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Frequently Asked Dental Questions – Naperville, IL

Answering Your Important Dental Questions

Do you have any specific questions after browsing our website? We’re here to help! On this page, we’ve included the answers to some of the ones that our patients most commonly ask. If yours isn’t on this page, call us so we can address your concerns.

Will you accept my insurance?

Most likely, yes! We offer in-network savings with several major plans, like Aetna, Cigna, and Delta Dental Premier. Additionally, we accept virtually all PPO plans and will even handle the paperwork on your behalf.

What if I don’t have dental insurance?

No problem! We can help our uninsured patients apply for a low-interest loan through CareCredit. Our in-house Grand Advantage Plan can net you savings on most treatments in exchange for a low annual fee.

When should I first take my child to the dentist?

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, your child should attend their first dental appointment once their first tooth has erupted, or by their first birthday – whichever comes first. This appointment can help set the groundwork for a lifetime of healthy smiles.

Does my dental insurance cover orthodontic treatment?

Orthodontic treatment may or may not be covered under your dental insurance. It all depends on the unique details of your plan. The best way to know for sure is to directly call your insurance company and ask. Our team can also help you navigate the details of your plan.

Does your dental office have special Covid-19 precautions in place?

At our Naperville dental office, we have implemented several additional safety protocols to ensure our patients and team members stay safe and healthy each and every day.

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I have a toothache. Should I visit an emergency dentist?

A toothache often indicates an infection below your tooth’s surface. If you’re experiencing persistent pain that doesn’t subside, you should contact us right away for prompt diagnosis and treatment.