Help & FAQ
Help & FAQ
Welcome to our FAQs page! We’ve compiled a list of common questions that our patients often ask. If you don’t find the information you’re looking for here, please feel free to contact us directly. Our team is here to assist you and provide personalized answers to all your dental care inquiries.
Lavington offers a comprehensive range of dental services, including but not limited to: preventive care, general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, restorative procedures, orthodontics, dental implants, oral surgery, and more. Visit our Services page for a detailed list of the treatments we provide.
Yes, we accept most major dental insurance plans. Our team can help you navigate the insurance process, verify your coverage, and assist with claims submissions.
Yes, teeth whitening treatments offered at XYZ Dental Clinic are safe and effective. We use industry-approved methods that prioritize patient safety and comfort.
Absolutely. We understand that dental anxiety is common. Our team is trained to provide a comfortable and supportive environment. We can discuss sedation options to help you feel at ease during your visit.
Scheduling an appointment is easy! You can call our office during business hours, use our online booking system on our website, or visit our clinic in person to arrange a suitable time for your visit.
It is recommended that a child's first dental visit should occur within six months after their first tooth emerges, but no later than their first birthday.
The recommended frequency of dental visits can vary based on individual factors such as your oral health, medical history, and risk factors for dental issues. But as a general guideline, it is recommended to visit the dentist for a routine check-up and professional cleaning every six months.
To prevent gum disease, maintain good oral hygiene by brushing twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, daily flossing, and regular professional cleanings. Adopt a balanced diet, limit sugary snacks and tobacco use, and moderate alcohol consumption. Stay hydrated, use mouthwash, and chew sugar-free gum to promote saliva flow. Manage stress, address dental issues promptly, and attend regular dental check-ups. Understand your risk factors and seek guidance from your dentist for effective prevention.