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Let’s elevate your dental health.

There is no dental concern to small or big. We can put you at ease and help you feel your best. At Miller Family Dental, you can sit back and relax. Our professional team is honored to care for you.

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New Patient Special

New patients at Miller Family Dental enjoy complimentary teeth whitening trays during the new patient exam. We also provide complimentary dental consultations for those considering Invisalign treatment or dental implants.

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Fill out our New Patient Forms and we’ll reach out to set up an appointment. We look forward to helping you enjoy great dental health.

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Financing Options

We believe you should have a healthy smile regardless of how you pay your bill.

We accept most PPO dental plans from trusted dental insurance companies.

If you do not have insurance, we are happy to work with you to make payment arrangements.

We may have alternative payment solutions not listed here. Give us a call to learn about the financial options we have available.

Other Payment Options

We accept payments in the forms below. These work for out-of-pocket expenses, for co-payments, or deductibles.

  • Cash
  • Major Credit Cards
  • CareCredit®️
  • Lending Club
  • Compassionate Finance

Frequently Asked Questions

What is dentistry?

Dentistry is the study of problems, illnesses, and ailments of the teeth, gums, mouth, and jaw and their diagnosis, management, and prevention.

What is a cavity?

Cavities are small openings or holes in the hard surface of your teeth that are permanently damaged.

What is considered a dental emergency?

Toothaches, chips, knocked-out teeth, lost fillings or crowns, broken braces, abscesses, and bleeding are common dental emergencies.

What do pediatric dentists do?

From infancy until adolescence, pediatric dentists are dedicated to the oral health of children.

How do fillings work?

Cavity fillings are used to fill in the gaps left by a dentist’s drill after removing decayed parts of the teeth.

What causes teeth to decay?

Enamel decay is caused by acids produced by the natural bacteria in the mouth, which combine with the food you eat to produce tooth decay.

How long does a dental cleaning take?

Your dental cleaning is normally planned for 60 minutes, depending on the amount of work that needs to be done.

Does deep cleaning require anesthesia?

A local anesthetic is frequently used during a deep cleaning to keep you comfortable while the dental hygienist or dentist cleans below the gums.

Do gums reattach after deep cleaning?

While any gum loss caused by gum disease will not regenerate, the majority of the patients can anticipate their gums to reconnect after a deep cleaning.

Can you brush your teeth after a dental cleaning?

Brushing and flossing your teeth after your dentist has cleaned them is the greatest way to maintain the work your dentist has done.

How long does it take for the numbness to go away after a filling?

Your local anesthetic should wear off in one to three hours after treatments like a cavity filling.

How often should you change your toothbrush?

The average individual should replace their toothbrush every three to four months to guarantee that the bristles are still efficient and bacteria formation on the toothbrush is minimal.

Why is flossing important?

Flossing helps decrease and eliminate plaque between the teeth, resulting in a cleaner mouth and a lower risk of gum disease.

When can I brush my teeth after fluoride treatment?

Wait four to six hours before returning to your regular dental hygiene routine; the longer you wait, the better.

How often should you see a dentist?

You should see a dentist a minimum of once every six months.

How often should I get a dental checkup?

Dentists recommend that most people have a cleaning and checkup twice a year.

How can I pay for dental work if I have no dental insurance?

Give our office a call to get specific information for individual uninsured treatment.

How many teeth can be on a bridge?

Depending on the patient’s demands, a dental bridge can be utilized to replace one to four teeth.

How many teeth do you need for a partial denture?

When you have three or more missing teeth close together, a dentist might recommend partial dentures.

How painful is a tooth extraction?

Your dentist will usually administer a local anesthetic to alleviate the discomfort of a possibly painful tooth extraction.

How long does a tooth crown last?

Some crowns can last a lifetime while others might break and need to be replaced; a crown can last anywhere from 10 to 30 years when properly cared for.

Are dental X-rays safe?

Yes, dental X-rays are safe and can be incredibly beneficial to your oral health.

How long does it take to recover from a root canal?

The majority of patients recover from their root canal after a few days.

How long do TMJ flare-ups last?

Flare-ups can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks.

How long do dental sealants last?

Generally, they can stay on the teeth for a decade or more with proper care.

How much do same-day dental implants cost?

Same-day implants usually cost between $4,000 and $5,000 per tooth.

What are my options for replacing a missing tooth?

These choices are viable: dental implants, implant-supported bridges, tooth-supported bridges, removable partial dentures, and flippers.

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