Do you have questions about Genesis Dental? Here you’ll find answers to the most commonly asked questions about us and our practice. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, give us a call at the location you desire. We’d love to help answer any additional questions you may have.
You will need to fill out a new patient form and a medical history form, which you can download on our website. On the form, it will ask some basic questions about yourself and your mouth’s health. You will also need to have your dental insurance information on hand to answer those questions. Please bring the form to your appointment!
There are benefits to having dental insurance. We accept a number of dental insurance plans. If you’d like to know if we accept yours, give us a call! We’re happy to assist you.
Absolutely! Dental treatments should be affordable and accessible. Genesis Dental offers affordable dental and orthodontic care for those who don’t have insurance through our loyalty plan. It’s 20$ per person per year and you can use it as many times as you want. You don’t want to miss learning about this great plan!
Genesis Dental is here when you need us. We respect your time and value a personalized experience! Your appointment will vary depending on your needs, but please plan on 1 to 1.5 hours for your first visit.
To maintain healthy teeth and gums, seeing a dentist regularly for cleaning and checkups is important. We suggest visiting us at Genesis Dental at least once every six months or twice a year. If you have pain or discomfort in your teeth or gums, don’t wait until the six-month mark. Please come in and see us so we can ease the discomfort.
Yes! We’re always available when you need us. If you have an emergency, don’t put it off. Call the nearest Genesis Dental location to make sure we have a dentist or orthodontist in the office or on call.
Typically, we provide white amalgam fillings because they last a long time while looking like a natural tooth. However, we are always ready to accommodate your needs. We can provide fillings of other materials by request or in special cases where it might be necessary
We primarily offer nitrous oxide, also known as, laughing gas.
We typically tell our patients to prepare for a long-lasting, really reliable replacement tooth. It’s like having a tooth back. It does take 3-6 months before the process is done and it can entail a number of different steps. We’ll walk you through the process during your appointment and answer any questions you may have about your dental treatment.
We use a titanium implant and a lab-built custom lab crown for dental implants. We choose to use these materials to create an implant that lasts a long time and looks and feels like a natural tooth.
With regular care, a dental implant should last at least 10 years. We strive to take care of your smile and will help provide you with the necessary care to help it last. If you have any other questions about dental implants, please reach out, we’d love to help.
AAofP recommends bringing in your child(ren) at the age of 18 months but we suggest no later than two or three years of age. When you bring them to us, we strive to create an experience that helps your children be comfortable at the dentist. We believe that once a child has a good experience at the dentist, they will have a better experience every time.
We start off by providing a calm and comfortable environment as soon as they walk in the door. Our dentists are well-versed with issues children face and take responsibility to create a great experience with them. When the cleaning starts, we offer a variety of distraction techniques for children such as providing televisions on the ceiling for them to watch.
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We provide a wide variety of services, including:
Our free consultation includes an examination by the doctor with a full explanation of the treatment plan, any dental insurance benefits, a cost estimate as well as financing options. This way, you can leave with a full understanding.
We offer two options:
A common side effect of teeth whitening is sensitivity. The great thing about coming to see the dentist for teeth whitening is that we can treat that sensitivity!
Professional teeth whitening at a dental office uses a stronger bleach, so you get faster, better results that last longer. A dentist can also help treat sensitivity, which is a common side-effect.
We do! If you’re in search of fixing a “gummy” smile, consider gum recontouring. This procedure takes some of the gum away to uncover the natural tooth making your teeth look bolder and more pronounced. The procedure is painless due to numbing before the surgery. After 2-3 days, you should be fully healed.
Feel free to contact us at your specified location, so we can answer any other additional questions you may have!