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Get Answers to Your Stone Mountain Dental Questions

If you’re like many of our patients, you probably have questions about your Stone Mountain dental care and about us. We want our patients to have as much information as possible so they can make the best choices to achieve their smile goals.

Below are a few questions we are frequently asked, along with their answers. We hope they are helpful to you. If you have any other questions or need assistance, just call us at 770-766-8995 and we’ll be glad to help!

Q: What payment options do you offer to patients?

We gladly accept cash, checks, credit cards, and CareCredit financing. You can also talk to our financial coordinator about a flexible payment plan. For more information, go to our payment options page.

Q: What is the best toothbrush to use?

Be sure to buy a toothbrush with soft bristles. Hard- and medium-bristle brushes can damage your sensitive gums. A soft-bristle brush will clean your teeth just as effectively as stiffer bristles but will be easier on your mouth. Also, make sure the brush is the proper size for maximum comfort and effectiveness. Get a smaller or larger brush head depending on your mouth size. Feel free to ask us for more information at your next dental exam.

Q: Do you accept dental insurance?

Yes, we do. We are in network with five dental insurance PPOs – Aetna, Assurant, Guardian, Principal, and United Healthcare. For your convenience, we will also file insurance claims for you and accept payment on your behalf so you don’t have to worry about the paperwork.

If you have other questions about Stone Mountain dental care, call us at 770-766-8995. Our friendly staff is always ready to help you get the dental care you need to keep smiling!

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