A: No, we are a general practice that takes both children and adults as patients.

A: We use a very mild sedative, Nitrous Oxide, otherwise known as “laughing gas,” for all children under 9 years old during treatment. It’s a colorless and odorless gas inhaled with a mask that fits over the nose. It keeps the patient fully awake and is solely used to quickly relax patients.

A: We accept all patients in and out of network. Check our insurance tab for eligibility of Medicaid and private insurances, and if you still have any questions about your specific insurance, feel free to give us a call!
A: Yes, we do implants at our office and offer a consultation with CT scan followed up by the implant appointment. However, we do not do implant- retained or implant-secured dentures. Give us a call if you have any questions.
A: No, unfortunately we do not do partial or full mouth dentures at our practice.
A: We are open on some Saturdays of the month for recall cleaning patients only. This means we do not do any treatments or new-patient appointments on Saturday. To check our Saturday availability, give us a call.
A: Yes, we accept walk-in appointments. Just be aware that there may be a wait time, depending on how busy our staff is in assisting other patients at the time you arrive.
A: For self-pay patients, we offer a membership plan that offers a free cleaning once a year, and discounts on your treatment. If you’re interested in being a Kidental member, give us a call and ask us about our membership plans before your visit!

A: Dental emergencies usually involve one or more symptoms:

  • Pain around the gums or a tooth

  • Swelling around the gums

  • A crown or filling coming out

  • Chipped tooth

  • Dislodged or knocked-out teeth

If you’ve determined your symptoms are a dental emergency, give us a call and we will try to see you for a Limited Exam within 24-48 hours. Your limited examination will include x-rays and consultation solely for the teeth giving you trouble. 

A: We recommend patients see the dentist for regular checkups and cleanings twice a year. Patients may require more than two cleanings if their oral hygiene needs to be monitored more frequently. Not only are these visits important to remove the natural plaque and tartar buildup accumulated over the previous six months but also to catch signs of decay and prevent cavities.

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Monday: 7 AM – 3 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM – 6 PM
Wednesday – Friday: 7 AM – 3 PM
Saturdays: CALL ONLY

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