COVID-19 Safety Message: Visit our practice with confidence – your safety is our top concern.
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
If you are searching for a “general dentist near me,” please know that we are a friendly team of professionals that look forward to serving you. Our goal is to keep our patient’s smiles radiant, and their teeth and gums healthy. Call our general family dentistry office today to schedule an appointment with a skilled dentist.
What Is a General Dentist’s Role in the Dental Profession?
A general dentist is your first line of defense against tooth decay. They are in charge of your oral health, referring you to a specialist only when necessary. A dentist is your primary dental care provider; a dentist general practice may be the only dental provider that you ever see if you brush and floss as directed and have a preventative checkup every six months. Please contact us for an appointment so we can help keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape.
What Does a General Dentist Typically Do?
Dentists perform preventative exams, diagnose any problems that you have and treat a broad range of conditions.
General Dentistry Services
At our office, we offer comprehensive dental care which includes:
How Often Do I Need to See a Dentist?
Ask your general dentist during your initial visit. Your age and risk factors will determine how far apart you should schedule your checkups. If you have any pain in your teeth, schedule an appointment; don’t wait until your next preventative exam. Catching problems early makes them easier and less expensive to treat.
How Much Does a Dentist Charge for a Visit?
Please ask us then you schedule an appointment. Once we know why you are visiting our general dental office, we can give you an estimate. If you have dental insurance, please let us know so we can tell you what amount, if any, you will pay as a co-pay.
Is It Easy to Make an Appointment to Visit a Dentist?
All you have to do is give us a call. Contact us for an appointment and see how easy it is to protect your oral health.
How Long Will My Appointment Take?
It depends on what you are having done. We can give you an estimate once we know why you are scheduling an appointment. Ask us beforehand if your time is limited; we will schedule your appointment when you have sufficient time.
Is There Anything I Need to Do Before My Visit to the Dentist?
Bring a list of any prescription and over-the-counter medications you take. Let us know of you are apprehensive about your visit; we will do our best to put you at ease.
What Happens If Patients Don’t See a Dentist Regularly?
Just because your smile looks fantastic and you have no discomfort doesn’t mean you can avoid seeing a dentist. Without x-rays, these is no way to spot potential problems until they become expensive, extensive conditions. Preventative care is always less expensive than major work, so give us a call, especially if it has been a long time since you have seen a dentist.