Find the answers to our most commonly ask questions.
From parking options to post-op queries, peruse our most frequently asked questions so you feel as prepared as possible before your first appointment and throughout your entire procedure. Learn everything you need to know, and if you still have questions, just give us a call.
Your first visit typically includes a thorough exam of your oral health and a consultation, where we will customize a treatment plan based on your individual needs.
Parking is free for our patients! Just bring your ticket up for validation. Parking changes were made by new management of the building to ensure that there will be parking available for our patients.
It's not uncommon. If any of it is left, please don’t pull or pick at it. If you are concerned, or in pain, we are happy to schedule an appointment to check it out for you.
Most procedures will only use a local anesthetic (the same kind that you receive at your general dental office) so you'll be able to drive yourself to and from your appointment. However, if you elect to use sedation, you will need someone to drive you and stay with you after your procedure.
To correct bite alignment. Biting forces can impact many areas of your oral health. Controlling the forces of your teeth helps us to better control healing and disease.
Our team will check your benefits to give you an estimated out-of-pocket investment. However, the final determination will be made by your benefit company.
All accounts with a balance are billed monthly. We bill benefit carriers as a courtesy to our patients. However, our patients are ultimately financially responsible for all balances due.
You can absolutely schedule a cleaning. An essential first step to getting that cleaning is having an exam to determine the state of your oral health. One of our hygienists will perform a thorough cleaning based on your oral health and give you the time and attention you deserve.
Absolutely. It is impossible to see directly between the teeth or under the gums or bone without the use of a dental radiograph. In fact, many diseases and conditions can only be detected with the use of dental x-rays. X-rays also allow us to detect disease and other conditions much sooner than the clinical examination alone.
Yes, on a case by case basis. A consultation is needed to determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure.
Yes. Follow-up visits are a critical part of ensuring that the investment you've made in your oral health lasts. Please follow your doctor's instructions and keep up with any and all post-op appointments.
Typically within 3-4 weeks. The clinical team will let you know more based on your specific procedure.
Patients cannot fly for 3 weeks after a sinus lift.
We recommend that you go home for the remainder of the day after your procedure and refrain from cardio exercise for 48 hours.