My First Visit

New patients can expect an easy and educational first visit. We won’t rush you in and out! New patients will fill out a standard medical/dental history questionnaire to help us better care for both your dental and overall health. Once seated, your hygienist might have some questions to get to know you better. You can expect them to take some x-rays in order to properly diagnose your dental health. Your hygienist will clean your teeth and give you feedback on how well you’re doing or how to improve your oral hygiene. Finally, one of our doctors will sit down with you and your hygienist to talk, diagnose, and come up with the best treatment options for you. Questions are always encouraged!

Financing & Insurance

Financing

Insurance

Attention: Kirkwood Dentistry is not taking any new MetLife, Medicaid or HIP patients as we are currently at our capacity. Appointments made with these insurance plans will be denied. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Membership Plans

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Comprehensive Dental Plan

We offer an exclusive plan with benefits beginning immediately upon enrollment and paid membership. Our plan never has a deductible, claims or benefit maximum. Please give our office a call for more details.
  • Annual Membership $199
  • Additional Members for $150/each

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How Do I Know If I Have a Cavity?

12/9/2022

Taking care of your oral and overall health must be a priority. Knowing when you need to call your dentist is important. Practicing good oral hygiene habits help to prevent tooth decay, cavities, and many other issues.

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

12/1/2022

Crowns are similar to a cap that is placed over a tooth, and are used to save and restore a damaged tooth. Crowns look natural and allow patients to use their tooth again.

What Are the Pros and Cons of Dental Crowns?

11/15/2022

A dental crown is a type of dental restoration that places a cap over a tooth or dental implant. Crowns help keep the underlying tooth from breaking apart, and can be used to help fix an area on a tooth that is broken.

Is It Better to Get a Dental Implant or a Bridge?

11/1/2022

When deciding on a restorative solution it is important to look at all of your options to help you decide on the best option that works for you.

How Often Do Dental Implants Need to be Replaced?

10/15/2022

If you have been recommended for dental implants, you may wonder if they will ever have to be replaced. Implants are a permanent restorative solution for patients seeking that perfect smile.

How Often Should I Whiten My Teeth?

10/1/2022

Professional whitening is effective at removing years of stains and discoloration from the teeth. Whether you're looking to boost your confidence or are going to be attending a wedding, reunion or another big event, a bright and white smile is sure to improve your appearance.

How Can I Fix a Chipped Tooth?

9/15/2022

Chipped or injured teeth are typically considered a dental emergency. We offer many cosmetic services, and have years of experience in cosmetic dentistry.

How Can I Tell if I Need a Periodontist or an Endodontist?

9/1/2022

Knowing which type of dentist to call can be stressful. Both periodontists and endodontists are oral health specialists, and have been trained as dentists. Each specialist has additional training, and understanding those details can help you decide which is best for you.

Why Is It Necessary to Perform Underbite Surgery?

8/15/2022

A normal bite is when both the upper and lower jaws align perfectly. The upper teeth overlap the lower teeth, and the jaw functions normally. If alignment is off this causes a malocclusion or issue with your bite. With an underbite the lower jaw protrudes further out than the upper jaw.