Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Care
- How can I pay for my dental care?
- I have been thinking about getting veneers, I don’t want them to look unnatural, will people notice that I have fake teeth?
- When is the most important time to brush your teeth?
- What is tooth erosion? How can I prevent it?
- How do I get my Toddler to brush his teeth, and enjoy it?
Payments are accepted by cash, debit, Visa, or Mastercard. We also offer direct electronic billing to insurance companies. Learn more about financing your dental work here.
People who know you well will notice that your teeth have been improved and that your smile is bigger than ever, but your veneers will not look any less natural than real teeth to people you don’t know.
Brushing your teeth at least twice a day is essential, but if you only had time for one brushing you should make sure to do it at night. All of the build up from the day will continue to deteriorate your teeth when you sleep.
Tooth erosion is the wearing away of the tooth’s enamel. Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our bodies and helps to protect our teeth from harmful germs. When a great amount of acid is present or an abundance of saliva builds up teeth may begin to erode. To prevent this from happening make sure to engage in a healthy diet cutting back on carbonated drinks, and making sure to rinse your mouth after consuming acidic products.
Children respond to visual stimulation, so make sure to give your child a fun looking brush, one with their favorite character or color on it. Make sure to set a good example for your child by practicing proper health care on your own,and encourage them when they take the initiative to brush without be reminded.