FrequentlyAsked Questions

Seastone Dental is here to provide you and your family with the information you need to achieve and maintain positive oral health. We are committed to providing our patients with top-notch care, and that begins with addressing questions and concerns and providing the most relevant and up-to-date information possible. If you have a specific question that you’d like us to answer, please contact us!

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Everyone should brush their teeth twice per day and floss at least once a day regardless of how healthy their teeth and gums are. If you have specific questions about the toothbrush, toothpaste, or floss you should be using for your smile, our team would be happy to help. When combined with routine cleanings and exams, regularly brushing and flossing will lead to a much healthier, beautiful smile!
Our office provides several excellent tooth replacement options, including dental bridges, dental implants, and full and partial dentures. If you have an idea of which treatment will work best for you, we can review your current oral health status, preferences, needs, budget, and lifestyle to see if it will work well. No idea what your smile needs? We can help with that as well!
If you have noticed your gums appear red or swollen or they feel much more sensitive than usual, we will want to take a look to provide you with a diagnosis. If your gums are in the earliest stages of developing gum disease, we can help you treat the issue. If you have mild, moderate, or severe periodontal disease, we can help you manage your periodontitis to keep your gums as healthy as possible.
The ultimate goal of restorative dentistry is to replace teeth or restore them to a healthy and functional state. Cosmetic dentistry is focused on enhancing the cosmetic appearance of a patient’s teeth. There is a lot of overlap between the two, as we always want our patient’s smiles to be both healthy and beautiful!
Dental insurance can be very helpful, but it can also be confusing, especially for patients. If you have a question or concern about your insurance, we recommend contacting our office with your policy information handy, and we will be happy to help you determine the coverage that your provider will offer for you.
If you haven’t seen a dental professional in a long time and you’re nervous about your first visit with us, we want to assure you that our judgment-free dental team is here to help you have the most positive dental experiences possible. Just let us know your situation, and we will be happy to work at a pace that is comfortable for you.

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