Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about your upcoming visit? We can help! Our caring team is always happy to discuss your questions, needs, and concerns.
Implants require outpatient surgery to insert into your jaw, and you will experience some swelling and pain following your procedure. Be sure to take pain relievers as prescribed or recommended by your dentist to alleviate your discomfort. Once your mouth has healed, your implants will function comfortably and without pain, just like natural teeth.
Your implant procedure costs will depend on your unique treatment needs. Our team will discuss all treatment options and procedure costs with you during your consultation. No matter your needs, we will help you find the best solution for your lifestyle and budget!
Your new dentures take some time to get used to as your mouth adjusts. At first, they will feel big and bulky in your mouth. You may also experience some discomfort or gum irritation while you adjust to eating with them. This discomfort will pass in 1-2 weeks as you get used to wearing your dentures every day.
The total cost for your dentures will depend on your unique treatment needs and goals. Our team will provide you with a complete breakdown of all out-of-pocket expenses associated with your new dentures during your consultation.
Generally, no. Getting a root canal is just as comfortable as getting a filling or other simple procedure. Once your crown is placed, you may experience some tenderness or discomfort when you chew or bite down, but this will pass in 1-2 days.
In most cases, yes. Dental insurances will cover a portion of your root canal procedure, but the amount covered will depend on the provider and plan. We will provide you with a complete breakdown of all costs and out-of-pocket expenses during your initial visit.
Generally, no. You will receive local anesthesia to help you feel comfortable and relaxed during your extraction. You may experience some pressure when the tooth is pulled, but it shouldn’t be a painful process.
In most cases, your insurance will cover a portion of your tooth extraction and related expenses. The amount covered will depend on your provider and plan. We will provide you with a breakdown of all out-of-pocket costs.
Yes, extractions are a very common, safe procedure that we regularly perform at our office. At Twiilight Dental, we prioritize patient safety and take every precaution to make sure you are comfortable and taken care of.
Yes, we do! Twiilight Dental strives to provide affordable, accessible dentistry that serves the needs of our communities. We offer low-interest financing options through CareCredit. Ask a member of our friendly team how we can help you receive the care you deserve!