Our team consists of dedicated individuals who are kind, friendly, and caring. Our staff is here to ensure a pleasant experience during your visit to our office. Our team includes experienced and energetic people whose goal is to communicate well with our patients and provide the best care possible.

We are dedicated to providing the best of care to our patients. Our team is continually trained on the latest techniques available.

As technology advances, we keep our patients well-being on the forefront. Your time with us is valued.

Our doctors and staff members are trained to meet today’s standards of care.

We believe that working as a team, our practice has been able to provide unique patient care and higher levels of clinical care.

We are very pleased that you have selected us to perform your dental treatment. It is our wish that your dental health is the very best that it can be. With the assistance your insurance company provides, good dental health is a simple matter. Your insurance coverage is an arrangement between your insurance company and your place of employment. There are many different policies and forms of coverage. Please be aware that your coverage may not be based on the current dental fee guide. The amount of coverage that has been arranged does not involve the dentist. Our staff would be happy to call your insurance company and get a break down of what you will be covered for. The unpaid portion that your dental plan does not cover is your responsibility. The out of pocket portion must be paid at each appointment. You are responsible for any treatment no longer covered by your dental plan.

Do I really have to go to the dentist every six months? 

How often you go for dental exams depends on your oral health needs. Having a six month routine check up helps to catch small problems early.  Your dentist may suggest that you visit more or less often depending on how well you care for your teeth and gums, problems you have that need to be checked or treated, how fast tartar builds up on your teeth, and so on. A routine check up helps prevent larger oral health problems and used to help with great oral health.

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do I floss every day?
  • Do I brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and follow my dentist’s instructions on how to brush properly?
  • Do I eat a well-balanced diet, including food from all food groups, and limit sweets and sticky foods?
  • Do I smoke?
  • Do I have a history of cavities or gum disease?
  • Is my overall health good?

The answers to these questions are all factors that affect your oral health. They will help you and your dentist decide how often you need to visit for dental exams. It’s worth noting that you should not determine your need for dental care on what your dental plan covers.