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Dental Cleanings

Does insurance cover dental cleanings?

Most dental insurance plans will cover all or part of the cost of routine preventive care, such as professional teeth cleanings and exams. Additionally, many plans also include coverage for additional treatments such as X-rays or fluoride treatments when necessary. Check with your insurance provider for specific coverage details related to your plan. 

How often should my child have a dental cleaning?

It is recommended that children have a dental cleaning every six months, just like adults. However, some children may require more frequent cleanings if they have a history of cavities or other dental issues.

How long does a dental cleaning for a child take?

A dental cleaning for a child usually takes between 15 and 30 minutes, depending on the amount of buildup on their teeth and gums.

Are dental cleanings painful for children?

No, a cleaning should not be painful for children. However, some children may be nervous or scared during the cleaning, so it's important to choose a dentist who is experienced in working with children and who can make them feel comfortable.

At what age should my child start having dental cleanings?

It is recommended that children have their first dental cleaning at around age one or when their first tooth appears.

Can I eat or drink after a dental cleaning?

Yes, you can eat and drink after a dental cleaning. However, it is recommended that you avoid eating or drinking anything that is hot or cold for a few hours after the cleaning, as your teeth may be sensitive.

How often should I have a dental cleaning?

It is recommended that adults have a dental cleaning every six months. However, some patients may require more frequent cleanings if they have gum disease, a history of cavities, or other dental issues.

Dental Implants

Does insurance cover dental implants?

The coverage for dental implants varies depending on your insurance plan. Some insurance plans do provide coverage for dental implants, while others may not. It's important to check with your insurance provider to understand your specific coverage and any applicable limitations or exclusions. Our team at Easy Breezy Dental can also work with you to explore financing options or payment plans that fit your budget.

How do I care for my dental implants?

Caring for your dental implants is like caring for your natural teeth: brush twice daily, floss daily, and visit your dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings.

Can I eat normally with dental implants?

Yes, dental implants are designed to function just like natural teeth, so you can eat and chew normally with them.

How long do temporary Teeth In A Day teeth last?

The teeth in your temporary Teeth In A Day prosthesis will last until your permanent set of teeth is placed, which typically takes a few months.

What is the recovery time for All-on-4 implants?

Most patients are able to return to their daily activities in just a few days after the procedure.

How are All-on-4 implants different from traditional dental implants?

All-on-4 implants are different from traditional dental implants in that they use fewer implants to support a full arch of teeth. This makes the procedure less invasive and more cost-effective.

How long do dental implants last?

With proper care, dental implants can 20-25 years. For some patients, they can last a lifetime, so be sure to keep up with your regular cleanings and checkups to make the most of your smile!

Who is a good candidate for dental implants?

Generally, anyone who has lost a tooth or multiple teeth is a candidate for dental implants. However, your dentist will need to assess your oral health to determine whether you are a good candidate for the procedure.


How often should I replace my dentures?

The lifespan of dentures can vary depending on the materials used, your oral health, and how well you care for them. Generally, dentures should be replaced every 5-10 years or as recommended by your dental professional.

Can dentures be repaired if they become damaged?

Yes, dentures can be repaired if they become damaged. If your dentures become cracked, broken, or lose a tooth, it is important to have them repaired by a dental professional. Trying to fix them yourself can cause further damage and affect their fit and function.

How do I care for my dentures?

It is important to clean your dentures daily to remove any food particles or bacteria. Use a soft-bristled brush and non-abrasive denture cleaner to clean your dentures. Be sure to also brush your gums, tongue, and palate to prevent infection and maintain good oral health.

How do I know if I am a candidate for implant-supported dentures?

To be a candidate for implant-supported dentures, you must have adequate jawbone density and be in good overall health. Our team will evaluate your oral health and determine if implant-supported dentures are the right option for you.

What is the difference between traditional dentures and implant-supported dentures?

Traditional dentures are removable and rest on your gums, while implant-supported dentures are anchored in place with dental implants. Implant-supported dentures offer greater stability and support, allowing you to eat and speak more comfortably. They also help preserve your jawbone and prevent bone loss, which can occur with traditional dentures.

Does insurance cover dentures?

Denture coverage varies by insurance plan. Some dental insurance plans cover all or a portion of the cost of dentures, while others may offer limited coverage or none at all. It's important to check with your insurance provider to understand your specific coverage and any applicable limitations or exclusions. Our team at Easy Breezy Dental can also work with you to explore financing options or payment plans that fit your budget.

What are dentures?

Dentures are removable prosthetic devices that replace missing teeth and surrounding tissue. They can be made from various materials, including acrylic resin, metal, and porcelain. Dentures are custom-made to fit your mouth and help restore your ability to speak, eat, and smile with confidence.


Can I go to the emergency room if something is wrong with my tooth?

While the emergency room may provide temporary relief, it's not recommended for dental emergencies. They are not equipped with the specialized equipment or trained personnel necessary for comprehensive oral health care. The best option is to seek attention from a qualified dentist who has experience treating patients with urgent dental problems.

Do I really need to see a dentist during a dental emergency?

When it comes to dental emergencies, seeing a dentist as soon as possible is essential for effective treatment and for preventing further damage or pain. Our experienced team will diagnose the problem and recommend the best course of treatment to alleviate your symptoms and promote your oral health. Delaying diagnosis and treatment could lead to more serious complications down the line.

How much does emergency dental care cost?

We understand that cost is a significant factor in seeking dental care, and the cost of emergency dental care varies depending on the severity of the issue and the treatment required. Our team will work with you to develop a treatment plan that fits your needs and budget.

How can I prevent dental emergencies?

Preventing dental emergencies is always better than treating them. You can do this by maintaining good oral hygiene, getting regular dental check-ups, wearing a mouthguard when playing sports, avoiding chewing hard foods or ice, and not using your teeth to open packages or bottles.

What should I do if I have a knocked-out tooth?

If you have a knocked-out tooth, it's crucial to seek emergency dental care right away. Remember to handle the tooth as little as possible and keep it moist by placing it in a container of milk or saliva until you can see a dentist.

Will I need to make an appointment for emergency dental care?

For emergency dental care, it's always best to schedule an appointment by calling ahead. This ensures that we have the necessary staff and resources available to provide you with the prompt care you need. We offer same-day appointments to help make sure you’re seen as soon as possible.

What should I do if I have a dental emergency after hours?

We understand that dental emergencies can happen at any time, even after hours. If you find yourself in a dental emergency after hours, please don't hesitate to call our office. Our voicemail message will guide you through the process of reaching us, and we will do our best to assist you as soon as possible.


Can I eat and drink with my Invisalign aligners in?

No, you should remove your Invisalign aligners before eating or drinking anything other than water. This will help prevent damage to the aligners and ensure that your teeth are properly cleaned after eating.

How often do I need to come in for check-ups during Invisalign treatment?

We recommend that you come in for a check-up every six to eight weeks during your Invisalign treatment. This will allow us to monitor your progress and make any necessary adjustments to your treatment plan.

Is Invisalign more expensive than traditional braces?

Invisalign treatment can be more expensive than traditional metal braces but varies depending on the individual case. Our dental team will provide you with an estimate of the cost of your treatment during your initial consultation.

Can Invisalign be used for both adults and teens?

Yes, Invisalign can be used for both adults and teens. In fact, Invisalign is a popular treatment option for teenagers who are self-conscious about traditional metal braces.

How long does Invisalign treatment take?

The length of Invisalign treatment varies depending on the individual case. On average, treatment takes about 12-18 months, but some patients may see results in as little as six months.

How often should I wear my Invisalign aligners?

For best results, you should wear your Invisalign aligners for 20-22 hours per day. The aligners should only be removed for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing.

Is Invisalign treatment painful?

Invisalign treatment is not typically painful, but it is common to experience some discomfort during the first few days of wearing a new set of aligners. This discomfort is usually mild and can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.

Teeth Whitening

Will teeth whitening make my teeth sensitive?

Teeth whitening can cause temporary tooth sensitivity, but this typically resolves within a few days after treatment. To minimize sensitivity, your dentist may recommend using a desensitizing toothpaste or gel before and after treatment.

Will teeth whitening work on all types of stains?

Teeth whitening is most effective on surface stains caused by foods, drinks, and smoking. However, it may not be as effective on intrinsic stains caused by certain medications or dental trauma. Your dentist can evaluate your case to determine if teeth whitening is best for you.

How long does teeth whitening take?

In-office treatments typically take between 60 to 90 minutes, while take-home kits require daily use of up to 14 days to achieve optimal results. However, it's important to note that everyone's results may vary, and some individuals may require more or less time to achieve the desired level of whiteness.

How long does teeth whitening last?

The length of time teeth whitening lasts varies depending on the individual and their lifestyle habits. Generally, in-office treatments can last up to a year or more with proper maintenance, while take-home kits may require touch-ups every few months.

How much does teeth whitening cost?

The exact cost of teeth whitening at the dentist can vary depending on your unique needs and the treatment option that’s right for your smile. It’s important to consult with your dentist to get an accurate estimate of the cost of your specific treatment and any additional fees associated with it.

Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes, teeth whitening is considered safe when performed or supervised by a dentist using approved products and techniques. However, it's important to note that overuse or misuse of whitening products can cause tooth sensitivity and other dental issues, so it's important to follow your dentist's instructions and recommendations.


What's the difference between a crown and a veneer?

Crowns and veneers are both dental restorations that can improve the appearance of your teeth, but they serve different purposes and have different characteristics. To prepare for a crown, your dentist will need to remove a significant amount of your natural tooth structure to make room for the crown. Veneers require less preparation, as only a small amount of enamel needs to be removed from the front of your tooth.

Are veneers expensive?

The cost of veneers can vary depending on the type, quality, and number of veneers needed. Compared to other cosmetic dental treatments, veneers are typically more expensive. Speaking with your dentist about payment options before getting veneers is important. 

How do I care for my veneers?

Veneers require the same care as natural teeth, including brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting your dentist for regular checkups. Avoid biting or chewing on hard objects, as this can damage your veneers.

Can veneers be removed?

Veneers can be removed, but it's important to understand that your natural teeth may be altered during placement. Your dentist can discuss the benefits and risks of veneers with you to help you make an informed decision.

Are veneers painful?

The process of receiving veneers is typically painless. However, some people may experience sensitivity or discomfort after the procedure. Your dentist can recommend pain relief options if needed.

How long do veneers last?

With proper care, veneers can last for many years. Veneers typically last between 10 and 15 years.