Dentistry isn’t just about what happens in the chair. We make every part of dental care convenient for our patients, including the payment process. From flexible financing options to our wide range of accepted insurances, we have the resources you need for quality dentistry from start to finish.Download New Patient Forms
At Brite Clean Smiles, we are making it easy for patients to get quality dental care at a reasonable price. We offer multiple New Patient Specials to meet your needs and give you everything you need to maintain a healthy smile. Our special offers include:
At Brite Clean Smiles, we believe that quality dentistry should be available to our patients at a reasonable price. As part of our commitment to top-notch, affordable care, we are in-network with a wide range of insurance companies, including:
For patients who would like to finance their procedure, we work with CareCredit®, one of the largest and most reputable healthcare financing companies in the U.S. We do our very best to help patients bring the cost of care into their budget! Call us today to learn more about your options, and our friendly, knowledgeable team will offer honest advice and resources that will keep your care affordable.
Yes! While oral injuries and excessive bleeding are more obvious dental emergencies, persistent toothaches also qualify. Toothaches that last for more than two days indicate that you may have an infection, and pain will likely worsen if you wait. If you have a toothache, give us a call to make a same-day appointment.
It is always best to take care of damaged teeth right away. If decay, infection, or an oral injury goes untreated, more severe dental health issues can develop. In addition, getting treatment for issues as soon as you notice them is often much more affordable than restorative dentistry to repair severe damage. Damaged tooth? Call us today to discuss which restorative options are right for you, before small issues become bigger problems.
Periodontal disease (also known as gingivitis or gum disease) is a common dental health issue that affects nearly half of American adults. It occurs when gums become infected due to plaque and tartar buildup. These harmful substances attack your gums, resulting in inflammation, pain, discomfort, and a number of other unpleasant symptoms. If left untreated, periodontal disease can even result in tooth loss.