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Frequently Asked Questions

Reasons to replace your missing teeth with implants:


People notice the clean, white and wholesome appearance of crowns that are supported by dental implants.  If teeth were not straight before, they will be straight after having dental implants. 


With missing teeth, the tendency is to eat foods that are easy to chew.  For the most part, those foods are starches and high carbohydrates.  That leads to weight gain (obesity) and malnutrition. 

Improved Chewing:

There are some folks who can eat a steak with no teeth.  However, they only partly chew before swallowing and their food is not completely digested leading to poor nutrition.  Animals in the wild die if they lose their teeth.

Q: Is it Painful?

A: Implants are generally completed in one office visit. Most patients report no discomfort during the procedure or afterward.

We have created a cosmetic dental practice that puts your smile out there--front and center--for everyone to see. You'll love the results that we can get with our combination of latest technology and experienced, caring dental professionals.

Q: I understand that you offer Free consultations and x-rays regarding dental implants. What can I expect after the examination?

A:  If you agree with our findings and recommendations, you will be scheduled to start treatment.  If not, you will have received the information free with no further obligation on your part.

Q: Does the dental office offer affordable payment plans?

A:  Yes.  Monthly payments can be spread over 18 months with no interest.  Longer periods are available that will include interest.  Our payment arrangements make it so that almost everyone can afford having better health and appearance.

Q: Does the office accept dental insurance?

A:  We accept most dental insurance plans.

Q: Are evening appointments available?

A:  Yes.  Our office hours include mornings, afternoons and evenings.

Q: Are all services provided within the same office?

A:  Yes

Q: The fees shown on this website appear to be very reasonable. Are your implants discounted because they are cheap or lower quality?

A:  No.  Our implants are of the highest quality.  We do not cut corners!  The replacement of a missing tooth requires 2 additional services after the implant is completed.

Q: Do you offer a discount if more than one implant is required?

A:  No.  Our low fees already include our discounts.

Q: Do you provide other dental services that may be required in conjunction with implants?

A:  Yes.  If a tooth needs to be extracted and replaced with a dental implant, we will provide that service.  Also, we will provide a bridge when required.

Q: Can implants be provided on the same day as an extraction.

A:  Yes, if there is no infection present.  If an infection is present, there will be a delay until the infection is healed.

Q: What is your fee for an extraction?

A:  There are many types of extractions and oral surgery procedures that are separately defined by the American Dental Association. 

Each commands a different fee because of the level of skill and time required for their extraction.  Whatever type of extraction you require, you will be told in advance.  We don’t believe in surprises.

Q: Where is your office located?

A:  Our location is at 400 Broad St., in Clifton, New Jersey.  Off-street parking is provided exclusively for our patients.

Q: Do you offer “laughing gas”?

A:  Yes.

Q: Are staff members fluent in any foreign languages?

A:  Various members of our staff speak Spanish, Italian, Russian and Polish.

Q: Does the office accept any government dental plans?

A:  There are certain benefits that are available for Medicare senior recipients (not Medicaid).

Q: Are dentists who render implant service considered to be a dental specialist similar to orthodontists and endodontists?

A:  Implantology is not considered to be a specialty.  However, our staff is highly experienced and, like many specialists, we teach implant dentistry to other dentists within the United States and internationally.