faq

In most cases, today! We have multiple s in the Dallas area, so a doctor is almost always available.
copay is typically required with most insurance providers. The amount differs based on what treatment is needed and how much your insurance covers.
We accept almost all PPO insurance. You can find a complete listhere.
Yes! We can almost always accommodate treatment on the same day.
It is healthy practice to schedule a comprehensive dental exam appointment every 6 months.
Yes. X-rays can catch many problems that may not be visible to the naked eye. After all, each of our teeth have five surfaces above the gums. Some of these are harder to see than others.
Sealants are important for children because they help protect from tooth decay. The little ones love sugar which is used by germs to make acids. Sealants can last for up to ten years, or until children are better at caring for their teeth.
We can typically accommodate as long as there is advanced notice and good reason. Ask the office manager at the closest to you for more information.
Walk-ins are always welcome at Prudent Family Dentistry!
We provide a wide range of services. You can find a complete list on our Services page
We do provide payment plan options. Please click the following link for more information: Financing page
We provide a wide range of services. You can find a complete list on our Services page
In most cases, you can have a copy of your x-rays. You will just need to request a copy during your appointment.
A. Of course! We take very special care of our mothers-to-be at Prudent Family Dentistry! You always want to feel your best when you are expecting and your smile is no exception! Schedule your appointment today and be sure to tell the Office Manager and the Dental Assistant you are expecting!
Although our offices may be closed, you can almost always reach us. Give us a call and we will do our best to provide you with the help that you need.
We accept all patients and take pride on the fact that we do not discriminate. Some people need more attention than others, and that is okay!
Children develop their teeth under the gum line in the womb even though their first tooth may not erupt until they are six months old. Once that first tooth pops out it is exposed to milk, cereal, baby food, toys, dirty blankets and anything else your active infant can get his hands on. Schedule a “Meet the Dentist” appointment for your baby today and introduce him to the wonders of the dental office. He can sit in the chair and ride it up and down, look at the pretty light, and the doctor can get a good peek and make sure everything looks A-Okay. Next time when he comes back, he will know where he’s going and will not be apprehensive of the dentist at all, we will all be friends.
We offer traditional braces as well as Invisalign. Schedule a consultation with our doctor today to see if she recommends braces for you or your child.
Of course! We just need verification in advance from the parent.
es! We will communicate all treatment with the parent as well for children under the age of 18. The child will just need an up-to-date copy of his/her dental insurance if applicable.
Yes. You will have to request this when scheduling your appointment in advance.
Yes. You will have to request this when scheduling the appointment.
We always preauthorize with your Insurance Carrier before discussing your Treatment Plan with you, however in some cases, the Carrier will pay less than they agree on the preauthorization. In these cases, a balance will be due and we will have to bill you for the remainder. We take all precautions to try and avoid these occurrences.
We accept all forms of payment cash, check, credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). Additionally we can help you apply for Care Credit or Compassionate Credit.
Yes we do. Please feel free to discuss any cosmetic options you are interested in.
Absolutely. Dentures require maintenance as well to ensure they maintain a comfortable fit as your body continues to shift over time.