One of the most common questions we are asked by patients is, “Are you in-network or out-of- network?” Many people get nervous if we tell them we are out-of-network because they think they can’t see us. That’s not the case, though. In this video, Dr. Brown sheds light on how Brown & Gettings, DDS handles out-of-network patients and how we are still able to provide them with great dental care. Watch the video above.
We can hardly believe all the changes we have gone through since reopening our practice on May 4th after being shut down due to COVID-19. As you can imagine, we had to quickly make many changes in order to continue to keep you safe and give you the best dental care and experience possible. As we continue to work through streamlining our processes, we’d like to tell you about some new upgrades we’ve made that keep your safety in mind as well as providing you the best service possible. Watch the video below to learn more!
Perhaps you’ve noticed that dental insurance has changed over the years, and while it’s a great benefit, it also has its limitations. This has inspired us to come up with a plan for our patients that allows them to save money and still get the same great dental care they deserve. Watch our video to learn more about this program.
We often talk in dentistry about the proper balance between proactive and reactive when it comes to caring for patients. We certainly don’t want to treat something that doesn’t need to be treated, however, thanks to modern dentistry, we can stay ahead of problems before they become a bigger concern.
We’re often asked by patients, “Am I a candidate for cosmetic dentistry?” or “Do you do cosmetic dentistry?” The answer is yes! If you are looking to improve the appearance of your smile and feel more confident, then we have several treatments that can help you achieve the look you desire. We love sharing this information with our patients, so Dr. Brown decided to put together a video that can help explain the different options. Here’s a quick video you can watch that describes cosmetic dentistry at our practice:
Now that our practice has opened we’ve been getting a few questions that Dr. Brown wanted to address. Watch the video above for a special message from Dr. Brown.
Cavities can develop for a number of reasons. Genetics, poor dental hygiene practices, and even some diseases can cause this common dental condition. Tooth decay begins with little holes that slowly develop into larger holes. Left untreated, cavities can eventually affect other teeth or tissue. Dental fillings are used to treat cavities by filling in the hole to protect the tooth from further damage.
The Benefits of Implant Supported Dentures The dental field is constantly evolving and improving its treatments. One way we deliver value to our patients is by participating in continuing education courses to ensure we are up to date in our techniques and offering cutting-edge treatments. Among these courses was one on implant supported dentures, also…
An interview with a Primary Care Physician Dr. Niemeyer specializes in family medicine in Hyde Park. He graduated medical school from University of Cincinnati and he also sits on the board at Matthew 25 ministries. He is a friend of mine and a patient of the practice. We sat down with Dr. Niemeyer from The…
We want to help local businesses! Local restaurants and small businesses are hurting right now. We are fighting against an invisible enemy, but it doesn’t mean we can’t fight back! Now more than ever we need to support each other in the community. I was born and raised in Fairfield and West Chester, and I…