Our office is located in The Andrew Hunter House, which is on the National Historic Register. It was transformed from an 1830's stage stop to an ultra-modern dental facility.
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Do you accept insurance?
To help you maximize dental insurance coverage, we accept most dental insurance and will file claims on your behalf. If you have any questions about your insurance, please feel free to call our Bryant dental office for more information.
What payment methods do you accept?
We can arrange payment options that best fit your dental needs and budget. Payments accepted in the form of cash, check, and credit cards. Need financing? Our administrative team will be happy to help you apply for financing with low or no interest through CareCredit.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will the procedure hurt?
We want your treatment to be as comfortable as possible. Dr. Ouellette combines his skill with a gentle touch so that patients experience very little discomfort. We may use nitrous oxide or oral conscious sedation to help you stay relaxed.
What will my restorations cost?
Because patients have different needs and individualized treatment plans, we can’t give you generic pricing. Once you meet with Dr. Ouellette and determine the best course of action, we can generate an estimate so that you have a better idea of the cost. Call our Bryant office if you have any questions.
Will my dental work last forever?
We use quality materials designed to create durable restorations for our patients. With proper hygiene and regular maintenance, your smile should look wonderful and stay healthy for years to come.
How many visits will treatment take?
The number of visits you need depends on your individualized plan. Dr. Ouellette will discuss options with you and design a customized solution to enhance your smile. At that time, he will determine how many appointments your treatment will require.
Will I be conscious during the procedure?
For regular cleanings and minor procedures, most patients remain awake. We may offer nitrous oxide to keep you comfortable. If you need extensive work or you experience intense anxiety, Dr. Ouellette may suggest oral conscious sedation.