Welcome to our office and thank you for checking us out!
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We encourage ANY questions you have about your smile. And we look forward to seeing you.

Are you afraid? Nervous?

We understand some people may be nervous about coming to the dental office. We started out as patients, too! What we can tell you is we will take care of you. We will be as gentle as we can and make you as comfortable as you can be on the chair. Sometimes patients may even fall asleep on us due to our calm environment.

We always encourage you to let us know if there is too much water during any procedure or if you just need to take a break or rinse out. We understand that you cannot really talk while we are working on your mouth, but you can always raise your hand and just let us know. We really don't mind. We just want you to feel comfortable.

Concerned about your sensitive teeth before a cleaning?

If you are a patient with sensitive teeth, we understand that, too. Depending on what is causing your sensitivity, sometimes a nice trick is just some numbing gel. No anesthesia involved. Of course, this may not be the case for everyone.

For patients who have heavy plaque and tartar, or present with early to aggressive signs of gum disease, a more comprehensive treatment may be necessary.

Has it been a while since your last dental cleaning and check-up?

If you are a patient who requires gum maintenance of 3 to 4 months, then "a while" to you may mean you have not shown up in 6 months. Coming regularly allows us to monitor and maintain your gum health, as well as the rest of your mouth.

If you are a patient prone to cavities and you have not visited in a year that may also be too long of a wait.

If you have not had a dental cleaning in 2 to 20+ years, it’s time. Many events may have evolved since then, possibly with your gums or untreated cavities, and we want to help you address
them before the conditions progress.

No insurance?

We understand some people may have lost or do not currently have insurance, however, please review our service fees with us and consider what you can afford (or what part of your oral health you are not willing to compromise).

Treatment payment plans are available and we will work with you on that so that our services can still be accessible for you.

Too busy with work? School? Just had a baby? Change in daily routine?

We know. Still we would like to see you as best as you possibly can. Often times you may have dental needs that should to be addressed that you are not aware of.

Avoiding us unless you have pain?

If you are experiencing any severe pain, sensitivity, or discomfort please contact us, or our emergency number immediately. We are here to help and relieve you so that you can go on with your daily routine.

Avoiding the dentist is a common trend for some people, possibly due to lack of insurance or busy schedules. We encourage you to come for your regular check-ups. Practicing irregular visits
can be less beneficial to you in the long run. Patients may complain of pain due to tooth abscess or a cavity that could possibly turn into a root canal, to name a few. Coming regularly could
avoid these situations, and prevent bigger, invasive, and more costly procedures in the future.