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Patient Resources

At Jackson Family Dentistry, we believe that you should feel comfortable and confident in our care from the moment you walk in the door. This means that we do everything we can to make your experience with us enjoyable and convenient. We offer downloadable patient forms to save you time and ensure that you have a seamless visit. The information you provide in these forms will help our team make the most of your time in our office and help us assess your dental health needs.

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Dentistry with You in Mind

Dental Care Should Be Convenient

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Our Wide Range Of

Accepted Insurances

We are dedicated to making every aspect of your care as convenient as possible. This means that we work with a wide range of insurance companies, and that our knowledgeable team will do our best to help you understand and maximize your benefits.

Flexible Payment Options

Third Party Financing

For patients who would like to finance their procedure, we work with Lending Point, one of the largest and most reputable healthcare financing companies in the U.S. We do our very best to help patients bring the cost of care into their budget!

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I see a dentist?

According to the American Dental Association, patients should visit the dentist every six months. This ensures that all surfaces of your teeth are cleaned and any harmful substances are removed from between your teeth and under your gums. Book an appointment today for preventive care to maintain a healthy, strong smile for years to come.

Do you offer same-day appointments?

Yes! We know that our patients have busy lives and we do our best to accommodate your schedule. Our office keeps slots open for emergency cases because we know that it is critical to get immediate care if you are experiencing severe pain or an oral injury. Call us now to schedule a same-day appointment at Jackson Family Dentistry.

I’m missing teeth. What are my options?

We offer many different restorative options for patients looking to complete their smiles after tooth loss. Our replacement options include dentures, bridges, and dental implants, and we will go over all of your options during a consultation to empower you to make the best choices for your dental health.

What’s the difference between a family dentist and a general dentist?

A family dentist is able to treat patients of all ages and stages of dental health. While pediatric dentists are specifically trained to treat children, family dentists offer a wide range of services and treatments that span a lifetime, so you’ll never need to find another dental office when you children outgrow pediatric care.

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