, gum disease, and more.

Can you fix my chipped/cracked/broken teeth?

We certainly can! We have a variety of restorative treatments that can fix everything from a slightly chipped tooth to one that is completely broken. We only use the highest-quality materials so your repaired tooth will always be strong and look natural.

Can you replace my missing teeth?

Yes--we have a variety of treatments that can do exactly that. We provide traditional bridges and dentures, but for the most natural-looking and longest-lasting results, we also provide dental implants. In the end, we’ll be sure to find the right treatment to help you complete your smile.

Can you make my smile look better?

Lucky for you, pretty much everything we provide can do this, but for that little extra boost, we have a variety of cosmetic dentistry services. With them, we can do everything from simply whiten your teeth to give you a complete smile makeover with porcelain veneers. Whatever you want for your smile, we can provide it!

Will you take my dental insurance?

We accept a long list of plans and are in-network with several of the most popular providers of dental insurance, and our team of experts will make the process of maximizing your benefits as straightforward and simple as possible. To learn how we can use your particular plan to help you save at your next appointment, contact us today.

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