How can we help you?
We are happy to answer questions about our services and procedures.
These are a selection of some common questions that patients have. If your question isn't answered here, please contact our office. It's important to us that our patients understand their dental care.
At White Oak Smiles, we accept medicaid and most PPO dental insurance plans to help our patients reduce their out-of-pocket expenses for treatment. You will also find that we provide competitively priced dentistry to make high-quality dental care affordable for our patients.
We also offer compassionate finance payment plan to make it easier for patients who pay for their dentistry over time with manageable monthly payments.
Contact our dental office today if you have questions about your dental insurance or your treatment plan.
We strive to make dental treatments as affordable as possible for our patients. If paying for your dental treatment over time in monthly payments is more convenient for your budget, we invite you to contact us at (430) 201-2511 to learn more about compassionate finance payment plan.We also accept care credit
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is here to help you get the dental treatment you need without breaking the bank.
Dentures and Partials
It will take your mouth some time to get used to the feel of dentures. After a few months, however, you will feel comfortable eating and speaking with your dentures in and experience little to no soreness or discomfort. If you ever do experience soreness or if your dentures aren’t fitting right, please let us know.
One of the priorities in our dental office is to provide comfortable, gentle dentistry for our patients. Dental extraction treatment is no different. Before we begin, we will discuss your history with dental care. If you have difficulty getting numb, let us know. We can take some extra time anesthetizing your tooth to make sure you have a comfortable experience. Gentle care is important to us and since each patient is different, we will discuss any concerns you may have before we even begin.
It is normal to have some discomfort and swelling following a dental extraction. Typically, this can be addressed with over-the-counter medication such as ibuprofen. We will talk to you about dosing recommendations and what to expect as you recover. Fortunately, the human mouth heals fairly quickly, as long as you avoid certain behaviors such as smoking and drinking through a straw following treatment.
You will likely feel a dramatic improvement in a couple of days and will feel completely healed within a week or two. We will schedule a follow-up exam to monitor your healing and make sure that everything is on track. We will be here with you every step of the way.
We also offer a number of options for replacing missing teeth, if necessary. Contact us for an appointment and we will go over everything with you, so you feel comfortable with your dental treatment.