Restorative Treatments FAQ
Are restorative dentistry treatments covered by insurance?
Exact coverage will always depend on your specific plan. That said, most dental insurance plans cover some part of most restorative procedures. Contact us to learn how much of the treatment your insurance plan will cover.
How often does a child need to be checked for tooth decay?
We recommend 2 dental exams every year, about 6 months apart for most children. At dental exams, we’ll check for signs of decay and recommend treatments as needed, always explaining our reasoning and answering all of your questions.
My child has special needs and has trouble at the dentist. Can you still perform restorative treatments?
Our dental team has extensive experience with and enjoys working with children who have special needs, including kids with down syndrome, cerebral palsy, children on the autism spectrum, or those who suffer from dental anxiety.