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Dental Cleaning

What if I haven't been to the dentist in a while?

If you haven't been to the dentist in a while, don't worry! Our team is here to help you get back on track with your oral health. We will work with you to create a customized treatment plan that addresses any dental issues you may have.

Will my insurance cover dental cleanings and checkups?

Most dental insurance plans cover preventive services like dental cleanings and checkups. However, checking with your insurance provider to confirm your coverage is important.

How can I prepare for my dental cleaning and checkup?

You can prepare for your dental cleaning and checkup by brushing and flossing your teeth beforehand and by letting us know if you have any concerns or questions about your oral health.

Are dental cleanings and checkups painful?

No, dental cleanings and checkups are not painful. Our hygienist and dentist are trained to make sure that you are comfortable throughout the process.

How often should I get a dental cleaning?

We recommend that our patients come for a dental cleaning at least twice a year. However, some patients with certain oral health conditions or a history of gum disease may need more frequent cleanings.

Clear Aligners

How do I care for my clear aligners?

To care for your clear aligners, rinse them with warm water before and after wearing them. Brush them gently with a soft-bristled toothbrush and mild soap. Avoid using hot water or an abrasive toothpaste, which can damage the aligners.

How often do I need to wear my aligners?

Aligners should be worn for 20-22 hours per day, only removing them to eat, drink, brush, and floss.

Are clear aligners painful?

Some discomfort is normal when beginning a clear aligner treatment, but most people find the discomfort to be mild and easily managed with over-the-counter pain relievers. As your teeth shift into the desired position, you may experience some mild soreness, but this typically subsides within a few days.

How long do clear aligners take to straighten teeth?

The length of treatment will vary depending on the severity of your case. However, most treatments last between 6 to 18 months.

Who is a good candidate for clear aligners?

Clear aligners can be an effective treatment option for most adult and teen patients, but they are best suited for mild to moderate cases of misaligned or crooked teeth. Your dentist can help determine if clear aligners are the right treatment option for you.

How do clear aligners work?

Clear aligners use gentle pressure to move teeth into the desired position. Each set of aligners is designed to shift the teeth a small amount, and the next set will continue the process until the desired result is achieved.


Are veneers right for me?

Veneers may be a good option for you if you have minor dental imperfections that you would like to improve. However, it is best to consult with a dentist to determine if veneers are the best treatment option for you.

Can veneers be whitened?

Veneers cannot be whitened with traditional teeth whitening treatments, as they are made of materials that resist staining. However, if you have composite veneers, your dentist may be able to polish and reapply a whitening agent to improve their appearance.

How do I care for my veneers?

You should continue to brush and floss your teeth regularly and avoid biting into hard objects or using your teeth as tools. You should also attend regular dental check-ups to ensure your veneers are in good condition.

Are veneers reversible?

The process of getting veneers is irreversible, as some of the tooth enamel is removed to make room for the veneer.

What is the process of getting porcelain or ceramic veneers?

The process involves removing a small amount of tooth enamel to make room for the veneer, which is then bonded to the tooth using a special dental adhesive. The process may require multiple visits to the dentist.

How long do veneers last?

Porcelain and ceramic veneers can last up to 15-20 years with proper care, while composite veneers usually last around 4-8 years.

What are the benefits of veneers?

Veneers can improve the appearance of discolored, crooked, chipped, or cracked teeth. They can also close gaps between teeth and make your smile look more uniform.

What are veneers made of?

Veneers can be made of porcelain, ceramic, or composite resin material.

What are veneers?

Veneers are custom-made, thin shells that are placed over the front of your teeth to improve their appearance.

Dental Implants

What is the cost of dental implant surgery?

The cost of dental implant surgery varies depending on the number of implants being placed and the complexity of the case. It is important to discuss costs with your dentist prior to the procedure.

Can anyone get dental implants?

Most healthy individuals who have enough bone in their jaw to support the implants are candidates for dental implant surgery.

Does insurance cover dental implants?

Some dental insurance plans cover dental implant surgery, but coverage varies depending on the plan.

How do I care for my dental implants?

Dental implants should be cared for like natural teeth, with regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups. Avoid chewing on hard objects or using your teeth as tools, as this can damage the implant.

What is the recovery time for dental implant surgery?

The recovery time for dental implant surgery varies from patient to patient, but most patients are able to return to work and normal activities within a few days.

Is dental implant surgery painful?

Most patients report minimal pain during and after the dental implant surgery. Local anesthesia and sedation are used during the procedure to ensure patient comfort.

How long does the dental implant surgery take?

The length of dental implant surgery varies depending on the number of implants being placed and the complexity of the case. Generally, the procedure takes between 1-2 hours.

What is the success rate of dental implant surgery?

The success rate of dental implant surgery is very high, with success rates ranging from 95-98%.

Teeth Whitening

Who is a good candidate for teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is a safe and effective option for most patients with healthy teeth and gums who are looking to enhance the appearance of their smile. However, it is important to consult with a dental professional to determine if teeth whitening is the right choice for you, especially if you have any pre-existing dental conditions or concerns.

Are there any side effects of teeth whitening?

Some patients may experience tooth sensitivity or gum irritation following teeth whitening treatments, but these side effects are usually temporary and can be managed with proper care.

How long does teeth whitening last?

The duration of teeth whitening results can vary depending on factors such as the patient's oral hygiene habits, diet, and lifestyle habits. In general, however, professional teeth whitening can last up to two years or more with proper care and maintenance.

Is teeth whitening safe?

When performed by a qualified dental professional, teeth whitening is a safe and effective dental procedure. However, it is important to follow the dentist's instructions carefully and to avoid overuse of whitening products, which can lead to tooth sensitivity and other complications.

What are the different types of professional teeth whitening treatments?

There are two main types of professional teeth whitening treatments: in-office treatments and take-home kits. In-office treatments are performed at the dental office and involve the use of a strong bleaching gel and special light or laser to accelerate the whitening process. Take-home kits involve the use of custom-fitted trays and a bleaching gel that is applied at home over a period of several weeks.

How does professional teeth whitening differ from over-the-counter whitening products?

Professional teeth whitening is a more effective and safer option than over-the-counter whitening products. Professional treatments are customized to each patient's unique needs and administered under a dental professional's guidance, ensuring optimal results and minimizing the risk of side effects.

Why are my teeth stained?

Teeth can become discolored for a variety of reasons, including aging, consuming staining foods and drinks (such as coffee or red wine), smoking, poor oral hygiene, and certain medications.


Are dental emergencies expensive?

The cost of treating a dental emergency will depend on the severity of your condition and what type of procedure is necessary for proper treatment. Many insurance companies will cover at least some of the costs associated with treating an emergency situation

What should I do if I have a toothache or severe pain?

For extreme tooth pain that you cannot determine any particular cause of, try rinsing the mouth with warm salt water and flossing gently. Do not put any kind of medication or painkillers directly on the affected area. See your dentist so that he can examine and diagnose the cause and recommend treatment so you can relieve pain and get back to your daily life!

Can I go to the emergency room if something is wrong with my tooth?

In some cases, going to the emergency room can be acceptable if you're experiencing a dental emergency. For example, if you're having trouble breathing due to swelling around your jaw, seek medical attention right away. However, if your issue is related to pain or discomfort in your mouth, it's better to visit a dentist for more specialized care.

Do I need to see a dentist during a dental emergency?

Yes, seeing a dentist as soon as possible is important during a dental emergency. While some situations may not require a visit to the emergency room, if you're experiencing pain or discomfort in your mouth, it's best to see a dentist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. A dentist will be able to assess the issue and determine the best way to address it to alleviate your pain and restore your oral health.

What is considered a dental emergency?

A dental emergency is any urgent situation related to your teeth, mouth, or gums requiring immediate attention. Examples include severe toothaches, bleeding from the mouth, broken or cracked teeth, swollen jaw or cheek, and lost fillings or crowns. If you experience any of these symptoms, seek treatment right away.