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Frequently Asked Dental Questions

Why should I visit Day Hill Dental, PC?

Our team goes above and beyond to offer advanced dental service for every patient we treat, and that starts with personalized treatment planning and one on one care. Contact our team to find out more.

Why should I visit the dentist twice a year?

Visiting the dentist every six months for professional cleanings and examinations allows our team to prevent common oral health concerns, and diagnose and treat those that do develop in their earliest stages.

Can I replace an individual missing tooth?

Absolutely. The traditional tooth replacement method is a dental crown supported fixed bridge, but we are also able to use single dental implants to support a beautiful, natural looking crown to replace individual missing teeth.

What is periodontal disease?

Periodontal, gum, disease is one of the most common oral health concerns. It begins a mild irritation of gums, but can progress to advanced loss of soft tissue and even tooth loss.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are small, titanium posts that replace the root structure of missing teeth. The post is implanted below the gum line where it fuses with the underlying bone, and provides adequate support for a dental prosthetic.

Can I bring my family?

We welcome patients of all ages to visit our Windsor team. We provide a number of dental services specifically geared toward younger patients such as dental sealants and athletic mouthguards.

Do you take my insurance?

We are happy to help patients make the most of their dental insurance. We’re accept most insurances.

Do you work with community organizations?

We proudly sponsor, volunteer with, and participate in a number of community charitable organizations such as Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Mary’s Place, the Windsor Chamber of Commerce, Friends of Northwest Park, Windsor Little League, and Fidelco Guide Dogs.

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