If you’d like to learn more about our team at Complete Dental Care, the financial solutions available to you, and more, then you’re in the right place! We know that our patients value having the option to do their research online, which is why we’ve dedicated this next section to FAQs. If your question isn’t listed here, then get in touch with our team so we can assist you.
How do I find the best place to get dental work done?
There are numerous factors that impact what the answer is for you, including if you have dental insurance, what your smile goals are, and what is important to you as a patient. If you’re in the Burlington area and are looking for a top-rated dental team, then we’d love to hear from you! We can answer any questions you have to help you make your decision – we can even schedule a time for you to come in and get a feel for our office!
How much does a dental checkup & cleaning cost in Burlington?
Although routine checkups and cleanings are one of the most common dental treatments, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to price. That’s because there are several factors that need to be considered to give you an accurate answer, including whether or not you have dental insurance and if we need to take X-rays. If you’re looking for a general price range, however, then it may be helpful to know that the average cost in the United States is between $200 and $350. Again, you may end up paying significantly less if you are insured or are a member of our in-house plan.
How can I make a same-day appointment with a dentist?
Since we book appointments weeks and months in advance, we may not be able to accommodate last-minute appointments for routine preventive care. However, we always do our best to be available to our patients, especially if they are in the middle of handling a dental emergency. So, don’t hesitate to give us a call if you’re interested in scheduling a same-day appointment. We also have a contact form on our website, which is convenient if you can’t get to the phone for any reason.
What do you do if you can't afford a dentist?
It’s true; extensive restorative care can be costly. However, these treatments are typically only necessary when dentistry has been neglected, like a patient not visiting their dentist every six months for a checkup and cleaning. In short, if you want to keep your dental care affordable, preventive dentistry should be a top priority.
It’s also worth noting that our team at Complete Dental Care offers multiple financing solutions, including dental insurance, periodic special offers, and our own in-house plan. As a result, we can accommodate nearly every budget. So, if you have a question about the price of preventive, restorative, or cosmetic dentistry, please don’t hesitate to let our team know.