Q At what age should I bring my young
child for his/her first dental visit?
A The American Academy of
Pediatrics recommends a child should have his first visit at age
one. This will not be a conventional cleaning visit but more of an
informational visit to help parents maintain a healthy environment
for erupting teeth.
Q My gums bleed when I brush. Does this
mean I have Gum Disease?
The best way to determine the health of your teeth and gums is
by having a dental exam. Dr Justus and his staff will make sure
you understand what is required to maintain the highest level of
Q What if I don’t have any insurance ?
A Patients without insurance
are welcome. We accept Credit cards, Checks, Care Credit and will
help make quality care affordable for you.
Q Is there a charge for “second opinions”
A No, Dr Justus will gladly
offer second opinions and help you make an informed Decision.
Please bring your own X-rays if available. .
Q Instant orthodontics, Veneers,
Lumineers, what’s the difference?
Most all of these treatment choices are the same and offer a
quick way to permanently whiten and align your teeth. The
important point is that you will alter your natural teeth in most
cases. The treatment time could be less than 30 days. The
alternative is Invisalign.
Q Is there any alternative for removable
partials that do not need to contact my natural teeth?
A Yes, Dental Implants.
They will allow tooth like individual replacement of missing teeth
or groups of teeth without involving natural for support or
Q Is there any way to keep my lower
denture from moving other than using paste adhesives?
A Yes, Implant Supported
Over-Denture will allow you to retain your prosthesis with two or
three implants that have special attachments to fit into your
lower denture and
help retain it while eating.
Q Does Medicare pay for dental treatment?
A New for 2009 Medicare is
providing coverage for certain procedures. Please contact Lincoln
Dental Group to find out what your plan provides for you.