Find Answers to Frequently Asked Questions in Plano, TX
At My Dentist in Plano, we want to empower you to take control of your oral health. That starts with providing you the best resources to make informed decisions about your dental care. You can begin by browsing through some frequently asked questions from our Plano, TX patients:
Q: I have a dental emergency. What should I do?
A. A dental emergency is when you’re in pain, you have damage to one or more teeth (or a dental appliance such as a bridge), or a tooth has been knocked out of its socket. The bottom line is that a dental emergency is an emergency. Call our office at once. Dr. Dickson and our team will make every effort to see you the same day to relieve your pain and address any issues.
Q: Can you help me overcome dental anxiety?
We can! Thanks to our options for dental sedation and our various comfort amenities like massage chairs, warm neck rolls, aromatherapy, and relaxing music, you can expect the ultimate patient experience.
We’re here to support and guide you toward a healthy, beautiful smile for a lifetime. For a dentist who takes the time to listen to your concerns and answer your questions, call 972-737-7039 now.
Q: Do you offer alternatives to metal braces?
Yes! Depending on your specific dental needs, you can straighten your teeth without the hassle or discomfort of metal braces with porcelain veneers. These lifelike shells are placed over your crooked, gapped teeth to give you immediate, lasting results.
If your teeth need more extensive orthodontic treatment, you can choose between our more discreet alternatives to metal braces. Clear ceramic braces and Invisalign are barely noticeable, and Invisalign can even work for your smile in a fraction of the time as standard treatment!
Q: How can you help me get a whiter smile?
Q: What are my options for replacing missing teeth?
We combine skill, artistry, and state-of-the-art tools to restore beautiful, healthy smiles at My Dentist in Plano. With our computer-assisted technology and in-house lab, we can replace your missing teeth with precision and convenience. Your options include dental bridges, dentures, dental implants, and even implanted-retained and implant-supported dentures.