4720 Camp Robinson RD Ste B - North Little Rock, AR

Our Mission Statement

We achieve exceptional smiles by creating a fun and unique atmosphere that fosters lasting relationships with our patients based on mutual trust, customer excellence and the best care possible.

Insurance & Payments

In this day and age, we know deciphering your insurance benefits can be confusing. We are happy to help you with insurance concerns. Our office team is familiar with most insurance plans and will process the necessary paperwork for you.

Our office is a preferred provider for the following insurance companies – this means that we will take the discount recommended by these companies:

  • Municipal Health Benefits
  • Delta Dental
  • United Concordia
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

Your co-pay and/or total is due at the time of service. It is your responsibility to know your benefits before services are performed or ask our office what your co-pay is before being seen. The entire bill is your responsibility. If for some reason your insurance does not pay the estimated amount we will require the remaining payment from the patient.

If you have a child over the age of 19 still covered on your insurance, please provide our office with student status. If your claim is denied due to lack of student status, you will automatically be billed and required to pay until this is provided.

Financing Policies

Nobody likes to be surprised when it comes to costs. Our policy is to inform you what your investment will be prior to any treatment, and define financial arrangements with you before we begin. After your initial examination, we will review with you our recommended treatment plan and its projected cost.

Our office accepts cash, check and credit cards, including Master Card and Visa. Any amount not covered by your insurance is your responsibility. If you need financial assistance, special financing is available for Invisalign through CareCredit, the nation’s leading Patient Payment Plan. CareCredit has a plan to fit almost every budget, including three, six, 12 and 18 months, No Interest and 24, 36 & 48 Month Extended Payment Plans. Applying for CareCredit only takes a few minutes and once a credit decision is made, you can schedule treatment right away. Also, there are no prepayment penalties. Visit www.carecredit.com for more information.

Another financing option is ChaseHealthAdvance - powered by Chase, an institution you know and trust. With a broad range of no interest payment plans of 3-24 months. They have a payment for any budget. Also, with high approval rates and no down payment anyone can get the smile they deserve. Go to www.chasehealthadvance.com/patient/apply.asp.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I get a dental checkup?

Most adults and children should see their dentist for a regular cleaning and check up every six months.

What is plaque?

Plaque is the soft, sticky substance that accumulates on and between your teeth from food debris and bacteria. Plaque can be removed by brushing and flossing daily. If plaque is not removed it can lead to bad breath, gum disease, and cavities.

How often should I change my toothbrush?

Adults and children should change their toothbrush every three months because they become worn out and not as effective.

What is the difference between a silver and white filling?

The main difference is the material the filling is made from. Silver fillings are made of amalgam (50% mercury and 50% other metals) and white fillings are made of acrylic and various glass particles. The other differences are cost, strength and the way they look.

What's the difference between a "crown" and a "cap"?

These are restorations to repair a severely broken tooth by covering all or most of the tooth after removing old fillings, fractured tooth structure, and all decay. The restoration material is made of gold, porcelain, composites, or even stainless steel. Dentists refer to all of these restorations as "crowns". However, patients often refer to the tooth-colored ones as "caps" and the gold or stainless steel ones as "crowns".

What's the difference between a "bridge" and a "partial denture"?

Both bridges and partial dentures replace missing teeth. A bridge is permanently attached to abutment teeth, or in some cases, implants. A partial denture is attached by clasps to the teeth and is easily removed by the patient. Patients are usually more satisfied with bridges than with partial dentures.

What is a Root Canal?

Root Canal treatment is the removal of the tooth's pulp, a small thread-like tissue in the center of the tooth. Once the damaged, diseased or dead pulp is removed, the remaining space is cleaned shaped and filled.

Do I need to have a root canal just because I have to have a crown?

No. While most teeth which have had root canal treatments do need crowns to strengthen the teeth and to return the teeth to normal form and function, not every tooth needing a crown also needs to have a root canal.

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday