Griffin: (770) 228-6101
Hampton: (770) 946-3576

Griffin

743 South 8th Street
Grifin, GA 30224

Office: (770) 228-6101
Fax: (770) 228-6170

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Mon - Thurs
8AM - 5PM
Closed Lunch
1PM - 2PM

Fri
8AM - 4PM
Closed Lunch
12PM - 1PM

Hampton

26 A East Main Street
Hampton, GA 30228

Office: (770) 946-3576
Fax: (770) 897-2263

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Mon - Thurs
8AM - 5PM
Closed Lunch
1PM - 2PM

Fri
8AM - 4PM
Closed Lunch
1PM - 2PM

  • Do we accept your insurance?

    Our offices are¬†contracted with a handful of insurance companies.¬†¬†This means that we accept that insurance company’s service rates and do not bill¬†the¬†insurance or the patient our own¬†set rates.¬†¬†We will still accept and file to your insurance even if we are not contracted with your insurance company.¬† The only time we¬†do not or cannot accept¬†a patient’s insurance is when the insurance company requires the patient¬†to see a dentist inside that insurance company’s network.¬†¬†For further clarification, please contact our insurance specialists at¬†either of our locations or contact your insurance company directly.

  • How often should I have my teeth cleaned?

    Dental professionals advise patients to have their teeth cleaned every six months.  Doing so will considerably lessen the possibility of costly tooth decay and/or gum disease to take hold in your mouth.

  • How important is flossing?

    Flossing your teeth can be more important than brushing your teeth! You can brush till your tooth brush falls apart or your gums begin to bleed but that peice of food stuck between two teeth will likely not loosen. Flossing is the only way to dislodge the stuck food. Unfortunately, bacteria is attracted to food and your mouth happens to be full of bacteria. A peice of bacteria laden food stuck between your teeth will begin to eat away the enamel of those teeth and eventually cause decay. Brushing and flossing regularly washes away harmful bacteria and those things that attract bacteria and will keep your pocket book fuller with fewer trips to the dentist.

  • How can I replace a missing tooth?

    There are many options for replacing a missing tooth. A dental implant, bridge, partial denture, or denture are the options currently available in dentistry. These options can be separated into two categories: Permanent and removable. The permanent options are the implant and the bridge. This means they are cemented in permanently in the mouth. A partial denture and denture are removable options which mean they are not cemented but can be removed in and out of the mouth at will. Depending on the anatomy of a patient and also considering the personal preference of the patient will depend on which option would suit the patient best. The permanent options tend to be the more expensive options. Contact us now to schedule an appointment for an evaluation on which option would be best for you.

  • How can I calculate my co-pay with my dental insurance?

    Like other types of insurance, dental insurance can be difficult to understand completely and, therefore, co-pays can be a difficult thing to estimate.  The AVERAGE policy covers 100% for two basic check-ups and cleanings per year.  An AVERAGE deductible of $50 (could be as high as $100) will apply the first time a patient receives services for that year other than a basic check-up and cleaning.  Depending on what the service is, the AVERAGE policy will then pay anywhere between 50-80% of the service after the deductible.  Once again, policies can vary greatly.  Our insurance experts will gladly provide you the best estimate we can from the information we receive from your insurance company.

  • Can I be seen without dental insurance?

    We do accept cash payments and all major credit cards at the time of service for those without insurance coverage but do not accept personal checks.  Some of our patients find basic dental services inexpensive enough to avoid having to aquire a dental insurance policy though this may not be cost-effective for everyone.