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Get Answers to Your Dental Questions in Royal Oak, MI

At North Oaks Dental, you’re a member of our family. So, we want you to have answers to any questions you have about dentistry and how to maintain your smile. Simply give us a call at 248-712-1522 and we’ll be glad to help. In the meantime, below are some common questions many of our patients have:

Q: Will I have to get a shot if I need dental work done?

Many people worry about getting a shot at the dentist, which is understandable. For certain procedures, we may gently administer a local anesthetic (given as a shot) to numb a specific area where our dentist will be working. Your absolute comfort is our goal, so we offer sedation options if needed, too.

Q: Do you accept dental insurance?

Yes, we happily accept most dental insurance. We’re a participating provider with Delta Dental Premier and Blue Cross Blue Shield, and we accept payment from most major dental insurance plans. To simplify your visit, we’ll file claims for you and accept assignment of benefits.

Q: What if I can’t make an appointment during the weekday?

We offer convenient Saturday appointments, plus we’re open extended hours during the week. On Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, we’re open until 6 p.m., on Tuesday we’re open until 7 p.m., and we have Saturday hours from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. As always, if you have a dental emergency, we’ll get you in the same day! Just call our office at 248-712-1522.

Q: Do you do orthodontics in your office?

Yes, we offer Invisalign® orthodontics as well as traditional orthodontics. Invisalign® is a great option to discreetly straighten your teeth and improve your smile. The appliances are clear, wireless, and metal-free. We have a board-certified orthodontist on staff, plus we offer free orthodontics consultations.

Get all your questions answered by our friendly, trained staff. Call 248-712-1522 today.

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