We understand that it can be difficult to find quality care at a cost that fits your budget, and we do everything we can to make your dental health a financial possibility. In addition to accepting most dental insurance, we offer payment plans through CareCredit for patients who qualify. Visit our Financial page to learn more about our payment options and policies.
There’s a reason they’re called emergencies—you simply can’t wait to be seen. We understand that sometimes you can’t wait even one day to get your smile back. We reserve openings in our schedule to accommodate dental emergencies. There’s no need for you to wait in pain!
We welcome kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens and everyage in between—because regular dental visits through every stage of life is an important part of maintaining overall health. Your little ones will enjoy:
Your safety is very important to us. Our staff is meticulous in their dedication to making our office a clean and sterile environment. Each instrument is sterilized after every patient and each room is thoroughly sanitized as well. If you ever have questions about any safety issue, you can bring it up to any staff member and they will be happy to discuss it with you and/or demonstrate our procedures.
We value your time, so we never double-book appointments and always strive to seat you at your reserved time. We offer early-morning appointments that let you fit in your dental treatment before work and school. Call us today!
It’s hard enough to keep track of your own checkups and cleanings—factor in the entire family and it can become a real challenge! With work, school, and extracurricular activities taking up your family’s time, dental visits can sometimes fall to the back burner. To help you get the treatment you need and get on with your busy life, we offer family block appointments that allow everyone to be seen at the same time or back-to-back. Now that’s something to smile about!
Unsure when to bring your child in for his or her first checkup? Both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommend that children visit a dentist by age one. Positive dental experiences also help children feel more comfortable in the dental chair, which will make their visits more effective and less stressful.
During your child’s first visit, your attitude is extremely important because it will influence your child’s perception of not only our office, but of dental visits in general. If you are not sure what to do, just let us do all the talking. We use kid-friendly vocabulary that explains everything we do in a fun and non-threatening manner. We even allow our patients to touch many of the items that we will be using, to give them a sense of control and empowerment during their visit.
We Look Forward to Meeting Your Child