Flossy Dental Group offers a comprehensive range of dental services including preventative, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry. Our services include routine cleanings, fillings, crowns, veneers, dental implants, Invisalign, teeth whitening, and more.
Yes, we work with most major dental insurance providers. Please contact our office with your insurance details, and we will help you understand your coverage or use our online insurance verifier.
Not at all! You will only pay $59 for your new patient special — no hidden costs here! If your doctor notices any issues, they will address them and develop a treatment plan that works for your budget and unique oral health needs.
On your first visit, you’ll be greeted by our friendly team and asked to complete some new patient forms. You’ll then undergo a comprehensive dental exam, which may include digital x-rays and a wellness scan. Our goal is to understand your oral health thoroughly and discuss any treatments you might need.
If your smile is healthy, our team will make sure to get you scheduled for a routine preventive appointment in six months! If your doctor does recommend further treatment, they will be sure to walk you through your options and answer any questions you may have. It’s always our goal to help you feel informed and confident about your treatment plan at Flossy Dental Group!
We offer various financing options to suit different budgets, including payment plans through healthcare lenders such as SunBit, CareCredit, Cherry, and Proceed Finance.
Yes, we provide emergency dental care. If you have a dental emergency, please call us immediately, and we will do our best to see you as soon as possible.
We recommend visiting the dentist for a check-up and cleaning at least every six months. These regular visits are essential for maintaining oral health and catching potential problems early.
Absolutely! We offer Invisalign as an orthodontic treatment option for patients who want a more discreet way of straightening their teeth.
If you’re experiencing a toothache, it’s important to see a dentist as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can manage pain with over-the-counter pain relief medication and avoid very hot or cold foods and drinks.