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Frequently Asked Dental Questions – Belmont, NH

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We love to educate our patients, and we are always eager to answer any questions you may have. After all, the more you know about your oral health, the better equipped you are to care for it. Below, we have listed some questions that our patients commonly ask. If you do not see the answer to your specific question, we hope you will give us a call so we can personally satisfy your curiosity.

Can You Help in a Dental Emergency?

Yes! If you find yourself in sudden need of dental care, call us right away. We will make room in our schedule so we can see you as soon as possible. We want to relieve your pain and protect your oral health from further damage.

Do You Accept My Insurance?

We happily accept payment from most PPO plans, and we are in-network with Delta Dental. If you have specific questions about how we handle insurance, please contact us directly.

What Is the Best Way to Replace My Lost Tooth?

In most cases, a dental implant is the best way to replace a lost tooth. It rebuilds the tooth from the root up and provides long-lasting function, outstanding aesthetics, and remarkable stability.

How Often Should I Visit the Dentist?

Most adults should visit the dentist every six months for a cleaning and checkup. However, individuals with periodontal (gum) disease or other health conditions may benefit from more frequent visits.

How Can I Improve the Way My Teeth Look?

Excellent oral hygiene and OTC whitening products can enhance the appearance of your teeth, but the aesthetic impact of such measures is minimal. If you want to transform your smile, visit us to talk about our cosmetic services. Professional whitening, porcelain veneers, or another treatment may be able to help you achieve your dream look.

Is There a Way to Straighten My Teeth Without Braces?

Metal braces are extremely effective, but they are not the only treatment that can correct orthodontic issues. Many patients are candidates for Invisalign, which uses clear plastic aligners to straighten teeth. The aligners are much more discreet than traditional metal braces.