Children, teens, & Adults
We continuously strive to provide you with high-quality dental care in a comfortable, family-friendly atmosphere.
Our team loves helping kids grow into healthy adults. Our doctors know that early experiences influence the value children place on their oral health as adults. One negative experience can affect a child’s outlook on dentistry for the rest of their life. You can be sure your child will have a great experience at Wampold Dentistry.
The services offered at Wampold Dentistry ensure that patients of all ages feel welcome. From the earliest check-ups to orthodontic evaluations, our dentists listen to your concerns and guide you through every stage.
Family Dentistry Services
Infant Oral Exams
Following the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, our doctors suggest infants should come in for their first oral exam between the ages of six months to 1 year old.
Cleanings & Exams
Preventative care is one of the simplest and most important ways to ensure you and your children’s teeth are strong and healthy. Most people have two cleanings a year, but children with a higher risk of cavities may need more frequent visits.
Digital x-rays allow our doctors to get a view of you and your child’s teeth and jaws that they can’t see with their eyes, while keeping radiation exposure to a minimum.
Regular fluoride treatments help reduce your child’s risk of developing cavities and can remineralize areas where decay is starting. Our doctor believes regular fluoride treatments are an important part of treatment for most children.
Frenectomies are a valuable procedure that corrects tongue-tie and prevents future periodontal problems caused by tissue pulling on the lip or gums. Our doctors can perform this procedure in-office with just a little anesthetic.
Restorative dentistry includes fillings, crowns and other procedures that help restore a tooth to its original function. Wampold Dentistry offers many restorative procedures to help you and your child smile with confidence!
Tooth-colored fillings offer a durable, more natural looking option for restorations. Made from composite resin, they are strong, durable, and perfect for smaller teeth.
While we focus on helping keep you and your child's teeth healthy for a lifetime, sometimes an extraction is necessary. Whether it's extensive decay, overcrowding, or an impacted tooth, we can help you, and your child understand the procedures and answer all your questions.
The American Dental Association recognizes the important role dental benefits have played in improving access to dental care for millions of Americans and is working with insurance policymakers to help set better standards within the industry.
Under a UCR plan, patients are usually allowed to see the dentist of their choice. These plans pay an established percentage of the dentist fee or pay the plan sponsors customary or a reasonable fee limit, whichever is less. Although these limits are called customary, they may or may not reflect the fees that area dentists charge.
It may also be noted on your bill that the fee that your dentist is charging you is higher than the reimbursement levels of UCR. This does not mean your dentist is overcharging you; for example, the insurance company may not have taken into account up-to-date regional data to determine a reimbursement level. Why? There is no regulation as to how insurance companies determine reimbursement levels resulting in wide fluctuation. In addition, insurance companies are not required to disclose how they determine these levels the language used in this process may be inconsistent among carriers and difficult to understand.