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Frequently Asked Questions

New patients should arrive 30 – 45 minutes prior to your appointment. This will give you and our staff the necessary time to gather information and fil out paperwork.

Returning patients should arrive 15 minutes before the time of their appointment.

A regular dentist check-up is important because we are able to keep your teeth and gums both clean and healthy. 

We recommend that you visit a dentist every 6 months. Your dental professional may recommend more.

Fluoride is a mineral that helps strengthen your teeth. Using it will also help you to prevent cavities.

Brushing your teeth at least twice a day. Ideally using a fluoride toothpaste.

Daily flossing also removes the leftover food and bacteria that is hidden within the crevices of the tooth.

Curbing your sweet-tooth will help tremendously. Food and drinks that are high in sugary content do major damage to your teeth over time. Especially if they aren’t managed well.

Going to the dentist regularly will ensure that your teeth are being managed properly by a professional. Regular teeth cleanings are essential to the health of your smile.

Start oral hygiene practices early by being a good example.

Having your children begin brushing their teeth every morning with you as part of a routine will allow them to comfortable with teeth cleaning.

Also, introducing them to a dentist at a young age will make it easier when they get older to visit.

Each child responds differently, but turning the act of brushing your teeth into a game, a sing-a-long or something they can enjoy works wonders.

Sensitive teeth usually means that tooth decay is occurring and some of your enamel has worn away. There are also chances that sensitive teeth can have a different underlying problem.

Speak your dentist about sensitive teeth to get to the root of the problem. 

Otherwise, toothpaste for sensitive teeth is available. Fluoride gel can help ease oral pain as well. Avoid brushing your teeth hard and acidic foods.

Whitening toothpastes work by attacking the stains on the surface of teeth. Although this seems like it may help, ignoring the underlying problem will only delay the issue. Teeth begin to change color once they are stained no only on the outside, but throughout the tooth.

Non-whitening toothpastes work by not only attacking the outside stain, but also by restoring the health of your teeth and mouth. Unless you already have very white teeth, whitening toothpaste will not show much of a result.

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Our office uses the latest advancements in technology to help our patients. With our high innovative technology and state-of-the-art dental provisions, we strive to provide the best dental care in Evansville, Indiana.

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Our team is made up of an all American trained group of superb dentists and oral hygienists.

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