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Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I see my dentist?

Dr. Mohtashami, Dr. Klein, along with the American Dental Association, recommend that patients should see their dentist for a cleaning and check-up at least twice a year. This will give the team at All Bright Dental the chance to clean your teeth and allow the doctors the chance to catch small issues like tooth decay and gum disease early.

Can you help me with my missing teeth?

Yes we can! We actually have a few ways we can do this. If you have a few missing teeth in a row, we can replace them with a bridge. Or, if you are missing teeth throughout your mouth, they can be restored with a set of dentures. However, if you want a more permanent solution, we recommend dental implants. They replace your teeth both above and below the gum line, and this makes them the most reliable and long lasting tooth replacement option available.

I don’t like how my smile looks, can you make it more beautiful?

With our variety of cosmetic treatments, we can enhance just about every part of your smile. We can do everything from simply making your teeth whiter to giving you a complete smile makeover. Dr. Mohtashami is one of the foremost authorities in cosmetic dentistry in the area, so you know your smile will be in good hands.

My dentures constantly slip and are uncomfortable. Can you help?

We can! Implant-retained dentures fit better, last longer, and provide a much stronger bite force than traditional dentures. They are actually much better for your long term oral health as well. If you’re tired of dealing with your dentures, give us a call today and we can help you get the last set of dentures you’ll ever need.

I’m extremely nervous about seeing the dentist. What should I do?

We completely understand these feelings and see them in a lot of patients. We have a variety of sedation techniques that can help you manage your dental anxiety. We’ll always take the time to listen to your concerns, so don’t hesitate to let us know if you’re feeling a bit stressed about your upcoming dental appointment.