Frequently Asked Questions
1. What makes you different than any other dental practice I can visit?
Most of our patients work or live in downtown Denver, and they appreciate the convenient location of our dental practice. They know that we’re a full-service, general dentistry practice capable of handling just about any dental need – from dental crowns to Invisalign. We appreciate the faith patients have in us, and we hope you’ll give us an opportunity to earn your trust as well.
2. How does the doctor keep up to date on current techniques and materials?
Dr. Radz has taken hundreds of hours of continuing education courses. Dr. Radz completed two postgraduate residency programs: the Advanced Education in General Dentistry program at the University of North Carolina and the General Practice Residence program at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Radz is very active in several dental associations.
3. Do you accept referrals?
Gladly! We consider a referral of the highest compliments you can give us. Thank you!
4. What do I do if I have an emergency when the office is closed?
Just call our main phone number and follow the prompts. We always have a doctor on call to serve you, day or night. We understand emergencies are by nature unexpected, and we are here to care for you whenever you need help.
5. What payment options do you provide?
We accept most types of dental insurance and will file claims as a courtesy. If you pay for dental treatment in full, you’ll receive a cash discount. We also accept cash, checks, most credit cards, and financial arrangements through our preferred third-party finance institutions. Call us for more information about payment options, insurance, or financing.
6. How can I ask the doctor questions directly?
The quickest and most efficient way is to contact us with the form to the right. We’ll make sure one of the doctors responds promptly and personally. Otherwise, feel free to call or drop by the office.
7. How can I safely whiten my teeth?
Most teeth whitening methods are perfectly safe, especially if performed under the supervision of a dentist. We offer a variety of options, ranging from a one-hour, in-office procedure to a take-home version that works gradually, over about two weeks. Both methods produce similar results.
8. I want my front teeth to look better, but I don’t want to wear braces. What would you recommend?
If you haven’t been to the dentist in a while, you may be in for a few pleasant surprises. Braces aren’t the only cure for crooked teeth anymore, especially for adults. For many adult patients, porcelain veneers can do wonders. You may also want to consider Invisalign, a new orthodontic system that is virtually invisible. Call us for an appointment, so we can discuss your options.
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