At All Smiles Dental, we know you’ll sometimes have questions concerning your family’s dental care. Call us anytime at 803-636-8683 for answers or visit our office at 2441 Mineral Springs Road, right across from 14 Carrot Whole Foods, in the 29072 ZIP code. We’re always happy to see you! In the meantime, check out our list of FAQs to see if we’ve addressed your inquiry here.
- Do You Accept My Insurance
- Do You Offer Orthodontic Treatment
- What Are My Options for Replacing Teeth
- Do You Accept My Insurance A:
While we are not in network with any insurance providers, we work with all companies and will file your claims for you as a courtesy. We also accept many other forms of payment, including major credit cards and third-party financing from CareCredit. If you don’t have insurance or want to minimize insurance hassles, we also offer a dental savings plan. For a flat annual fee, you’ll receive two dental hygiene visits and a discount on many other services.
- Do You Offer Orthodontic Treatment A:
We offer two kinds of orthodontic treatment: traditional braces and Invisalign. Many adults who want to straighten their teeth prefer Invisalign, as it uses clear plastic aligners that are barely noticeable in most situations. In addition, aligners can be removed for meals and for oral hygiene. Traditional braces are the better choice for correcting some orthodontic problems. Our dentists have received advanced training in both types of treatment.
- What Are My Options for Replacing Teeth A:
Nothing affects your smile quite like losing teeth. Because we know how devastating it can be, we offer many options for replacement, one of which will be right for your smile. If you’ve lost most or all of your teeth, you can choose dentures, full or partial. For extra stability and security, we can attach your dentures to dental implants. In fact, implants can be used to replace any number of teeth. A dental crown attached to a single implant replaces one tooth. If you’ve lost multiple teeth, a dental bridge can replace them. A bridge can be attached to your own teeth or to implants.