Get Answers to Your FAQ in Kennewick, WA
At Grandridge Dental, we know you’ll sometimes have questions about your dental care. Our friendly staff will get answers for you ASAP. See if we’ve addressed your inquiry in our list of frequently asked questions below.
If you still have a question or want to schedule an appointment, you can:
Visit our office at 7103 W. Grandridge Blvd., Ste. G, Kennewick, WA 99336.
Call us at 509-380-9046.
Q: Are Dentures The Only Way To Replace Teeth?
No! Dentures have been used for hundreds of years. While today’s dentures are more lifelike than ever, it’s hard to eat the foods you love with dentures. Dental implants are the strongest tooth replacement option in dentistry. They are so stable because they are placed in the jawbone. We can restore dental implants with crowns, bridges or even full arches of new teeth. Best of all, you can eat whatever you want again.
Q: Can You See Me in an Emergency?
Yes! Our dentists reserve spots in their schedules so we are usually able to accommodate you with a same-day appointment if you suffer a dental emergency such as a knocked-out tooth or a gum injury. We offer a wide range of restorative dental care to treat common emergencies. With treatments such as one-visit dental crowns and root canals, in most cases we can save damaged teeth. If you’re worried about discomfort, you don’t need to be. You can get sedation for a pain-free, relaxing experience.
Q: Can You Help Me With My Dental Anxiety?
Of course! Our office has an exceptionally relaxing environment, thanks to the chairside manner of our caring dentists and staff. We use patient-friendly technologies like laser dentistry to keep your dental care as quick and comfortable as possible. In addition, you can relax in our chair with amenities like blankets and headphones. Finally, if you’re still feeling nervous, you can get dental sedation. We offer a choice of inhaled sedation (“laughing gas”) or an oral sedative.
Q: Do You Provide Dentistry for Young Children?
Yes! Thanks to our dentists’ training and hands-on experience, they are comfortable working with patients as young as 1. We recommend bringing your child for a dental visit when they celebrate their first birthday. At that appointment, we’ll familiarize your child with the dentist’s chair, check their teeth, and answer your questions. As they get older, we’ll keep your child’s teeth in great shape with exams, cleanings, and preventive treatments like dental sealants.