Freuently Asked Questions

1How does An Implant Dentist restore your smile?
An implant dentist may use various dental implants to support a prosthesis such as crowns, bridges, or dentures. The device can also serve an orthodontic function for those who have had their jaws aligned via surgery and now need it controlled again by regular checkups at the doctor’s office every six months while they wait on confirmation of whether this will work before committing fully into permanent fixtures like braces which would take away from other important aspects life has thrown our way!
2When Should I See An Implant Dentist?
If you're missing teeth and your jaw is fully developed, then an implant dentist might be right for you. You'll need good bone tissue to secure the implants or have a suitable graft placed over them so they can attach properly in place of what was removed during treatment.
3How Often Should I Re-visit My Implant Dentist?
Dental implant patients need to visit their implant dentist twice per year for cleanings and checkups.
4What Are Some Signs That You May Need To See An Implant Dentist?
You may be one of the many people who need to see an implant dentist. You could have missing or chipped teeth and dentures that don’t fit properly- resulting in pain when eating certain foods like ice cream! There is a sign of infection on your gums which will likely lead to a painful situation with no treatment option available other than seeing someone specialized in this area called an “Implant Dentist." The jawbone might also be deteriorating away at its Materials causing further damage over time unless something changes soon enough before things get worse.
5How long will my first visit last and what can I expect?

The first visit to the office is by far the most important one. The visit will give Dr. Ahdout the opportunity to understand your concerns and to spend some time getting to know you. Expect to be in the office at least one hour and a half so that we can complete your health history, listen to your concerns, examine you, clean your teeth and discuss treatment and home care recommendations with you. You will also have an opportunity to ask questions. You can reduce the time required in the office by completing the Patient Information and Health History forms in advance. They can be found on this website under the Forms Tab.

6Why Should I See An Implant Dentist?
Dental implants are a great option for those who want their teeth and jaws preserved. They can be beneficial in preserving bone because they avoid cutting down neighboring natural tooth tissue, which helps keep the height of jawbones high enough so you don’t lose function or appearance from having unnecessary bridgework done on top.
7What Does a Cosmetic Dentist Do?
Cosmetic dentistry is an exciting field of medicine that offers many opportunities for patients to improve their smiles. From teeth whitening and veneers, braces, or Invisalign!
8Do you accept dental insurance? Do you offer payment plans?

Yes, we accept all dental PPO and indemnity insurance plans; in addition, we are In-Network with many insurance plans as well. We do not participate in any DHMO plans. Ask the front office for details.

We accept assignment of benefits so that patients are only responsible for deductibles and applicable co-payments on the day services are rendered unless other payment arrangements are made in advance.

Following the presentation of the treatment plan you can discuss payment arrangements with our front office staff; we will do everything possible to make affordable payment arrangements with you.

9What Is The Difference Between a Cosmetic Dentist and a Regular Dentist?
General dentistry is focused on preventing and treating oral disease while cosmetic dentist practices deal with the overall aesthetics of teeth.
10What Is The Difference Between an Orthodontist and a Cosmetic Dentist?
Cosmetic dentistry is the perfect solution for improving your smile when you want to make it look better. Orthodontics, on the other hand, is a specialized type of dental care focused on teeth and jaws that can benefit from an improper bite correction - making this option more popular than ever before!
11Do you offer discounts for cash payments?

Cash discounts may be available depending upon the extent of the treatment needed. Ask the Office Manager for assistance with this matter. Cash discounts are always offered for Invisalign treatment plans when paid in full.

12What Kinds Of Problems Can a Cosmetic Dentist Solve?
Cosmetic dentistry is a great solution for all of your teeth problems. If you're unhappy with the shape, size, or position of any tooth(s), it's time to consult an experienced cosmetic dentist who will be able to fix them quickly and efficiently!
13Is It Expensive To See A Cosmetic Dentist?
Pricing for procedures depends largely on the type of service you're looking to get. Some services have expensive rates while other options are more budget-friendly, and this plays an important role when it comes down to deciding which option will work best in your situation!
14Do I Need To See An Emergency Dentist For A Chip Tooth?
The emergency dentist is a professional who should be consulted if you are experiencing any pain. The delicate parts of your tooth may have been exposed to bacteria that can cause new decay, and they need to evaluate how serious the problem was right away so they know what steps need to be taken next!
15When Should I See An Emergency Dentist?
The symptoms of a dental emergency are sudden swelling, pain, and discomfort. You may not be able to help yourself if you have oral health problems like knots or bulges on your gums because they can't fix themselves quickly - so don’t just try ignoring them!
16Should I See An Emergency Dentist If My Tooth Was Knocked Out?
When you find yourself in such a situation as this, immediately go to your emergency dentist and avoid touching the tooth. Gently hold on/around it so as not to damage the root before thoroughly rinsing out any food or bacteria that may be present with cold tap water (this will help keep further infection at bay). You need to protect roots by ensuring they stay intact; don't scrub away!
17What Should I Do If My Child’s Baby Tooth Is Knocked Out?
You should contact an emergency dentist as soon as possible. A baby tooth should not be replanted due to the potential damage while they develop into adulthood and can risk permanent loss of function in this case if left untreated or treated wrongfully by someone else.
18What Is The Best Way to Deal With Noticeable Swelling?
Swelling is usually due to an infection, and if said swelling causes you difficulty breathing or eye swelling? You need to see an emergency dentist right away. Don’t put heat on the affected area as this may lead to further complications such as pain during eating/breathing!
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