The first step towards a beautiful, healthy smile is to schedule an appointment. Please contact our office at (856) 845-4390 or complete our online appointment request.
If you need to fill out any forms (especially if you are a new patient) you can find several forms by clicking here – Patient Forms. Fill out the forms and bring them with you.
For your convenience, we accept cash, personal checks, money orders, and most major credit cards. Payment is expected at the time services are performed. Feel free to contact our office If your treatment plan requires more comprehensive dental work and you want to discuss financial arrangements.
Please contact our office for Insurance details. We look forward to hearing from you.
As a service to our patients, we are pleased to offer dental financing through CareCredit®, the nation’s leading patient payment program as well as Chase Health Advance. Below you will find more information about our dental financing program. Interested in applying? Simply download, print and complete a CareCredit Application and bring it in on your next dental appointment.
With CareCredit you can finance 100% of your dental care and there are no upfront costs, no annual fees, and no pre-payment penalties. So, you can begin your treatment today and conveniently pay with low, monthly payments.
CareCredit offers a full range of payment plans so you can find one that works best for you. With the popular No Interest Payment Plans* there are no interest charges if you pay your balance in full within the specified time period. Monthly payments can be as low as 3% of your balance. For procedure fees from $1,000 and up, CareCredit offers 24, 36, or 48 month plan options with low monthly payments available.
To Apply Online: http://www.carecredit.com/apply/
CareCredit can be used by the whole family for ongoing treatment without having to reapply and by using dental financing such as CareCredit for your dental care, you can save your other credit cards for household or unplanned expenses.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of the most frequently asked questions patients have about dentistry and oral health issues. If you have any other questions, or would like to schedule an appointment, we would love to hear from you.
Q: I have heard that oral appliances for sleep apnea aren’t very successful, is that true?
A: With oral appliances you get what you pay for. The less expensive the appliance, the less likely it is to work well. The success of an oral appliance depends on which kind of appliance is chosen, the individual anatomy of the patient and how severe the sleep apnea is. We only use oral appliances that are adjustable, durable and comfortable, which increases our chance for success. Although there are no guarantees in life, our personal success rate is very high.
Q: Do I have to have an overnight sleep study to get an appliance?
A: Yes, you do. We follow the guidelines and standards set out by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, which states “the presence or absence of sleep apnea must be determined before initiating treatment with oral appliances to identify those patients at risk due to complications of sleep apnea and to provide a baseline to establish the effectiveness of subsequent treatment”. Even if you are just wanting an appliance because you snore, we still require a sleep study to be done.
Normally we request that the initial sleep study be ordered by your primary care physician, as we like to work closely with the doctor in charge of your health care. If you do not have a physician you are currently seeing, our office will be able to refer you to a sleep lab for the overnight sleep study. We will need the sleep study results prior to fitting you for an oral appliance.
Q: Are there any side effects to wearing an oral appliance?
A: The most common side effects are temporary and can include increased salivation, some tenderness in the jaw joint and/or muscles of mastication, sore teeth and a temporary feeling that the bite is “off” after removing the appliance in the morning. Scientific literature has noted that in a ten year study, minor bite shifting occurred in patients with severe malocclusion who did nothing to reset their bite each morning after wearing the appliance.
Increased salivation usually improves on its own after a few days to a week or so. Tenderness in the jaw joint and muscles can be remedied with specific exercises and massages and sore teeth can be helped by adjusting the fit of the appliance. Very rarely do we find that a patient has to stop wearing their appliance because of a problem with the appliance.
Q: Are oral appliances uncomfortable?
A: If the oral appliance is uncomfortable you won’t wear it, so we do our best to make sure it is as comfortable as possible. Each person is different in how quickly they become accustomed to the appliance, some adapt very quickly (within a few days) others may take several weeks. If you are already used to wearing something in your mouth, like an orthodontic retainer or night guard, the time it takes you to adapt is generally shorter. The appliance is custom fit and lightweight making insertion and removal quick and simple.
Q: How much does an oral appliance cost and will my insurance cover it?
A: We are contracted with most major medical insurance and the majority of plans include coverage for a custom oral appliance under the durable medical equipment (DME) benefit. Plan benefits very, but are usually subject to specialist co-pays, deductibles and co-insurance amounts. We are only able to give an out of pocket estimate after we have verified the insurance information.
Q: How long do oral appliances last?
A: Depending on how well the appliance is cared for, whether the person is a heavy bruxer and if the appliance is kept out of reach of animals, the life time is around 5 years. Some have worn the same appliance for 10 years or more!
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