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How often should I visit my dentist?

Dr. Chimmiri and Dr. Blackwell agree with the American Dental Association on this one: patients of all ages should visit their dentist at least twice a year for a standard checkup and cleaning. Basically, these are two of the best ways you can keep your teeth healthy and avoid small dental issues from turning into big ones.

Can you fix my chipped/cracked/broken teeth?

Yes we can! We have a variety of restorative treatments that can address these specific issues. Typically, you can have a tooth repaired in as little as two visits to our office, and before you know it, your smile will look and feel better than ever before.

Can you replace my missing teeth?

We actually have a few ways we can do this depending on your particular tooth loss. If you are missing a single tooth or a row of teeth, we can replace them using a dental bridge.  Also, if you are missing most of your teeth or an entire row, we can get you a natural-looking set of dentures. However, for the most permanent and best-looking solution, we may suggest dental implants. Compared to other tooth replacement options, they’re in a league of their own, and they provide the next best thing to real teeth.

Can you make my smile look better?

Thanks to our variety of cosmetic treatments, we can make your smile into anything you want! We can provide anything from a subtle touch-up to a complete makeover, so if you’re ready to improve who you see in the mirror every day, just let us know and we can help you!

Will you take my dental insurance?

We are in-network with many of the big providers of dental insurance, and we’ll always do our best to make it as easy as possible for you to use your benefits. If you have any questions about how we can use your particular plan to help you save on your dental care, just contact us today with your questions.