Do you accept all Dental Insurances?
We do accept most PPO Dental Providers and we are In-Network with many PPO Dental Insurances. If you wanted to confirm, please give us a call and we can confirm about the coverage.
Do you Offer Financing for my Dental Treatment?
We do have partnership with certain Dental Financing Companies. If you qualify, you can pay in monthly installments for your treatment with 0% APR.
What is the difference between In-Network and Out-Of-Network?
All Dentists can and will accept Dental Insurances. But what a Patient needs to check is if the provider is In-Network or Out-Of-Network. Why is this Important?
- In-Network provider accepts the pre-negotiated fee for the procedure codes from the Insurance. So Out of the Pocket expenses will be minimal for the Patient.Out-Of-Network provider will charge you the entire fee.
- If the Dental Insurance Company pays partly for the procedure, then the Patient is responsible for the remaining amount.
Why do I need a Regular Dental check –up?
How many times do I need to brush my teeth a day?
According to the American Dental Association, you should brush your teeth twice a day. Brushing your teeth helps to remove plaque which causes tooth decay and gum disease. Always use a soft bristled toothbrush with toothpaste that contains fluoride.
How Often Should I visit the Dentist?
Most children and adults should see their dentist for a regular cleaning and check up once every six months. People at a greater risk for oral diseases should have dental checkups more than twice a year. Tobacco and alcohol use, diabetes, pregnancy, periodontal and gum disease, poor oral hygiene and certain medical conditions are some of the many factors that are taken into consideration when deciding how often you need your dental cleaning and check up.
How often do I need to floss my teeth?
You should floss your teeth at least once a day. Flossing in between your teeth removes food debris and plaque from in between the teeth that a toothbrush can’t reach.
Why and when do my kids need a dental check-up?
- Proper care for baby teeth is imperative as they serve several critical functions, including Fostering good nutrition by permitting proper chewingAiding speech developmentHelping proper development of permanent teeth by saving space for themThe American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), American Dental Association (ADA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics all recommend a dental visit for children by age one.
- Baby teeth are vulnerable to tooth decay from their very first appearance, on average between the ages of six and 12 months.The associative pain of tooth decay can prevent a child from eating correctly, impacting overall health and development.
- Additionally, undetected and untreated tooth decay can lead to infection, loss of teeth and expensive and mostly preventable emergency and restorative interventions.
- A scientific paper in the journal of Pediatric Dentistry revealed that children who wait to have their first dental visit until age two or three are more likely to require restorative and emergency visits.
- Regular examinations will help to identify any problems with the dentition like malocclusion and start orthodontic treatment at the appropriate age.
- Going to your regular checkups will help to keep your gums and teeth healthy as well as detect any early problems such as gum disease, oral cancer and cavities.
- The best way to maintain good oral health is to visit your dentist on a regular basis.
Do you accept Walk-In Patients?
We do accept Walk-Ins from time to time, when our Schedule is Open. You can Walk-In anytime, when the office is Open to Schedule an Appointment.
Do you take Emergency Visits?
We take Emergency Walk-Ins at any time of the day, when the office is open. For our Existing patients, we have a helpline.