Dental Care Frequently Asked Questions
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Many dental insurance plans cover Invisalign treatment just as they would other orthodontic treatments and may cover up to $3,500 of your treatment cost.
Our knowledgeable insurance coordinators are here to minimize your out of pocket cost by giving you an upfront estimate of what your insurance will and will not cover as well as other good options for remaining balances.
Veneers can range anywhere from $600-$1200.00.
A cap is the same thing as a crown. Crowns are a beneficial way to restore your tooth. It can cover and support a tooth with a large filling, be used to attach a bridge, protect a weak tooth, or even restore one that has already been broken. Their durability along with esthetics make crowns a great choice for restorations.
A crown is a tooth-colored covering for a tooth that may need more support than a filling. Often crowns are used for teeth that have large fillings, protect a root canaled tooth, or even restore a tooth that has already been broken.
We offer many ways to replace a missing tooth. A dental implant can be placed for a single tooth and/or multiple tooth loss. Other options would be dental bridges that incorporate the surrounding teeth or a removable appliance.
The health of your gums determines how often you should have your teeth cleaned. Typically a healthy adult should have their teeth cleaned every 6 months.
There are different medications and home remedies that treat mouth sores. Keep the site as clean as possible to aid in the healing process. Our best advice would be to schedule a dental exam to make sure your mouth sore is just a mouth sore and nothing more.
A deep cleaning, also called scaling and root planing, is a procedure used to treat Periodontal Disease. Root planing smoothes the tooth root and removes any tartar buildup to help the gums re-attach to the tooth.
Inside each tooth is the pulp which provides nutrients and nerves to the tooth, it runs like a thread down through the root. When the pulp is diseased or injured, the pulp tissue dies. After we remove the pulp, the root canal is cleaned and sealed off to protect it. Then a crown is placed over the tooth to help make it stronger. Most of the time, root canal therapy is a relatively simple procedure with little or no discomfort involving one to three visits. Best of all, it can save your tooth and your smile!