If it’s your first time visiting our office, this special offer will give you everything you need to start your journey with us at a reasonable price.
*This offer is not valid for patients using insurance. Exclusions may apply for cases of periodontal disease.
Initial Visits for $125!
At North Park Dental, we're in-network with most national carriers, so call us today to see if we accept your plan!
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For patients who would like to finance their treatment, we accept CareCredit and Compassionate Finance. Call our friendly, knowledgeable team to learn more!
Keeping Care Affordable:
The cost of your implant procedure depends on a number of factors, including how many implants you need, where in your mouth they will be placed, and whether you need an extraction or other preparatory dental work. To discuss your needs and get an estimate, come in for a consultation with Dr. Muñoz. During your appointment, he will work with you to develop a treatment plan, discuss your budget, and let you know what the cost of your treatment will be.
Contrary to popular belief, root canals are not painful procedures. In fact, root canals are performed with local anesthetic to numb the treatment area, and we also offer “laughing gas” for patients who would prefer to be sedated. Most patients say that the painful toothache caused by infection is much more uncomfortable than the root canal treatment. If you are suffering from a toothache or you suspect that your tooth is damaged by decay, call us today to see if a root canal is right for you!
Toothaches can be caused by a number of different dental health issues. If a tooth is decaying or has been damaged by a cavity, cracked in an injury, or has become infected, this can cause a painful toothache. It is important to make a dental appointment as soon as you notice pain in your mouth, because treating issues as early as possible will help ensure the best possible outcome for your dental health. Have a toothache? Call us today to book a visit and get to the bottom of things!
Gingivitis is one of the early stages of periodontal disease (also known as gum disease). This common dental health issue affects nearly half of American adults and is nothing to be ashamed of. However, it is critical to come in for professional periodontal care if you notice signs of gingivitis because if it progresses, it can become irreversible. If you notice inflamed gums or blood while you brush or floss, these are symptoms of gingivitis and you should schedule an appointment right away. Call us today and we will be happy to help!
"I love being able to make a positive impact on my patients’ mood and self image."
– Dr. Muñoz