Get Answers to Your Dental FAQ in Broken Arrow, Claremore, & Sand Springs
At LakeCrest Dental, we know you have questions about your family’s dental care. We’re happy to answer them for you! Call or visit one of our three northeastern Oklahoma locations:
- Broken Arrow – 732 W. New Orleans St., Ste. 132, 918-205-4492
- Claremore – 1408 N. Sioux Ave., 918-921-9583
- Sand Springs – 3905 Highway 97, 918-205-4386
In the meantime, see if you can find an answer in our list of frequently asked questions.
Can I Get Dental Implants?
We use sophisticated technology like panoramic X-rays to determine if you’re a candidate for implants. Dr. John Rogers, a fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, places dental implants in our Broken Arrow, OK office. You can then get your implants restored at any of our three locations. You’ll save time and money by not having to visit an oral surgeon for implant placement. Thanks to Dr. Rogers’ advanced training, you can even get procedures like All-on-4®, in which a full arch of replacement teeth is attached to just four implants.
Do You Offer Orthodontic Treatment?
Yes! Depending on the orthodontic issues you need to address, you may be able to get clear aligners. Because they don’t use wires and brackets to straighten teeth, aligners are almost invisible in your smile. They’re convenient too, because you can remove them for meals.
We offer two popular choices: ClearCorrect and Invisalign. Using aligners allows our dentists to create a treatment plan unique to your smile. They use special software to design your plan, then send specifications to a lab where aligners are custom-made for you.
Do You Treat All Ages?
Of course! LakeCrest Dental is a true family dentist. We help our youngest patients develop a positive relationship with the dentist by letting them visit our “treasure chest” for prizes and awarding certificates for good visits, including a free meal at a local restaurant. We also offer all the dental services your family is likely to ever need, including general dentistry like exams and cleanings, cosmetic treatments like dental veneers, and restorative procedures like root canals.