What is cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry is oral treatment that improves health and beauty of one’s smile. Almost every dental procedure has two aspects: aesthetics and function. High-quality cosmetic dentists like Dr. Schepis take both of these elements into consideration; you can relax knowing your teeth will not only look great, but also offer lasting results and long-term benefits.
How do I know when I am due for a checkup?
We strive to ensure that you will always know what the steps are in your treatment. Dr. Schepis and our hygienists will help you understand what interval you must follow to maintain proper oral health. We will schedule your next appointment before you leave the office. We will also mail a reminder card and a call when you’re due for your next visit. The ADA recommends that most people see a dentist three times each year. Schedule an appointment today and we will help you figure out what schedule works best for you.
Do you accept referrals?
Yes. Your referral is the greatest compliment you can give us. We look forward to treating your family and friends with the same high quality care we provide for you!
I have a temporary crown in my mouth. What should I do if it comes off or breaks?
We recommend you call the office so we can repair it in the mean time, put it back into place. Keeping your tooth covered is the most important. Call us for guidance as soon as possible.
What precautions do you take to ensure patient safety?
There are many ways we put your safety first:
- Using gloves, masks, and glasses
- Complete sterilization and disinfection of all instruments and surfaces
- Each room is cleaned between patients
You can rest comfortably knowing that Dr. Schepis and his team do everything possible to ensure your safety!
Do I have to floss every day? Is it really that big of a deal?
Yes! Flossing daily helps to eliminate the bacteria that is around your teeth. This bacteria can get into your blood stream and cause heart disease. Not to mention flossing cleans your mouth and freshens your breath! Infections from bacteria in the mouth can begin in just a few days. Stay on top of your health and add years to your life by flossing regularly!