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Capstone Dnetistry

It won't take long to notice that we do things a little differently at Capstone Family Dentistry. First and foremost, we get to know you and give you a warm welcome into our family of patients. Good oral health is a team effort, so we prioritize our relationships with our patients and treat everyone as an individual. Second, we respect your time and do everything we can to seat you at your reserved appointment time. We want to help you get the treatment you need and get back to the things that matter most.

Finally, and most importantly, we've made it our policy to never overbook. Accurate diagnoses and thorough, comprehensive care require an attention to detail that can only be achieved by focusing on you—and only you!—during your appointment. We also value this time because it gives you a chance to have a candid, one-on-one consultation with Dr. Sherman about your needs, goals and expectations.

How long will my first visit take?

We reserve at least 60 minutes for all of our new patient visits, that way Dr. Sherman and our team have plenty of time to get to know you. This first visit is also your chance to get to know us and tell us a little about your dental history and any issues that brought you to our office.

Do you offer payment plans?

Absolutely! We offer a variety of financing options, including payment plans through CareCredit. Visit our Financial page to learn more.

What should I do if I'm having a dental emergency?

We've all been there: you broke a filling or your child's chipped his tooth, but your dentist can't fit you in for two or three days. That won’t happen at Capstone Family Dentistry, because we know that sometimes you can’t wait even one day to get your smile back. We reserve openings in our daily schedule to accommodate dental emergencies, so you'll never have to wait in pain. Call our office right away so we can fit you in!

Do you see children?

We love to see kids, and we highly recommend that all children visit a dentist by their first birthday. This first visit isn't too intensive—we'll just make sure that all of your child's teeth are erupting properly and address any developmental issues that might be present. Early first visits also give kids a chance to "test drive" the dental chair before their first full checkup, which can make dental visits much less intimidating in the future.

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