Find Answers To Frequently Asked Questions In Spokane Valley, WA
At Family Dental of Spokane Valley, we’re happy to answer any questions or address concerns you might have about your dental care. You may even find answers you’re looking for when you read through some of our most frequently asked questions:
Q: Can You Replace My Missing Teeth?
Absolutely! We offer a number of ways to replace missing teeth so you can choose the method that best suits your dental needs and budget.
You can replace one missing tooth with a dental crown or get an entire arch of teeth supported by dental implants. If you’ve lost too much bone mass to be a good candidate for traditional implants, we even offer mini dental implants, as well as high-quality dental bridges and dentures to meet your needs.
Q: Do You Offer Orthodontics?
Yes! You can choose from several different orthodonticsoptions for straightening your family’s teeth. With either Invisalign or ClearCorrect, orthodontic systems that use clear plastic aligner trays instead of braces, you can straighten your teeth inconspicuously.
We also offer Six Month Smiles, which relies on clear brackets and tooth-colored wires to move your teeth into the right position in a fraction of the time of traditional braces.
You can bring your child in as early as age 7 for an orthodontic exam so we can screen for any potential problems with their bite development for earlier intervention and a more successful outcome.
Q: How Can You Help Ease My Dental Anxiety?
Spokane Valley, WA dentist Dr. Craig Ellsworth and members of our team are trained in a method called conscious sedation. We’ve found this method to be quite effective in easing dental anxiety in fearful patients.
Oral sedation relaxes your body without putting you to sleep, so you can still respond to any questions we may ask during your procedure. Even awake, you’ll be comfortable enough to not care that you’re being treated.
Call Family Dental of Spokane Valley at 509-850-3217 to get all your questions answered or to schedule an appointment for you or a family member.
Q: When Should I Bring My Child For A First Visit?
According to the American Dental Association, you should bring your child to the dentist when their first tooth erupts or by their first birthday, whichever comes first. Regardless, you can have peace of mind knowing your child’s earliest experiences with our Spokane Valley, WA dental family will be comfortable and positive in the care of our kid-friendly staff.