What precautions do you take to ensure patient safety?
Your safety is priority at our office. The rooms are thoroughly disinfected between patients, and all of our instruments are heat sterilized. When possible, we use disposable products. Our entire team is familiar with and adheres to guidelines set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and receives continuous updates from the American Dental Association.
My gums bleed after I brush. Is this something to be concerned about?
Bleeding gums can be a sign of gum disease, which has been linked to diabetic complications, cardiac conditions, low birth weight, and other health problems. Gum disease is also the leading cause of tooth loss for American adults. Every patient should have a periodontal health evaluation at least twice a year. During your periodontal exam, our hygienist and doctors will measure your gums, check the condition of your jawbone, and search for signs of gum disease. We'll let you know if problems exist, help resolve the problems, and show you how to effectively prevent disease. A high-tech, easy-to-follow computer graphic demonstration will help you understand our suggestions.
I want to know more about changing my smile. What do you suggest?
All of our patients are welcome to a courtesy cosmetic consultation with the dentist. We will listen to your concerns, take digital photographs, and share with you our wealth of cosmetic experience. A vast array of options are available, and we look forward to enlightening you. We will provide you with the information you're interested in so that you can understand what's involved in cosmetic dentistry. Often patients are unaware of the many procedures we provide, and nothing pleases us more than making a patient's smile dreams come true. Visit our smile gallery here to see what we've done for our happy, beautiful patients.
How does the doctor keep up to date on current techniques and technology in dentistry?
Drs. Dheeraj and Dr. Levenbaum are committed to learning the latest and greatest information in dentistry. They regularly attend continuing education, study clubs, seminars, and on occasion, they help companies evaluate new dental products.
I really do not like visiting the dentist. Is there anything you can do to help me relax?
Anxiety over dental care is not at all uncommon. Bad experiences, fear of the unknown, and preconceived concerns can make a person feel stressed and scared. We want to know about your concerns so that we can help you overcome them. It is not uncommon to hear our patients comment on how our team exceeded their expectations and created a dental experience that made them feel completely comfortable and confident. For patients who require medication to calm intense anxiety, we can prescribe a sedative to take before treatment. We want to help change your mind about dentistry. Call today, and tell us about your concerns.
What if I have an emergency when the office is closed?
We are just a phone call away. Simply call the office, and you will receive instructions on how to contact the doctors. Weekends, evenings, and holidays, if our patients have a problem, we want to know about it.
Do you accept dental insurance?
We accept most dental insurance and will help you optimize your benefits. As our guest, you will be treated with honor and gratitude for your patronage. We will file your insurance claim electronically, accept your copay or deductible, and provide options when necessary.