Frequently Asked Questions 

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1. How Much Does A Tooth Extraction cost?

Extraction costs can vary depending on the complexity of the extraction & tooth anatomy, could be a simple extraction or surgical extractions, they usually start from $180 on. 

2. Is a broken tooth a dental emergency?

Yes, it is, not all cases of a broken tooth are serious, upon examination the dentist can advise of the same. A broken tooth should not be taken lightly and the patient must seek immediate advise 

3. Are dental X-rays safe?

Yes they are.

4. Do teeth need fluoride?

Yes, it is advised to use fluoride toothpaste as Fluoride helps in preventing tooth decay and protects the teeth against cavities.

5. How do fillings work?

Fillings are made from resin materials which are placed on teeth surfaces once the caries( decay) in the tooth has been removed, fillings help in ensuring that no food particles or plaque gets accumulated in the cavity

6. Can I whiten my teeth at home?

There are many home kits available but they are either too harsh on the teeth enamel or ineffective. Therefore, to get the maximum benefits, make sure that you see a dentist to get a full examination & they can discuss with you the right teeth whitening procedures.

7. Why are regular dental assessments so important?

Dental assessments are important to maintain good oral health which if go unnoticed can also impact general health, maintaining good gum health can prevent loss of teeth, gingivitis & other teeth related issues which can be resolved early on when the symptoms are minor and the course of treatment is simpler. Also, visiting your dentist often ensures that your dental hygiene is impeccable.

8. Why are oral hygiene care routines important?

Oral hygiene routines are crucial in maintaining the health of your gums and teeth. Moreover, if ignored, it can also affect the general health of a patient.

9. Why is snacking harmful to your teeth?

Most snacks contain high sugar and carbohydrates content. If they are consumed without brushing the teeth or late at night can lead to decay or cavities and other dental problems.

10. How often should I get a Teeth Cleaning?

It is generally recommended to have a teeth cleaning every 6 months. A dentist can, however, suggest a more frequent cleaning depending on the patients oral health.

11. How much does a dental check up cost and are they important?

Visiting your dentist every 6 months can bring down the treatment cost drastically. Regular dental check ups are very important to monitor the health of your teeth and gums.

12. How can I improve my oral hygiene?

Improving your oral hygiene involves simple tasks like brushing your teeth twice a day ,floss daily and make sure to see your dentist once every six months.

13. What is the difference between general and cosmetic dentistry?

General dentistry includes check up & clean, fillings, etc.
Cosmetic dentistry involves teeth whitening, veneers, crowns and digital smile design 

14. What payment options do you offer?

We offer many kinds of payment options.
We offer HICAPS on the spot health fund claiming, Afterpay payment plans. For a better understanding, contact your dentist regarding the same.

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