You can relax with us! Our comfortable modern dental practice is conveniently located in Broadstone Marketplace, using the latest technology and treatment techniques for your comfort.
We are across the street from Zocalo restaurant in Folsom.
The total cost of your treatment will depend on your case, such as the extent of correction needed and how long it will take. In most cases, Invisalign costs about the same as traditional braces.
Most insurance plans cover the cost of your clear aligners in part. No insurance? No problem. We’ve partnered with CareCredit to provide affordable financing and payment plans that fit your budget.
We offer dental sedation to provide a relaxing treatment experience during your implant procedure.
You will visit our office 3-4 times during your dental implant treatment experience. The full process includes your initial consultation, treatment planning, surgery, and follow-ups to check on your progress.
Getting an implant involves a minor surgical procedure, during which your dentist will insert the implants into your jawbone. Be sure to follow the post-operative care instructions we provide you with to ensure a comfortable recovery.
You can expect your crown to last 10-15 years with good at-home care and regular checkups.
Crowns are typically covered in part by most major dental insurance plans. We will confirm your benefits and provide a complete breakdown of all treatment costs and payment options during your visit.
Yes, Invisalign is used to treat most orthodontic issues, including crowding, overbite, underbite, open bite, and crossbite.
It’s normal for your dentures to feel uncomfortable or bulky when you first start wearing them. They can cause mild gum irritation when eating. Over time, your mouth will adjust and your dentures will begin to feel natural.
Yes, Invisalign clear aligners are recommended for teen and adult patients living with a range of orthodontic cases.
The process of receiving dentures typically takes 3-4 appointments over several months, from the initial consultation to receiving your final dentures.
Missing teeth make it difficult to properly eat your food, leading to digestive problems and nutritional deficiencies. After you lose a tooth, your jaw will also begin to shrink, which will cause your facial muscles to sag.