Frequently Asked Questions

How much should I expect to pay?

Every patient is different! Many factors such as procedures and insurance can come into play, so we will go over expected payments when you come into the office.

Are you taking new patients?

Yes! All Dental Depot locations are always eagerly accepting new patients.

What are your hours?

Each location has varying hours, please find you location here to find its hours of operation!

Which doctor do you recommend?

Our doctors have been providing great care to patients for over 35 years, so no matter which doctor you see you’ll be in great hands!

Do you offer sedation dentistry?

We have many options to make our patients more comfortable and we can discuss those when you come in the office.

Do you offer bleaching?

Absolutely! We have great success with our whitening systems, you can learn more about teeth whitening here.

Do Teeth Whitening Toothpastes Really Work?

Whitening toothpastes contain mild abrasives to remove surface stains and make your teeth appear a little whiter. While not actually bleaching your teeth, whitening toothpastes have polishing agents and special chemicals that are more effective than regular toothpastes against stains. Whitening toothpastes are ideal for coffee or tea drinkers, smokers and people who want to remove mild surface stains.

At what age should my child first visit a dentist?

Our recommendations are that we start introducing children to dentist at age 1~2.  In some instances, it may be as simple as familiarizing a child with the dentist and starting things off with a “Happy” visit.  In other instances, the initial visit may consist of a routine cleaning.

What is TMJ?

The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, is the ball and socket joint that connects the lower jaw to the upper jaw. Muscles that open and close the mouth stabilize the temporomandibular joint. Pain or tenderness in these muscles due to wear and tear is referred to as a TMJ disorder.

Is Nitrous Oxide Safe?

Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is a weak anesthetic that is very safe because it’s mild and non-addictive. After inhaling nitrous oxide, you remain fully conscious and aware. There are no side effects to speak of, but if you have any respiratory problems talk with your dentist before use.

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