How can we help you?
We are a full-service dental practice that specializes in emergency dental care and pain management. We also provide other general, cosmetic, and restorative services such as root canals, crowns and bridges, extractions (including wisdom teeth), dental implants, periodontal treatment, porcelain veneers, and teeth whitening.
Our dentists are all general dentists who are particularly interested in urgent care services but who are skilled clinicians in all aspects of dental care.
We know that good oral health is a big part of staying in good overall health. When you call or come into our office, we are happy to answer any questions you might have about maintaining optimal oral health for you and your entire family.
There are some questions our patients ask us frequently, and we have chosen a few of those to answer below. If you have other questions that are not included here, we invite you to give us a call or ask us at your next appointment.
Your oral health is important to us, and we want to provide you with the best information possible so you can make the best decisions regarding dental treatments and procedures.
We invite you to take advantage of the incredible knowledge of our caring team of professionals by asking your questions. We look forward to assisting you with all aspects of your oral health!
The cost of treatment will vary, but we have designated team members who specialize in helping you navigate the complex world of insurance coverage. As a courtesy, we will check on your insurance benefits before you even get to the office. We want to make sure you maximize your insurance coverage so you can get the dental treatment you need. We also offer in-house and financing payment options to help make treatment affordable.
We know that sitting in the dentist chair can be unnerving, especially when you are not sure what to expect.
We will do everything we can to ensure that your time in the dental chair is as free of stress and pain as possible. If you are getting a local anesthetic, we will apply a numbing agent to your gums beforehand so you won’t feel it.
If needed, oral sedation medications may also be available to patients who need some extra help to feel comfortable while in the chair.