You don’t have to, but our team recommends checkups two times each year in order to preserve an optimal level of oral health. This is also the recommendation of the American Dental Association to ensure patients maintain their healthiest smiles.
Periodontal disease causes the soft tissue to become inflamed, infected, or break down over time. Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss among US adults and affects millions of people every year.
Oral cancer claims one life every hour on average, and as much as 30% of those diagnosed do not engage in any of the high-risk behaviors like smoking. That’s why we consider oral cancer screening to be an integral part of every checkup for every patient.
We are happy to help patients whenever they are in need, and we do our utmost to provide same-day treatment for patients experiencing dental emergencies. Call our dental office line and follow the after-hours contact instructions to find out more.
Not necessarily. There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution, especially when it comes to determining whether or not to extract teeth. We may recommend wisdom tooth extraction if there is inadequate space to accommodate these teeth or wisdom teeth are impacted (unable to erupt from the gum line).
Not at all. In fact, most patients report experiencing significant relief from the toothache that precedes root canal treatment immediately following their root canal.
We are happy to process and file claims from most dental insurance providers, and we are in-network with Delta Dental Premier and Cigna PPO.