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Yes! An implant is a titanium post that is surgically placed into your jawbone. After it heals, it provides the supportive structure for a denture or crown. We do perform the procedure that sets the implant in place in our office. Once your new implant is in place, we create your new smile. Implant crowns are often a great way to replace one or a few teeth. Implant-supported dentures are a more permanent, better functioning alternative to traditional dentures. They look beautiful and natural, giving you confidence in your appearance.×
Nitrous oxide is available to you, upon request, for procedural concerns or for anxiety and may be used, as needed, to help you undergo the treatment itself. During your first appointment, we will discuss options and any concerns with you, and your treatment will be planned accordingly.×
Yes, we do offer digital X-rays (radiographs). Digital X-rays use less radiation and are safer than traditional film X-rays. You will find that, at Huntsman Dental, we research the latest trends in technology to find the solutions that promote your overall health, safety, and comfort.×
You are important to us. We offer monthly payment plans with our financial partner, CareCredit®. Payment options are tailored to fit comfortably into your personal or family financial goals so you can pay for your treatment. We work with you to create the solution that meets your needs so you can have the beautiful, healthy smile you have always wanted.×
For patients who have insurance, we are happy to assist in processing your insurance claims in order to maximize your benefits. While insurance is designed to help offset the cost of dental care, it's important to note that insurance estimates and pre-authorizations are not a guarantee of payment from the insurance company. We ask patients to note that the insurance policy is a contract between them or their employer and the insurance company. Regardless of insurance coverage, financial arrangements between each patient and our practice will ultimately be the patients' responsibility.×
Many people suffer from severe anxiety when they visit the dentist. Conscious sedation may be the right option for you! You usually take two pills an hour before your appointment. You'll be asleep during conscious sedation, and you will have little or no recollection of the procedure. A friend or family member should be available after your appointment, as you will be unable to drive yourself when your procedure is complete. This is a great option for surgeries, longer procedures, or anytime you would like to be more comfortable.×