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Below are some resources to help provide our patients with a better understanding of what to expect when visiting our dentistry.  Your smile is our first priority, and we’ll give you something to smile about. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us today.  We look forward to providing you with the personal care you deserve. 


The comfort, relaxation, and happiness of the patient are the primary focus of any good dental practice. The staff at the practice will do whatever they can to reduce anxiety, allay fears, and provide painless, quick treatments.


Some of the most frequently asked questions patients have about dentistry and oral health issues.


Proper brushing and flossing can enhance the health of the mouth, make the smile sparkle, and prevent serious diseases.


In addition to our own website, there are other sites on the Web that provide interesting and helpful dental information.  Because we are committed to improving the oral healthcare knowledge of our patients, we are providing the following selection of links to other sites you might find interesting and informative.


Regular dental check ups are essential for maintaining excellent oral hygiene and diagnosing potential problems, but they are not a “fix-all” solution. Thorough oral homecare routines should be practiced on a daily basis to avoid future dental problems.


Increasing awareness on the health and look of a patient’s smile has fueled the desire for many to seek out orthodontia not only as a medical necessity, but for cosmetic reasons as well. 

» What is Orthodontics?

» What is an Orthodontist?

» Who Can Benefit from Orthodontics?


Pediatric dentists fulfill many important functions pertaining to the child’s overall oral health and hygiene. They place particular emphasis on the proper maintenance and care of deciduous (baby) teeth, which are instrumental in facilitating good chewing habits, proper speech production, and also hold space for permanent teeth. 

» When Should Children Have Their First Dental Visit?

» Why See a Pediatric Dentist

» Care for Your Child’s Teeth

» Dental Emergencies

» What’s the Best Toothpaste for My Child?

» Why are Primary Teeth Important?

» When Will My Baby Start Getting Teeth?


Periodontal disease is a progressive condition which begins with mild gum inflammation called gingivitis. It is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults living in the developed world, and should be taken very seriously.

» What is Periodontal (Gum) Disease?

» What is a Periodontist?

» When to See a Periodontist


While a tooth extraction can be a serious dental procedure, aftercare is just as critical as the procedure itself. As the dental patient, it is important to understand that pain and the risk of infection can be lessened with proper care.


The first step towards a beautiful, healthy smile is to schedule an appointment. Please contact our office by phone or complete an online appointment request. 


CareCredit is here to help you pay for treatments and procedures your insurance does not cover. They offer No Interest* financing or low minimum monthly payment options so you can get what you want, when you want it. 

With three simple steps, including an instant approval process, it’s easy to apply for Care Credit. After you’re approved, you’re free to use CareCredit to finance our services. 

Now you don’t have to worry about saving up for the procedures you want and need. With CareCredit, the decision’s in your hands to get what you want, when you want it. For more information or to apply online, visit 


We accept cash or personal check as well as credit cards Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover.  If you are unable to utilize one of these methods of payment, we have an arranged program with CareCredit to provide our patients with an affordable payment plan.   Our staff with help you with the payment plan you choose.  Patients who do not have dental insurance are expected to pay the total fee the day of service is provided.   


If you have dental insurance, as a service to you, we will complete your insurance form with all the necessary information and submit it to the insurance company.  We ask that you pay the estimated co-payment at the time services are rendered.  If you fail to bring the required insurance information to your appointments, we will ask that you pay the bill in full and be reimbursed from your insurance company with paperwork provided by our office.  Our office does not guarantee that your insurance company will pay for the treatment you receive from our practice.   

If your claim is denied, the treatment is down coded and/or alternative benefits given, you will be responsible for paying the full balance amount left on the account at that time.  Our office will not enter into a dispute with your insurance company over any claim, although we will provide the necessary documentation your insurance company requests to settle the claim.  (Insurance coverage is a contractual agreement between the insurance company, you and your employer.  We have no control over this relationship.