You can call us at 509-886-0500 to discuss an appointment or to change an existing appointment.
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill out any needed paperwork.
Dental Insurance Card (if applicable) and Identification such as Driver's License, Military ID or State ID
Gum Disease is caused by calcified plaque and bacteria in the gums which results in infection of the tissue. Maintaining good brushing and flossing routines at home and regular dental cleanings are the best way to prevent gum disease.
Early diagnosis is very important in improving prevention of oral cancer. When you have dental cleanings you will be screened for oral cancer, so it is important to keep up with routine professional cleanings.
Exposed or weakened areas of the teeth can cause sensitivity when exposed to hot and cold temperatures and touch. It is important to let your dentist know about these sensitivities so we can help you with in-office treatments or provide product suggestions for home use. Avoid excessive consumption of acidic foods and beverages, harsh brushing, and abrasive toothpaste when experiencing hypersensitivity.
We are accepting Aetna PPO, Anthem, Ameritas, Aflac, Benefit Administrative System, Cigna PPO, Carpenters Trust, Colonial Life Dental, Connection Dental, Delta Dental PPO, Delta Dental Premier.
Yes, but we don't accept Medicaid.
We collect an estimate based off insurance benefits the day of treatment. After insurance pays we would either send a statement or reimburse the patient. We are normally very close to the actual amount.
We preauthorize treatment so we can explain to patient thoroughly.
Most insurances have a deductible.
We offer 20% discount.
There can be waiting periods, but we will verify with your insurance
You can use HSA or FSA.
Yes, we submit pre-authorizations. We accept Care Credit.
We offer discounts.