Qs & As
Q: How Often Should I Visit the Dentist?
A: Every patient has unique dental health requirements, but in general, we recommend bi-annual routine dental cleanings, exams, and x-rays. Regular visits help prevent tooth decay and allow us to screen for developing oral health issues.
Q: At What Age Should I Take My Child to the Dentist?
A: Children should start seeing a dentist for regular checkups as soon as their first tooth has grown in, or by the age of one. Regular dental visits at a young age help us monitor your child’s dental health and development.
Q: Can I Put off Needed Dental Work for a Few Months?
A: If you wait to undergo necessary dental work, treatment can become more complex and more expensive. It’s always advisable to treat oral health problems as soon as possible.
Q: Do You Offer Same-Day or Emergency Appointments?
A: Nobody should have to suffer from tooth pain. If you are in pain or need a same-day appointment, please call the office as soon as possible. We do our best to see emergency and same-day patients quickly.
Q: I Have Dental Anxiety. How Will You Help Me?
A: Our office is friendly, inviting, and relaxing, and we make every effort to help you feel peaceful and at ease during your appointment. Our comfort amenities include ultra-restful dental chairs, blankets, pillows, DentalVibe for easy injections, and nitrous oxide upon your request.
Q: Does My Dental Health Affect My Overall Health?
A: Absolutely. Poor oral hygiene can negatively affect your overall health. To avoid the risk, it’s important to visit the dentist for routine cleanings and exams.
Q: Are You Accepting New Patients?
A: We welcome new patients and greatly appreciate your referrals! A P Dental Care serves patients of all ages from young children to the elderly.
Q: Do You Accept My Insurance?
A: A P Dental Care accepts most PPO dental insurances. If you have dental insurance, please inform a member of our front office team. We are happy to verify benefits and help submit dental insurance claims.
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