How can we help you?
At Deep River Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we value communication and feel that it’s important for patients to have a good understanding of their dental health, the services we provide, and our practice policies. We’ve found that informed patients tend to make better decisions when it comes to both their dental health and their overall health.
Feel free to look through our selection of frequently asked questions to learn more about who we are and what we do. If you have additional questions for our High Point dentist, or would like more information, you are welcome to call our High Point dental office at (336) 883-1371 or send us an email using our convenient online contact form.
Thank you for choosing Deep River Family & Cosmetic Dentistry!
At Deep River Dentistry, we know that you and your family have busy, active lives. So we are happy to offer services designed for all members of your family from the youngest to the most senior.
You can make your life a lot easier by choosing a dentist who can treat patients of all ages. For one thing, it saves you a lot of running all over town to address the needs of all your family members.
Why Family Dentistry Rocks
Family dentistry is also valuable because we can handle the unique needs of all ages in one convenient location. We can even book family appointments so that you can save time by having all your family members treated at one time.
We can also develop relationships that will make it easier for us to follow through with dental care that is tailored to your needs. Your children will get to know us and hopefully stay with us long into adulthood. As an adult, we can monitor your oral health and have a full history by the time you reach your senior years.
Please contact our High Point dental office if you’d like more information about family dentistry and the ways it can benefit you.
We see every age at our practice. We want to provide all the dental needs a family might have from birth through dentures.
Give our office a call if you've got a question about your child, or would like to set up appointments for you or your family members!
While we accept all insurances and will do all the filing for you, we are “participating providers” for Delta Dental, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and MetLife.
Reach out to our Highpoint, NC dental office if you've got any more questions on billing, our team, or the services we offer! We look forward to chatting with you.
It’s critical for you to be proactive with your child’s oral health care. That is why we recommend that your child have their first dental visit when they are between one and three years of age.
This may seem early to you, and you may wonder what kind of problems could possibly develop when you’re child’s just a baby. The fact is that your child’s first teeth play an important role in the proper development of their permanent teeth.
How Teeth Develop
You may not be aware of it, but even while you’re pregnant, your child’s second teeth are starting to develop in their jaw. Of course, you will not see them emerge until after your child’s baby teeth have gone through the process of erupting and falling out.
Even though the baby teeth will fall out, they actually hold a place for the permanent teeth developing in your child’s gums. If you don’t follow proper oral hygiene and monitor the health of these teeth, they may be lost to decay. When this happens, it creates a domino effect that can allow permanent teeth to erupt in the wrong position.
It’s far better to take the simple steps to protect your child’s oral health now, rather than face costly orthodontic treatment and dental problems in the future. Please contact High Point dental office, and we’ll be happy to speak to you about arranging your child’s first visit.
We will inform you of the exact costs for any treatment before it is performed and what your insurance, if there is any, should pay. We know no one likes to be surprised, and we are not in the business of tricking anyone. We value integrity and want you to feel like you are receiving the best dental care possible.
For non-emergency procedures, we strongly recommend submitting a pretreatment estimate to the dental insurance carrier. The dental insurance carrier will review the information we submit and will mail an estimate to our office. This process on average takes three weeks. Some insurance companies will mail a copy to the insured as well as the dental office. Upon receipt, we will call you to discuss their estimate and your out of pocket responsibility.
Got more questions? Feel free to contact our Highpoint, NC dentist office today. We'll be happy to chat with you and will try to answer any questions that you may have.
Of course we will. We will be more than happy to get in touch and get whatever records you might need.
If you've got additional questions, please contact our Highpoint, NC dental clinic today!