To ensure every patient's safety, we have made very careful changes to our infection control procedures that may seem excessive. I want to ensure that coming into our office will be just as safe as entering your own home, if not safer. This includes protocols of installing medical grade HEPA-13 air filters, hospital grade disinfectants, sterilization protocols, and continued screening of every staff member.
The cost of your treatment may vary depending on your individual needs and treatment plan. Our staff will discuss your payment options and the cost of treatment to help you make the most informed choice for you family.
Payment Options We know your smile is important and forever. Our practice accepts most major credit cards and alternative payment options can be made in advance.
Insurance Most major insurance companies and PPO's are accepted. Our office will assist with insurance paperwork and filing claims to ensure you get the most out of your dental plan coverage. We want to make sure you understand your insurance benefits.
Please let us know if you have any questions about your insurance coverage; and let us know how we can help to make your entire dental experience a pleasant one.
Some research has shown that there are ingredients in dark chocolate that benefit your teeth, but there are some trade-offs to consider. Dark chocolate has less sugar than milk chocolate, but if you eat a full bar of dark chocolate, you are probably eating around 20 grams of sugar in one sitting. In general, added sugar in your diet should not exceed between 25-36 grams, and eating higher amounts of sugar can also contribute to tooth decay in the long-run. While plain dark chocolate is probably a better dessert option than most, it is still best to be enjoyed in moderation to reduce the amount of added sugar in your diet.