For your convenience we are in network with the following major dental insurance plans as well as some smaller companies:
Met Life dental insurance
Aetna dental insurance
United Concordia dental insurance
Cigna dental insurance
Delta Dental insurance
Wellpoint dental insurance
Blue Cross/Blue Shield dental insurance
Guardian dental insurance
Humana dental insurance
United Health Care dental insurance
We’re so convinced you will like our Dentist that we offer a Double Risk-Free Guarantee to our Patients! We understand that it can be difficult selecting a new dentist and we want you to feel comfortable making that decision. So we offer you a no-nonsense double risk-free guarantee. If you schedule a consultation about a specific issue, your initial consultation and necessary x-rays are free. Plus, if you schedule a new patient exam and decide we’re not the office for you, your exam is free, no strings attached!
Our main concern is for your oral health and to help you find a trustworthy and caring dentist. Visit our office. You will love how we take care of your family like it’s our own. To find out if you qualify for the Invisalign treatment, contact our office for a free consultation.
The advantages of a Dental Implant
It is permanent. It is not a denture that can be taken out when required.
You do not have to take it out before a meal.
It can be made to look like the rest of your teeth.
Care is taken to match the color and the shade so that there isn’t the slightest hint of it being a false tooth.
The implants are drilled into the jaw bone. This helps to protect the gums and the bone which are often affected when you have regular dentures or any other work done in the mouth.
The dental implant is stand-alone and does not need to depend on the adjoining teeth for support. This is of primary importance as the other teeth do not need to be restructured to provide assistance for the implant.
They are extremely comfortable and no one will ever know that you had a tooth replaced.
You can step out in style, completely satisfied that this was a decision well taken.
The next step is placing the implant in the jaw. This procedure is normally carried out under local anesthesia in the dental clinic. When the procedure is completed, the jaw is left to heal. It takes approximately 6 weeks for the healthy bone to form a strong bond and fuse with the implant
Is Implant Dentistry for you?
You need to be healthy and not be suffering from any ailments in order to qualify for an implant. The dentist will need to check the condition of your gums and make sure that you do not suffer from bleeding gums.
There is no need to delay the restoration of Missing Teeth.
Contact us to know:
Why delays can be dangerous
Why Dental Implants have been so successful
How advanced technology has helped in the healing process.
Taking care of your Dental Implant
Your Dental implant needs to be part of your normal oral hygiene. Ensure that you brush and floss twice a day so that there is no scope for infection or for bacteria to accumulate.
Your implant dentist will develop the best care plan for you. Follow it thoroughly. Do not miss the appointments that have been scheduled. This way your dentist will be in a position to make sure that both your teeth and gums remain strong and in good shape.
You can place it’s trust in our Dentists
To see if you can qualify for the Invisalign treatment, call now for free consultation.
Are you shopping smarter now? There is no need to lower your standards of quality or go without a warm sense of feeling valued as a patient. Value is incredibly important in getting the products and service you need and want in today’s economy. Read below to discover how we have helped hundreds of folks just like you cut through all the dental marketing hype to find a dental home where you feel a warm welcome, friendly faces and expert care!
At some time or another you will be faced with looking for a new dentist. Like most people you want to find a dentist that you can trust, who will care for you and your family and has your best interests in mind. Since this is an important decision in your life, we have decided to give you “The Inside Scoop On How to Choose a Dentist That’s Right For You!” to help guide you to the right dentist. I have seen so many people in pain and suffer mentally and financially throughout my years in practice simply because of poor dental work. Most people don’t know how to go about selecting a dentist, or even realize the problems that can occur if you don’t choose wisely. Together, we are not going to let that happen to you.
Tip#1: Ask for recommendations. Go to review websites to read reviews concerning the dentist in consideration.
Tip#2: Check the doctor’s license and credentials. It may sound simplistic but check with the Texas State Dental Board (www.tsbde.state.tx.us ) for license status and if any disciplinary action has been taken against that dentist. Credentials are huge in dentistry! Make sure your dentist is a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD) www.agd.org . This credential alone is worth its weight in gold as you know that a “Fellowed” dentist is committed to lifelong learning and staying current with the latest treatment techniques to keep you comfortable and safe.
TIP#3: Not asking for verification of diagnosis. It is critical that you find a dentist that has digital x-rays that you can see on the computer screen. Most dentists with integrity will show you you’re x-rays but sometimes, even better, a great dentist will show you an intra-oral camera picture of your teeth so you will know exactly what the doctor sees in your mouth. Seeing this opens great communication about your condition, your options and allows you to be a part of deciding your dental treatment!
Tip #4: Visit the office or take advantage of a free consultation! Come visit or better yet take advantage of a free consultation. Look for a courteous staff and doctor that listens and takes the time to answer your questions.
Tip#5: Ask the right questions. This is a big one since most patients don’t know the critical questions to ask! Ask about infection control! (Especially with the H1N1 spreading) Does the office follow the recently updated CDC guidelines? Do they participate in a program to monthly monitor the effectiveness of their sterilizers? Ask about staff training! Are the dental assistants and hygienist current with CPR, nitrous oxide monitoring and x-ray technique? Ask about insurance! Does the office in consideration help you file your insurance and make every effort to be up front and answer your questions regarding scheduling and billing? Does the office have a payment plan in place?
Tip #6: Observe the chair side manner of the doctor/hygienist. Does your doctor/hygienist take time to listen to you, make eye contact and have a sympathetic, caring manner? What about personality? Going to the dentist is stressful enough; you want someone who is warm, friendly, has a great sense of humor and that puts you at ease! You want an office you can connect with and feel at home.
Now that we have given you the insider information on how to find the right dentist for you and your family, it is time for you to take action. Please don’t delay dental care! We want you to be healthy, happy about your smile and pain free for life!