Orange County Cosmetic Dentist Questions and Answers
1- Do you offer free consultations?
Yes, We offer all our new clients free consulation about their dental or facail needs in our Ladera ranch office.
2- What type of dental insurances do you accept?
At Orange County Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Marzvaan accept majority of dental insurance plans. The following are list of some of the dental insurances:
Aetna, Ameritas, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Assurant Dental Employee Benefits, Blue Cross, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, Blue Cross of California, Careington, Cigna, Delta Dental, Dental Benefit Providers, Dentemax, GE Consumer Finance, GEHA Dental Plans, Guardian, Humana Dental, MetLife, Mutual of Omaha, Other, PPO, United Concordia.
3- What is a dental Implant?
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root made of titanium that a periodontist places into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. It is inserted into the jawbone to take the place of your missing tooth root.
4- Will my new teeth look natural?
Yes, the new teeth will look and feel natural.
5- Am I a good candidate for dental implants?
We check your gum, teeth and if you are healthy enough to have a tooth extracted, you are probably healthy enough to have a dental implant.
6- Is the procedure painful?
No, Doctor will use local anesthesia during the surgical procedure to eliminate any discomfort. Doctor may prescribe pain medication for any discomfort after surgery. Most patients indicate that the discomfort is minimal once they arrive at home. Many feel great the next day and are able to return to work.
7- How much will the treatment cost?
The cost will be determined by the number of implants that will be placed, the type of prosthesis recommended and your particular case. This can only be determined after a thorough examination by dentist.
8- Will my insurance pay for implants?
Your insurance coverage will depend on your individual plan. It may be possible to obtain additional coverage. Check with your insurance company to see if they can extend your plan.
9- How long will it take?
The dental implant process involves several steps and the overall treatment period varies greatly by patient. The typical treatment time lasts several months, but in some cases implants can be placed and restored immediately.