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Cosmetic and Family Dentistry for Tulsa, OK - (918) 663.5538

Frequently Asked Questions

It's important to us that we understand your needs and we want to provide you with clear and concise communication. Listed below are common questions our office receives but if your question isn't addressed, please contact us directly.

Do you accept referrals?

We are happy to accept referral from other dental offices as well as from recommendations by our patients to their family and friends. Your referrals are our best compliments!

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What different payment options do you provide?

We are willing to work with each patient to design an optimal payment method and plan. We accept cash, personal checks and all major credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Your insurance plan co-pay is due at the time of your visit, but we can bill deductible payments over a period of time according to your particular situation. Just please let us know ahead of time if you desire to pay in installments.

We are also pleased to offer CareCredit to our patients. CareCredit is the leader in patient/client financing, and has helped more than 1 million patients/clients get the treatment or procedures they needed and wanted. With a comprehensive range of plan options, for treatment or procedure fees from $1 to over $25,000, we offer a plan and a low monthly payment to fit comfortably into almost every budget.

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Do you accept my insurance plan?

Our office accepts nearly all of the major insurance plans. Also, we are well-versed in the latest coverage trends, and are more than happy to discuss the particulars of your plan with you prior to any treatments you may undergo.

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What makes you different than any other dental practice I can visit?

When you become a patient of our practice, we think of you as a person, not just another set of teeth to fix and clean. Our goal is to help you obtain and then maintain the best possible oral health. So, we take time to understand your dental history and evaluate the best options for your particular dental needs. Plus, we help you understand the whys and wherefores of preventive care through thorough patient education.

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My gums bleed after I brush. Is this something to be concerned about?

It is certainly not desirable to have bleeding gums following brushing. However, the condition may or may not require attention, depending on the source of the problem. Bleeding gums can be caused by any of the following: improper, rough, 'scrubbing' instead of gentle, circular brushing motions; using a hard-bristled tooth brush instead of a soft one; plaque and/or tartar build-up below the gum line; or gum sensitivity due to gingivitis or periodontal disease. If this problem persists despite correct brushing and flossing methods or occurs every time you brush, contact our office to set up an evaluation appointment.

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I really do not like visiting the dentist, is there anything you can do to help me relax?

We understand many people have qualms about having their teeth worked on. So, we strive to create a relaxing atmosphere. For entertainment and distraction, we have vibrating pillows and cushions, blankets/foot warmers and special headphones available in all rooms so you can keep your mind on more pleasant things. And for the more complex procedures, we also offer laughing gas and local anesthesia to keep you comfortable and relaxed.

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Crowns, veneers, onlays, inlays and partials.where can I learn more about these procedures?

Our Web site is designed to help you learn all you need to about the various restorative and cosmetic techniques we offer. Simply click on the Patient Library link, then select your article topic from the listing provided. If you desire even more information about a larger variety of topics, visit the American Dental Association Web site.

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I want my front teeth to look better, but I do not want to wear braces. What would you recommend?

Dr. White has a number of ways to improve the look of your front teeth without the use of traditional braces. For slightly crooked or unevenly worn teeth, a bit of reshaping and the addition of porcelain veneers may be sufficient to give them a bright, uniform look. In other cases, it may be necessary to attach 'invisible' braces behind the front teeth. We would be happy to talk with you further about the option that best suits your individual situation.

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What is Smile Design?

The highlight of smile design is watching your eyes light up the first time you look in the mirror at the change that has taken place. Our experience of watching our guests react to their new smile is almost overwhelming. We see an immediate change in their confidence and their interaction with others. The result is the creation of a beautiful new smile with a comfortable neuromuscular occlusion.

Typically changing the clinical smile is rewarding, but when clinical changes affect the psychological and emotional components---that is exhilarating! Most see dentistry simply as a repair and maintenance facility. But when patient lives are changed in such drastic measures, it confirms the reason many of us got involved in dentistry in the first place, which is to help others.

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Disclaimer: Tulsa Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Steven White has provided this website for informational purposes only. It is only to provide information on a qualified Cosmetic Dentist in the greater Tulsa area. It is not intended to provide medical advice.

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8126 S. Mingo Rd., Suite 105 Tulsa, OK 74133
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