New Patient Special
Regularly priced at $576.
Take advantage of our one of a kind New Patient Special which includes:
– Comprehensive Exam
– Cancer Screening
– All necessary X-rays
– CBCT (Cone Beam Computerized Tomography)
– Intra oral and extra oral photographs
– And a Consultation with our doctors.
Our doctors and our friendly team will provide you with caring, efficient treatment and go out of their way to make you comfortable and help you with any needs or concerns you may have.
Your first visit will include a thorough exam of your mouth, gums and teeth. We will use the latest diagnostic technology, including a CBCT to perform an in-depth evaluation of the condition of your mouth and jaw. We will listen to your concerns, discuss your treatment goals and review your general health history and dental history with you.
Once the diagnosis is completed, one of our doctors will go over the findings with you in detail. They will present you with all the different treatment options available and answer all of your questions. Both of our doctors have a personable, friendly chairside manner and you will find them easy to talk to. Please plan on being here for approximately 1.5 hours.
Complimentary 2nd Opinion for Veneers and/or Smile make over
We gladly offer a 2nd opinion /Consultation at no cost if you are interested in Veneers and /or Full Mouth Makeover.
Free Second Opinion for Dental Implants
If you are considering implants, take advantage of our free Second Opinion Special for Dental Implants.
This appointment includes:
– Exam by our dentist, necessary x-rays, and a consultation.
We offer multiple types of dental implants to meet your needs and budget. Schedule an appointment to discover which type of dental implant is right for you.
What Do Dental Implants Cost?
The dental implants cost includes the abutment, crown, and other materials used to restore your smile. Your insurance and whether you have a dental discount plan will also factor into the dental implant cost.
How Are Implants Attached?
During a single tooth implant procedure, the screw- or cylinder-shaped implant is placed into your jaw. After your jaw heals and fuses with the implant—usually within two to six months—the natural-looking crown will be attached to the implant.
New patient Emergency Special
This Appointment Includes:
– Emergency exam by our dentist, and necessary x-rays.
What Is considered a Dental Emergency?
If you’re experiencing any of the following conditions or symptoms, it may be time to seek urgent dental care.
A dental abscess is often excruciatingly painful and warrants immediate care. This condition occurs when the root of a tooth becomes infected, causing swelling, fever, oozing gums, and other uncomfortable symptoms.
Cracked or Broken Teeth:
A broken or cracked tooth can become infected if left untreated. Contact our office right way if you’ve damaged one or more of your teeth.
Fractured or Broken Jaw:
Fracturing or breaking your jaw is a dental emergency. If you’re experiencing pain in the face or jaw, or a bite that feels crooked or “off,” contact us as quickly as possible.
Lost, Broken, or Loose Crowns:
When a crown is broken, loose, or missing, the affected tooth becomes vulnerable to damage. Our dentists can provide a replacement that restores your smile.
Without proper dental cleanings, infections can develop along the gum line. We provide treatment for dental infections and guidance on how to stop the problem from recurring.
Knocking out a tooth can be frightening; however, know that your local dentist may be able to save your tooth. Try to insert the tooth back into the socket, or place it in a cup of cold milk until your appointment.
Loose or Lost Fillings:
When a filling becomes dislodged or loose, it can make the tooth vulnerable to decay. Visit our office for a replacement appliance.
Severe Gum or Facial Swelling:
Painful swelling of the gums or face should not be ignored. Our dentists can diagnose the issue and relieve your discomfort.
If you’re experiencing persistent oral pain, don’t wait to see if the problem goes away on its own. Instead, see our emergency dentists for treatment and pain relief.