Whether you’re looking to improve your pearly whites or need to replace one or several missing teeth, our team at Soleil Dental is more than happy to help you achieve your desired results. Though the best way to have any of your questions answered is with a phone call, we do understand that some people’s schedules can be busier than others. You might also prefer researching on your own before scheduling an appointment. To help with this, we’ve compiled some of the most common questions from our patients in Dallas. Read on to learn more or
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How Much Does it Cost to Get a Tooth Pulled Without Insurance?
Certain factors will need to be considered when determining the overall cost of tooth extraction. These may involve the complexity of your treatment, any additional services you might require (like sedation dentistry), and your overall oral health. That said, the majority of these procedures can range from $150 to about $400 without insurance in the United States. For wisdom teeth extractions, the price can end up being much higher.
How Do I Get Emergency Dental Care?
You’ll want to first contact our office to notify us about your situation and then schedule an emergency visit. Remember, if your condition is life-threatening (such as a broken/dislocated jaw, difficulty breathing/swallowing, or persistent bleeding that won’t stop), then you’ll need to call 911 instead and visit your local ER. While they might not have a dentist on staff or be equipped to handle a dental problem, they can at least treat your pain and stabilize you until you can get treatment from our team. Fortunately, our practice offers same-day appointments, allowing us to address your oral health issue as soon as you need it. We’ll also inform you of the best ways to avoid complications moving forward, as this can help you save time, money, and trouble in the long run.
How Much Does a Dental Checkup & Cleaning Cost in Dallas?
Various factors can impact the overall price of a dental checkup and cleaning, such as geography and your oral health. However, the average cost of these treatments typically goes from $200 to $350 in the United States. Your payment amount can also depend on if you have insurance, as the price will be negotiated between your provider and dentist. These appointments will involve a review of your medical/dental history, a discussion about your smile goals, X-rays, an examination, a deep cleaning, and an oral cancer screening.
What Is the Best Way to Find a Dentist Who Does Dental Implants?
Dental implants are one of the best ways to replace missing teeth, and they have a multi-step process. When deciding on this procedure, you want to remember the two general stages involved: placement and restoration. If you don’t want to worry about traveling between multiple locations to receive your treatment, then you’ll want to find an implant dentist that can offer the service under one roof. Fortunately, our practice can do just that! Dr. Aldana is highly trained in dental implant placement, and he’s even an active member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.