Our team at Midtown Smiles will do a complimentary insurance benefits check for all patients who have insurance. We work with most major insurances and gladly file the claims for our patients. Our patients know ahead of time what their estimated co-payments will be so they can be prepared to pay their portion at time of service.
You want a whiter smile and we want to see you twice a year to keep up with your oral care. That’s why we offer our Whitening for Life program. It’s our reward to you for keeping up with your oral hygiene.
There is a one time fee of $199 to cover your impressions and custom trays. Then, every time you come in for your cleanings, we’ll give you new whitening solution. You are able to whiten your teeth, on your time, at the comfort of your own home.
Oh, and it’s FREE every time!
To ensure payment is never a concern in order to get the you a healthy, confident smile, we also offer a Dental Savings Program here at Midtown Smiles. This program is a discount plan (not an insurance plan) to provide affordability and greater access to quality dental care which includes benefits such as:
No year maximums
No claim forms
No pre-authorization requirements
No pre-existing condition limitations
Immediate eligibility (no waiting periods)
Free Ortho and/or Cosmetic Consults
By being a member of our savings program you will have coverage for comprehensive, periodic and emergency exams as well as two cleanings a year, and discounted rates for other procedures such as crowns, fillings, whitening, dentures and so much more!
Snacking is an activity we all do and what we choose to snack on is important. Snacks that are full of sugar such as candy or cake may taste good, but are not good for our teeth. In addition to the sugar these types of snacks contain large amounts of fat. Sugary snacks if eaten regularly can cause tooth decay. At our practice, we provide our patients with guidelines for healthy eating, and always promote healthy choices to keep teeth free of harmful bacteria.READ MORE
Creating an oral hygiene routine at home is important to help maintain your oral health and keep your teeth and gums feeling great. Brushing and flossing each day is extremely important, and the order in which you do these two items is a common question. Many wonder which way gives the most benefit.READ MORE
Tooth sensitivity is a common problem, and many patients encounter pain or discomfort when they eat certain foods that are hot or cold. According to the Academy of General Dentistry, around 40 million adults suffer from sensitivity. Usually, the pain is temporary and can be treated to improve, but not cure the condition.READ MORE
Dental mouthguards may be worn to prevent patients from grinding or clenching their teeth. They are also used to help with sleep apnea symptoms, and to protect teeth from injury during sports. At our practice, we work with patients who have concerns about protecting their teeth, and part of our evaluation process is to determine if patients may benefit from a mouthguard.READ MORE
Plaque is a sticky bacteria that forms on our teeth. This bacteria attaches to surfaces in the mouth and forms a film on the teeth. In order to keep your teeth and mouth heathy this plaque should be removed regularly. If plaque is not removed the bacteria can accumulate from saliva. The plaque then forms a hard substance that can be white or yellow, and this is called tartar. Plaque and tartar bacteria can damage tooth enamel and lead to cavities.READ MORE
Cosmetic dentists can help enhance or improve the appearance of your teeth, gums, and jaw. If you are unhappy with your smile, or have cracked, broken, or misshapen teeth, finding a good cosmetic dentist is important. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on the overall appearance of your smile. This includes the color, shape, size, and position of your teeth.READ MORE
Dental implants are an investment, and after you go through the process and finally have that perfect smile, it is important to care for them properly. Watching what you eat or chew on helps to ensure your implants stay in great condition. There are certain foods patients should avoid with their dental implants to help keep them looking and feeling great.READ MORE
Patients that choose to move forward with the dental implant process wonder how painful the procedure will be. Dental implants look and feel natural in the mouth, and are a great restorative solution for those that have missing, cracked, or broken teeth. Our customized treatment plans work for each patient’s needs, and we work closely with our patients every step of the way.READ MORE
When you decide to invest in dental implants to restore your smile, you want to make sure you find the perfect dentist.READ MORE
If you have missing, damaged, or broken teeth and are looking for the perfect restoration solution, dental implants may be the right choice for you.READ MORE