Dentist Near Me in Rogers, AR (2022)

(479) 877-2154

567 reviews

Office hours

Monday 7:00am to 6:00pm

Tuesday 7:30am to 5:00pm

Wednesday 7:30am to 5:00pm

Thursday 7:00am to 6:00pm

Friday 8:00am to 1:00pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

Meet our dentists

A. Williams, DDS Owner of this Dental Office University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry
A. Latourette, DDS Lead Dentist University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry
J. Sobieralski, DDS Lead Dentist University of Colorado School of Dentistry

New Patient Agenda

New patient appointments take about an hour.
Tap on each step below to learn more.

Before you arrive

Check-in with front desk

Meet your dental assistant

X-rays / 3D scans

Periodontal charting

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Comprehensive exam

Treatment plan discussion

Once you have scheduled your first visit, complete setting up your account and new patientpaperworktosave time in theoffice later.

In the waiting room, you will be greeted by your Patient Service Representative.

Please come in 15 minutes before your appointment so you have time to completeyourpaperwork, if you have not done soonline already.

You will meet with your Dental Assistant or Hygienist to talk about your medical history. If youhaveany oral health worries or fears, you can feel comfortable sharing them with him or her—your comfortis most important, so we encourage you to ask questions.

After you meet your Dental Assistant or Hygienist, you will be taken to the x-ray room, panoramicradiographs, and/or scanning, based on your needs.

Panoramic radiographs help your dentist view unerupted or impacted teeth, as well as sinusconditions, and can detectlesions or fractures in the jaw.

The equipment we use is very low radiation and will help us get a bigger picture of your oralhealth.

Periodontal charting measures the space between a tooth and the gum tissue next to it to determinethe health of your gums.

Your Dental Hygienist will gently insert a tool called a probe into this space and use the markingson the probe to measure how deep it can reach.

Generally speaking, the lower the number the more healthy your gums are.

We will complete evaluation of your mouth, we’ll check your teeth, bones, and gums — we want tomakesure nothing is missed.

There's a good reason why you probably won't receive a teeth cleaning at your firstappointment:Oncewe see the big picture, we’ll talk with you about anything we see and create your care plan. Itcouldbe returning for a denture fitting, it could be solving for a broken tooth, or it could beschedulinga cleaning.

Even cleanings need a customized approach, and we’ll plan for that. Of course, if you come in withpain, we’ll care for that. Again, it’s all about YOU and what your mouth needs.

This initial comprehensive exam is a no-risk way to learn the status of your oral health, and tolearn how your Aspen Dental team can help you. If you want a second opinion, no problem – you canobtain a copy of your exam results and x-rays at no charge.

Your dentist will discuss the comprehensive dental treatment plan he or she developed specifically for you. While your dentist will provide the expert guidance you deserve, your questions are always welcome and you always have the final say in your treatment.

Your treatment plan is designed to prevent small issues from getting bigger and more expensive, so it will address the problems that are bothering you now and may also identify others that could impact your long-term oral health.

After you’ve talked with your dentist, your treatment plan coordinator will answer any questions or concerns you might have. Here is where you will arrange your next visit. This is also when you can talk about payment options, including flexible, easy financing and how your dental insurance works (insurance is not required). Medicaid not accepted.

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Our Services

The Rogers office provides the full range of dental and denture services, including:

Denture Services

  • Dentures
  • Denture replacement
  • Broken dentures

General Dentistry

  • Dental checkups
  • Oral surgery
  • Fillings
  • Treatment of gum disease
  • Tooth extractions

Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Veneers
  • Enamel shaping
  • Tooth whitening
  • Cosmetic crowns

Specialty Dental Services

  • Advanced screening for oral cancer
  • Digital radiology
  • Implants

Emergency Dental Services

  • Cracked tooth
  • Dental repair
  • Lost crown and filling repair
  • Lost or loose fillings
  • Root canal therapy
  • Swollen jaw relief
  • Sore gum relief
  • Toothache relief

Have an emergency? Please call (800) 277-3633

Have an emergency?
Please call (800) 277-3633

Financing options
We do anything to make it easy for you to pay, including providing quick, easy and honest financing options. 4 out of 5 applicants get approved from our third-party lenders. Talk to our office manager to learn more.

Insurance accepted

Below are many of the insurance plans that our practices accept. Aspen Dental practices do not accept Medicaid. If you do not see your insurance plan listed, there may be alternate solutions available including special offers and financing to get the care you need. Learn more here.

  • Access Dental Network
  • Aetna PPO
  • Ameriplan
  • Ameritas Life Insurance Corporation
  • Avia
  • Basix Dental Discount
  • BCBS of AR
  • Careington International
  • Cigna DHMO
  • Cigna PPO
  • Decare Dental
  • Delta Dental of AR
  • Dental Benefit Providers-United Healthcare
  • Dental Directory Services
  • Dental Health Alliance (DHA)
  • Dentegra
  • DenteMax Preferred Provider Network
  • DNOA - Dental Network of America
  • GEHA/Connection Dental
  • Guardian Life Insurance Company
  • Humana PPO
  • Liberty Dental Plan
  • Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
  • Uni-Care Inc - Discount Plan
  • UniCare PPO 100 200 300
  • United Concordia Companies, Inc.
  • Zelis - Formerly Maverest Dental
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Payment & financing

We accept cash, personal checks, all major credit cards and third-party credit accounts and financing options.

Pricing

Basic cleaning

From $72

Filling amalgam

From $102

Simple extraction

From $119

Crown

From $790

Full Dentures

Comfilytes®

Our most durable dentures, made with the highest-grade materials for a strongest durability and a precise fit. Choose from the most teeth shades and contouring options and stay closer than ever to your real smile.

NEW dentures* Replacement Dentures**
From $1,576 From $1,376

Naturalytes®

Crafted with stronger teeth to stand up to more wear and tear. We personalize the color and texture of the denture gums based on your mouth.

NEW dentures* Replacement Dentures**
From $1,416 From $1,240

Classic

All the durability of our Basic denture option includes contouring to resemble a natural look.

NEW dentures* Replacement Dentures**
From $1,088 From $944
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Basic

When you want a durable denture that fits your budget, our Basic option delivers with functional and simple support.

NEW dentures* Replacement Dentures**
From $864 From $399

*New (first-time) denture wearer package per arch. Does not include the cost of extractions.
**Replacement per arch.

Partial Dentures

Flexilytes Combo®

Get the very best of aesthetics and support. Our premier partial denture gives you the natural-looking smile you want with the customized framework you need.

NEW dentures* Replacement Dentures**
From $1,608 From $1,400

Cast Partial

For enhanced support and strength. Features a metal framework for improved stability and visible fibers to mimic the natural look of your gums.

NEW dentures* Replacement Dentures**
From $1,520 From $1,224

Flexilytes®

For an unmatched natural look. Flexilyte dentures seamlessly blend with your natural smile. Translucent and flexible materials make it easy to wear and easy to love.

NEW dentures* Replacement Dentures**
From $1,360 From $1,048

*New (first-time) denture wearer package per arch. Does not include the cost of extractions.
**Replacement per arch.

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Dentures

Dentures mean never missing a smile — and at Aspen Dental, we believe everyone deserves to keep their smile. Whether you need full dentures, partials or implant-supported dentures, we custom craft a comfortable and durable solution that looks like the smile you know and love. And with our denture money back guarantee, we ensure that you’re 100% satisfied with your dentures. If you’re not, we’ll refine them until you are — or you’ll get your money back.

Trust our Aspen Dental team for all your denture needs, all at an affordable price. We’re with you on your journey every step of the way.

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Rogers, AR

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Our dentists in Rogers, AR also serve Eureka Springs, AR; Springdale, AR; Washburn, MO and surrounding communities.

Aspen Dental dentists are skilled clinicians and trained at some of the best dental schools around the country. The licensed dentists at each Aspen Dental location possess a thorough knowledge of dental and denture procedures. Although our dentists' backgrounds are diverse, they all share the same mission: to give each Aspen Dental patient a healthier mouth.

Aspen Dental strives to deliver excellent dental care at a reasonable price. We are transparent with our patients and provide a clear, detailed estimate on the cost of your treatment plan in writing, so you know exactly what to expect. Feel confident with our Peace of Mind Promise®.

FAQs

How do I know my dentist is being honest? ›

Ask to see X-rays and get a second opinion

Virtually all honest dentists will gladly show you X-rays of your teeth that contain evidence of the work you need. "X-rays, legally, are your property. A dentist can charge for them, but they have to share them with you," Mindy Weinman said.

How do I choose the right dentist? ›

When you're searching for a dentist, the American Dental Association (ADA) offers these suggestions: Ask family, friends, neighbors, or co-workers for their recommendations. Ask your family doctor or local pharmacist. If you're moving, ask your current dentist to make a recommendation.

How do you get through the dentist pain? ›

Fear of pain is the main reason people avoid seeing the dentist.
...
Controlling Dental Pain
  1. Topical anesthetics. ...
  2. Laser drills. ...
  3. Electronically delivered anesthesia (also called transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation -- or TENS). ...
  4. Nitrous oxide (also called laughing gas). ...
  5. Intravenous sedation. ...
  6. General anesthesia.
Jul 29, 2021

How do I talk to my dentist? ›

How to Talk to Your Dentist About Your Fears
  1. Make a List of Your Fears. Some people have too many fears of the dentist to count – needles, the drill, the chair, the office, even the smell. ...
  2. Ask About Your Options for Dealing with Fear. ...
  3. Watch and Listen. ...
  4. Conclusion.
Sep 27, 2017

Do dentists make things worse? ›

Studies show that dentists replace fillings far more than necessary, and that if they suffer a drop in income, they will replace their patients' fillings more frequently. The less someone visits a dentist, the longer their fillings last, because it gives their dentist fewer opportunities to replace them prematurely.

Do dentists do unnecessary work? ›

There's an invisible problem in dentistry: some dentists using "creative diagnosis" to perform unnecessary work in the interest of making extra money. There isn't hard data on how often this occurs, but it's clear that it's a big issue — as highlighted by an op-ed by a dentist in American Dental Association News.

How do most patient select a new dentist? ›

How to choose a dentist...
  1. Ask about their credentials. ...
  2. Look around the office—and ask about their technology. ...
  3. Ask what will happen at your new-patient appointment. ...
  4. Check with some area specialists. ...
  5. By the list from your insurance company. ...
  6. By the price tag. ...
  7. Because someone tells you their dentist is “nice”
Oct 8, 2021

How often should you go to dentist? ›

Regardless of how you feel about your overall oral health, it is important to see a dentist regularly. A reasonable goal is to visit the dentist at least once a year for an oral health checkup, although some evidence suggests that those at a low risk for disease may extend to 18-24 months.

Does your tooth hurt after a filling? ›

Some people experience discomfort or tooth sensitivity following a filling. This can be due to nerve irritation, an allergic reaction, or incorrect bite alignment. Sensitivity after a dental filling is common, and it typically subsides with time.

Is it OK to take painkillers before the dentist? ›

Over-the-counter pain relievers are generally okay to take before a dental appointment.

How can I calm my nerves before going to the dentist? ›

Learn Ways to Calm Nerves Before a Dentist Visit
  1. Prepare to share your fears with your dentist. ...
  2. Plan ahead. ...
  3. Watch your food and water intake. ...
  4. Practice a deep breathing technique. ...
  5. Visit your dentist regularly, avoid skipping or prolonging appointments. ...
  6. Ask the doctor to explain the process with you beforehand.
Nov 6, 2021

What is the least painful dental procedure? ›

How Long Does a Root Canal Take? Modern technology has made this treatment a virtually pain-free experience that usually lasts about 1-2 hours, which means that root canal therapy can be completed in one visit (although sometimes, a second appointment may be needed).

Can you talk to a dentist over the phone? ›

Denteractive believes that the time has come for teledentistry, allowing patients to talk to a dentist online today without having to see that person face to face. You don't even have to be a patient of ours: all that is necessary is that you download our app and give us a few pieces of information.

Why do dentists talk down to you? ›

Your dentist wants to make sure that you understand exactly what's going on in your mouth and whether you have a cavity, gingivitis or other dental concerns to discuss. So the end of your exam (when you can speak freely) is usually spent discussing your dental health, rather than acting as a time to catch up.

How do dentists deal with difficult patients? ›

How To Deal With DIFFICULT Patients in Dentistry - YouTube

How do you tell if my dentist is scamming me? ›

4 Warning Signs of a Fraudulent Dentist
  1. Urgency Without Details. If your dentist tells you that you need to have a procedure done immediately, ask why. ...
  2. Heavy Work That Comes Out of the Blue. ...
  3. Deals That Are Too Good to Be True. ...
  4. Diagnosing a Lot of Procedures Not Covered By Insurance. ...
  5. Not Showing You X-Rays.
Jan 12, 2015

Can a dentist tell if you don't brush? ›

You Don't Brush Often Enough

Similarly to flossing, your dental team will also be able to tell if you don't brush your teeth often enough or even if you brush too hard. Those who don't brush the recommended two times a day will often have larger areas of tartar buildup and puffy, red gums.

Do dentists get grossed out? ›

You're looking at rotten teeth all day and listening to the sound of teeth scraping (you get used to it). It's also pretty common for dentists to feel "burned out," so it's important to surround yourself with great staff and give yourself time off when you need it.

Do dentists lie about fillings? ›

The answer is not always. Unfortunately, a cavity can be deceptive. It can hide and be obscured by old fillings, location, or just not be obvious by eye or X-ray. Many times I see a small cavity in a tooth that I think will be small and find after drilling that it is much, much bigger than originally thought.

Can cavities go away on their own? ›

Cavities don't go away on their own. Cavities slowly expand to the point where they can move into the pulp and pulp chamber of your tooth, causing you pain – which could eventually lead to needing a root canal. Therefore, try to get to the dentist as soon as you notice a cavity.

Do all dentists have good teeth? ›

Regarding the periodontal status, 82% of dentists had CPITN score of 0 whereas 71% of laypersons had the highest score 3 (p = 0.007), and 81% of the laypersons reported tooth mobility compared to 1% of dentists (p < 0.0001).

How do you relieve gum injection pain? ›

Tooth Pain Relief
  1. As part of your tooth filling procedure, our professionals may administer a form of anesthesia to ensure that you do not experience any unnecessary pain. ...
  2. One great solution is using ice and other frozen or cold products to numb the gums that are giving you trouble.

What helps a toothache while waiting at the dentist? ›

How to ease toothache while waiting for an appointment
  1. take painkillers, like ibuprofen or paracetamol (children under 16 should not take aspirin) – a pharmacist can advise you.
  2. try rinsing your mouth with salt water (children should not try this)

Can you get a shot for tooth pain? ›

An inferior alveolar nerve block (IANB) is the most common injection used to keep you from feeling pain when you have a dental procedure on your bottom teeth.

See a dentist near you in Rogers, AR with Aspen Dental. From regular checkups to advanced dental services, we're committed to giving you a healthy mouth.

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