Below are some commonly asked questions and answers. Please feel free to contact us if you have a question that you can’t find an answer to!
To make your next – or first appointment, simply call any of our dental offices in Keene NH, Antrim NH or Peterborough NH and we’ll get you scheduled as soon as possible.
We do not currently publish a price list as every patient’s needs are different. To discuss your specific situation, please give us a call.
We currently accept cash, check, credit/debit cards and Care Credit.
We work with most insurance companies. When you come in we will be happy to do a complimentary benefits check.
We have 3 office locations to offer our patients.
Yes, you can request an appointment right on our website and a patient coordinator will contact you during our regular business hours.
Actually, at this time we do not offer online payments. You may contact any of the offices during regular business hours, however, and a patient coordinator will be happy to take your payment information over a secure line.
Please bring the new patient forms that were either mailed or emailed to you. You may also download them from our website. If you have current xrays from your former office, please have them emailed to us prior to your appointment. We will need to take xrays if you don’t have them. If you have not previously contacted us with your insurance information, bring that along with you as well.
Typically, most new patients find their first visit lasts between 1 – 1 ½ hours.
We recommend seeing children for their first visit at 1 year old.
There are many great toothpastes available. Look for a fluoridated toothpaste with the ADA seal of approval on the box.
Most people brush better using an electric toothbrush, but a person well trained with a manual toothbrush can brush just as well.
Some people benefit from visits every 3 months, other people should come every 6 months, or yearly.
Yes, it does work. Once we have determined your dental needs, we can then suggest the appropriate whitening treatment.
Gums bleed because they are unhealthy. Our goal is to teach you how you can keep them healthy.
2 to 3 times daily. Floss 1 time daily