How Often Should I See My Dentist?
Dr. Sharma and the American Dental Association recommend that all patients, regardless of age, should see their dentist at least twice a year, or every 6 months. Patients who have ongoing dental issues may need to come in more often. These routine visits are the best ways to keep your teeth clean, healthy, and prevent problems from developing.
One of my teeth is cracked/chipped/broken. Can you fix it?
We can fix it in a few different ways actually. For small chips, we can use direct bonding to restore your tooth in just one visit. If the damage is a little more extensive, we may suggest that you get a filling or a crown. If you are dealing with multiple damaged teeth, we may be able to improve their overall appearance with porcelain veneers as well.
Can you replace my missing teeth?
We can replace a row of missing teeth using a dental bridge, and we can even replace a large amount of missing teeth with a set of dentures. We can also offer you dental implants, which are the most comprehensive, reliable, and healthy option for teeth replacement available today. Unlike other treatments, dental implants are often a permanent solution to missing teeth!
My teeth are healthy, but they look awful. What can I do?
We have a variety of cosmetic treatments that can improve, enhance, and revitalize just about every aspect of your smile. We can do everything from improving the color with teeth-whitening to giving you a complete smile makeover with porcelain veneers. The only question you need to ask is, “How beautiful can my smile truly be?”
My gums are tender and red. Should I be concerned?
Redness, swelling, and soreness are all signs of the early stages of gum disease. You should contact us as soon as you can for treatment because gum disease only tends to get worse over time. We can help restore the health of your gums using high-quality periodontal therapy.
I just knocked out a tooth! Can you help me?
We can! We offer immediate emergency dental services for anyone who has knocked out a tooth or has experienced any kind of dental trauma. If you suddenly injure your teeth or are in extreme dental pain, be sure to u so we can see you as soon as possible and save your smile.
Will you accept my insurance?
We accept dental insurance from most providers and will even file your claims for you! Just look at our insurance page and call if you have any questions about using your dental insurance. If you currently don’t have insurance, we can offer you financing options as well.