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General Dentistry

At Mathis Ferry Dentistry, we believe that cosmetic dentistry and general dentistry go hand in hand.  A beautiful smile is not necessarily a healthy one.
Having healthy and strong teeth is the first step in creating an aesthetically pleasing smile. Our approach is to find out what is most important to the patient in terms of their dental health and provide patient care centered on their needs and wants. We strongly believe in prevention. So many tooth and gum problems can be easily prevented by early diagnosis and treatment combined with routine care.We make coming into Mathis Ferry Dentistry such a pleasant experience that our patients actually look forward to their regular visits.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry consists of a group of techniques, materials, and procedures designed to give you a straight, brighter and
better looking smile. At Mathis Ferry Dentistry we offer patients a wide range of procedures including veneers,bleaching, 6 month braces or clear braces in office.  We understand that you may be dissatisfied with the appearance of your teeth.  An attractive smile is essential for confidence and making a great first impression.  In social and business settings a beautiful smile helps you open up to the real you inside.

Recent Veneer Cases done at Mathis Ferry Dentistry

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Insurances
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We accept all insurances. Our office staff will figure out  what coverage you have with each procedure.

We are Perferred Providers for:
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Delta
    Met Life    Dentemax   United Concordia    Guardian      Aetna Humana  Cigna    



Payment Options: 
Mathis Ferry Dentistry Accepts: MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, Care Credit, Personal Checks, ATM debit cards and cash.





We will be happy to file your insurance for you. At check out we simply ask that you pay any applicable deductible as well as your co pay. With longer procedures such as root canals, crowns, dentures and posts are involved, we usually ask for at least half of that amount your first visit and the remaining balance upon completion. We certainly are willing to pace your treatment to fit your budget.

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