For Patients

Our team of highly skilled Oral Surgeons is ready to assist you

Providing exceptional and seamless patient care is our priority. Let us help you prepare for your visit.

Before your appointment

To provide our best level of customer service when you call, please have the following items available:

  • The referral issued by your surgeon
  • Your dental medical insurance card
  • The name, date of birth, and social security number of the insurance subscriber

Insurance and Financing Options

The friendly administrative team can help you fill out any insurance forms and work with your insurance company to make sure you know exactly what and how much your insurance will cover. The office accepts payment from all major credit card providers and offers Care Credit for patients in need of financial assistance.

Reviews From Previous Patients

Hear from real patients.

"I wasn’t uncomfortable or afraid. He made sure I wasn’t in any pain. Everything was fully explained to me in perfect detail."
-Bobbie R.

"A difficult and painstaking extraction became short and as painless as possible. I cannot recommend them highly enough! Thanks so much!"
-Elise B.

"Exceptional experience. Had a wisdom teeth extraction and they were there for me the whole way."
-Michael K.

Read Some of Our Dental Blogs

See our informative Dental Blogs

What You Should Do When Your Tooth Is Knocked Out

You never expect to have a tooth knocked out of your smile, but unfortunately, this is a reality that millions and millions of people in America have to face through absolutely no fault of their own.

What are the causes of bad breath

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be a cause of awkward situations. If you have this problem, then you will want to know what is causing bad breath. This article discusses the most common reasons for bad breath.

What is dry socket and how can you prevent it

You may have heard your surgeon warning you about a painful condition called dry socket. If you are preparing for a tooth extraction, then you NEED to be aware of this condition and what you can do to prevent it. Read on if you want to prevent dry socket and the accompanying pain.