1114 Rumsey Ave | Cody, WY 82414 | 307.527.7571 | Find Us On Facebook

Frequently Asked Questions


We have created a brief list of frequently asked questions to better assist our patients with dental health knowledge. For additional questions or to make an appointment, contact us today at 307-527-7571!

Are you accepting new patients?

Absolutely! We are always looking to add to our family and proudly welcome new patients to our practice. We serve children and adults and have the experience to treat the full range of dental health issues. If you have any questions or to set up an appointment, please give us a call.

What services do you provide?

As a general dental practice, we provide a wide array of services for child and adults. This includes routine cleanings, root canals, fillings, oral surgery, aesthetic services, dentures and more. For a full list of our services, please visit our Services Page.

What do I need to bring to my first appointment?

To ensure you receive prompt treatment at your first appointment, please bring the following with you to your initial visit:

  • Your Insurance Card
  • Identification
  • Any x-rays taken from a previous dentist, if applicable
  • Health History Form
  • List of medications / medical conditions that may affect your treatment

How do I know if I am brushing and flossing correctly?

Brushing and flossing properly has always been one of the best ways to care for your teeth. If you are not sure about your brushing and flossing technique, please ask us at your next visit. We would be happy to show you the correct way to keep those pearly whites healthy.

How often should I have my teeth examined?

We recommend most patients come in twice a year for routine examinations. These visits play an important role in helping us detect any issues with your oral health (including gum disease and cavities) and allow us to correct it before it becomes a bigger problem.

Why do we use fluoride?

The combination of bacteria and sugar create an acidic oral environment. The acidic environment can lead to a loss of minerals that help keep teeth strong and a breakdown of tooth structure. Topical fluoride is a localized application of minerals that is absorbed by the tooth surface within minutes. The topical fluoride application helps restore minerals in the tooth that can help fight decay.

What is periodontal disease?

Periodontitis is the serious and advanced stage of gum disease, which can include bone loss. The gum tissue and bone that surround and support your teeth could become seriously damaged and the teeth affected could become loose and fall out. Periodontitis occurs when the early stage of periodontal disease, known as gingivitis, is left untreated.


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Cash Discount!

Paying with cash? We will offer 5% off same day service for 64 years and under, or 10% off same day service for 65 years and older!