Not sure when it’s time to bring your child to the dentist? Are you preparing for gum disease treatment, dental implants, or dentures? Would you like to schedule a consultation for Invisalign or cosmetic dentistry?
When you have oral health questions, our team is here to keep you informed so you can maintain your best and healthiest smile.
Broadway Family & Cosmetic Dentistry welcomes patients of all ages throughout Omaha-Council Bluffs, IA, to take a look at our dental FAQs and schedule an appointment with one of our dentists!
Financing & Insurance
We accept cash, checks, and credit cards. We can also help you arrange financing through the CareCredit no interest payment program.
CareCredit provides low monthly payments for dental treatment with no upfront costs, annual fees, or prepayment penalties.
Do we accept your insurance plan?
We will do everything we can to help you receive the maximum allowable benefits under your plan. Estimates are not guaranteed, but we will always be upfront and honest about potential concerns so you can plan for possible expenses. At this time, we do not accept Medicaid.
If you can’t find an answer to your question, please call us at 712-323-3615. We’re happy to help and look forward to assisting you.
When should children visit the dentist?
When is it time for a dental hygiene checkup?
Most people benefit from twice-a-year visits for preventive care. We’ll recommend an appropriate checkup schedule based on your oral health.
What should you do if you have a dental emergency?
For dental emergencies during regular business hours, please call us immediately at 712-323-3615.
If you are a patient of record and need emergency dental care when our office is not open, please call our dental office for information on how to reach us after hours.
What is periodontal disease? How can I prevent it?
Are you a candidate for dental implants?
Patients who are in good overall health are the best candidates for dental implants. Patients will need adequate jaw bone and gum tissue to support the implants.
Patients who have diabetes, heart disease, or other health problems may not be suitable for dental implants. However, only a dentist can help you determine whether or not dental implants are right for you.
We encourage you to call us at 712-323-3615 to schedule a consultation for dental implants or other restorative dental treatment.
‒ Kristi S.