Dental Insurance

Dental insurance has become incredibly complex, with plans varying drastically depending on your insurance provider.

We are now in network with several insurance providers, we will file with any PPO insurance policy. Please bring a copy of your insurance card with you to your appointment.

If you have any questions about your dental insurance plan, call us today. We will be happy to address any questions that you may have!

Patient Financing

Do you wish to receive quality dental care, but aren't sure that you can afford it? Do you or a loved one feel intimidated merely by the cost of obtaining the extraordinary, beautiful smile you've always wanted?

We encourage you to contact our dentist office to take advantage of our exceptional dental services utilizing our flexible financing options. You and your family's oral care are in excellent hands with us!

Your First Visit

Thank you for considering us for your dental care needs. We want to do everything possible to make sure that your first visit is as easy as it should be. Your first visit will include:

  • Registration -- With just a few simple forms, we'll ask for relevant medical history, any medications you might be taking, your dental history, and any dental insurance coverage you may have. For your convenience, you can send an email to to request patient registration forms. We will send you our forms for you to complete them prior to your first dental visit. Be sure to bring these completed forms to your first appointment with us.
  • Complete Oral Examination -- The examination can identify conditions such as tooth decay and periodontal disease. You may need to take X-rays if necessary.
  • Recommended Treatment Plan -- Your dentist will discuss your recommended treatment plan. Teeth cleaning may be performed during your first visit, or might be scheduled for a follow-up visit depending on the condition of your teeth and gums.
  • Schedule Your Next Appointment.

We offer free parking for our patients. The parking lot is just right behind our dental office building. Also, our dental practice is handicap-friendly.

Tips for Sensitive Teeth

  • Drink cold beverages through a straw, and wait for hot foods to cool before eating.

  • Buy a toothbrush that has either soft or extra soft bristles.

  • Buy toothpaste for sensitive teeth, or ask your dentist for fluoride gel toothpaste. Avoid whitening and tartar control toothpastes.

  • See your dentist to make sure there isn't a more serious problem. Several nonsurgical procedures may also help ease your discomfort.

Oral Hygiene Tips

  • Brushing thoroughly twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste

    Brushing your teeth is important to remove stray food particles, massage the gums, eliminate plaque, and freshen breath. It also helps to defend against cavities and periodontal disease.

  • Flossing daily

    Regular flossing is your best defense against gum disease, and it also fights cavities and decay. Good flossing technique will help you remove debris between the teeth, preventing gingivitis and periodontitis.

  • Eating a balanced diet and limiting consumption of sugary foods and beverages

    To promote strong, heathy teeth, eat a diet rich in calcium, vitamin D, vitamin C, and fluoride. Simple sugars and starchy foods are a banquet feast for oral bacteria. A diet that is full of sugars and overprocessed foods (or one devoid of vitamins, minerals, and crunchy fruits and vegetables) can eventually lead to decay, even in the mouths of the most avid brushers and flossers.

  • Visiting the Dentist

    The dentist is an important partner in maintaining your oral health. During a professional cleaning, the dentist or hygienist removes tartar and polishes the surface of your teeth, making it harder for plaque and tartar to adhere to them. The dentist then thoroughly examines your teeth and gums to search for any problem areas.


  • Do you take my insurance?

    Dental insurance plans are wide and varied, and we have made every effort to participate with most major plans. Call us with your insurance information. We would be happy to call your insurance and go over your benefits with you at no charge!

  • How often should I see the dentist?

    The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends routine check-ups every six months.

  • At what age should I stat taking my child to see the dentist?

    The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that your child should see a pediatric dentist when the first tooth appears, or no later than his/her first birthday.

  • Can I get my teeth cleaned?

    Yes! We will get you in with one of our friendly and caring hygienists to go over your oral health needs!

  • Do you see kids?

    Yes, We love seeing children and encourage parents to bring their family in. Only when a child is extremely difficult will we refer him or her to a pediatric dentist. If you prefer your child only seeing a pediatric dentist, we are glad to recommend you to one.

  • Do you take out wisdom teeth?

    Yes! We can extract wisdom teeth (3rd molars) here in our office.

  • Do you offer free consultations?

    Yes we do, we provide a one on one meeting with the doctor to discuss treatment plans.