After careful consideration of the latest CDC and government recommendations, we have made the difficult decision to close our office for all patients with general dental needs until Monday, March 30th, 2020; however, we will open for emergency patients on an as-needed basis. Alpharetta Creek Restorative Dentistry is committed to flatten the curve and slow progression of this illness in our community. We have enforced extra measures to ensure our office is a safe environment and we are proud of our daily infection control, but we also recognize the importance of practicing social distance and reducing public exposure. 

During this time, we remain committed to serving your dental needs. Our office is scheduled to open on Monday, March 30th, 2020, but should anything change with our schedule, our staff will keep you updated. Stay well and help those around you who are in need!  Dr. Kai, Dr. Obeid, and staff

Alpharetta Creek Restorative Dentistry

Financial Info

The dental care you choose should never be dictated by your financial situation. Taking care of your oral health needs on a regular basis is essential. We don't ever want you to have to choose between important dental care and finances. That is why we'll work with you to find financial solutions that fit your needs. Insured or not, we've got you covered!

 

Insurance

We understand that working with insurance companies can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be! Our team of dental professionals can help you through the process, and make everything stress-free. We work with many insurance companies, and our team will be able to answer any questions that you may have directly. We will also price out the amount that you will be required to pay out of pocket for any treatment before you begin. If you have any questions, let us know!

We are happy to file all insurance claims for you. We gladly accept and work with all insurance plans, including the following:

Simply Smiles In-House Savings Plan 

Aetna

Ameriben

America Trust Administrators, Inc.(ATA)

Ameritas

Argus Dental Plan

Assurants

Benefits Assistance Corporation (4Dent)

Benefits Plan Administrators

Best Life and Health Inc. Co.

Bloomfield Bank

Cigna

Cigna-State of CT Employees

Corporate Benefits Service, Inc.

Companion Life

Consociate

Consolidate Health Plan

Custom Design Benefits

DeCare/WellPoint/Anthem

Delta

Dental Care Plus

Dental Select

                                                                                                                 Employee Plan, LLC

First Benefits Administrators

Guardian

HealthSmart Benefits Solutions

Humana Dental

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Key Benefit Administrators, Inc.(KBA)

Meritain

Metlife

Mutual Of Omaha

One Call dental + Doctor

Principal Financial Group

Renaissance Dental

Security Life

Self-Insured Service Company (SISCO)

SIHO Insurance Services

Surency

United Healthcare Dental

Simply Smiles Payment Plan

ACR Simply Smiles Payment Plan is our in-office flexible payment option to help you finance your smile. Our in-office payment plan option is interest free and requires no credit check. We break down the cost of treatment into a down payment and monthly payments to spread the cost of treatment over a period of time. With this option, all monthly payments will be automatically drafted from your credit card on file. Please call our office for more details.

Other Payment Options

We are also pleased to accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

CareCredit

CareCredit is a convenient financing option that allows you to cover the cost of procedures and treatments your insurance doesn’t cover. CareCredit offers up to 18 months of deferred interest with affordable monthly payments.

Applying for CareCredit takes just three easy steps, including instant approval. Once you’re approved, you can use convenient CareCredit for services like dentistry, hearing aids, LASIK, cosmetic, veterinary, and more. For more information or to apply online, visit carecredit.com.

Frequently Asked Questions

As a family dentist, Dr. Kai Liang takes the safety of our patients very seriously. We only recommend x-rays when it’s essential, and if we think it’s necessary, we will explain the reason for the x-ray and how it will benefit your oral health.

For your safety and peace of mind, we are pleased to offer state-of-the-art digital x-rays that can reduce your exposure to radiation by as much as 90% compared to film x-rays.

Another benefit of using digital x-rays is that the high-resolution images they produce are very detailed, allowing us to identify and treat small problems before they become big problems. Digital x-rays are also a fantastic educational tool because we can share the images with you so you can see exactly what we see.

Digital x-rays can also save you money over the long term. Finding and treating decay in the early stages saves you money because we can address these problems when they’re small and easy to correct. Without early treatment, these conditions can develop to the point where complicated and costly dental care may be our only option for saving a tooth.

If you are looking for a family dentist in Milton, GA who can provide you with safe, gentle dentistry, please call us. We take your concerns seriously and welcome you to contact us if you would like more information about the safety of x-rays at our dental office.

At Alpharetta Creek Restorative Dentistry, we do everything we can to make it easy for you to get essential dental care. The ins and outs of dental insurance can be tricky to understand, so we know that you probably have lots of questions. You don't have to worry – our knowledgeable team is here to make sure you receive the maximum benefits to which you're entitled. Please don't ever hesitate to call us with your insurance questions.

Your convenience is important to us, so we are happy to file all insurance claims for you. We gladly accept and work with all insurance plans, including the following: 

Simply Smiles In-House Savings Plan 

Aetna

Ameriben

America Trust Administrators, Inc.(ATA)

Ameritas

Argus Dental Plan

Assurants

Benefits Assistance Corporation (4Dent)

Benefits Plan Administrators

Best Life and Health Inc. Co.

Bloomfield Bank

Cigna

Cigna-State of CT Employees

Corporate Benefits Service, Inc.

Companion Life

Consociate

Consolidate Health Plan

Custom Design Benefits

DeCare/WellPoint/Anthem

Delta

Dental Care Plus

Dental Select

                                                                 Employee Plan, LLC

First Benefits Administrators

Guardian

HealthSmart Benefits Solutions

Humana Dental

                                                                        Kemper

Key Benefit Administrators, Inc.(KBA)

Meritain

Metlife

Mutual Of Omaha

One Call dental + Doctor

Principal Financial Group

Renaissance Dental

Security Life

Self-Insured Service Company (SISCO)

SIHO Insurance Services

Surency

United Healthcare Dental

Dentist in Office | Dentist Alpharetta GAYes, our team always performs a thorough oral cancer screening of your entire mouth during regular checkups. The exam includes your teeth, gum tissues, jaw joints, and the bone structure around your teeth. This is an extremely important part of your routine oral health care because regular oral cancer screenings at our Alpharetta dental office can help us detect the disease in its early stages, potentially saving a life.

Studies by the Oral Cancer Foundation indicate that nearly 50,000 cases of oral cancer are diagnosed in America each year. Unfortunately, the mortality rate associated with oral cancer is high. This is due to the fact that the cancer is often not discovered until it has progressed to the more advanced stages. With early detection, however, oral cancer is highly treatable, with a 90% survival rate.

An oral cancer screening takes just a few minutes and is nothing to worry about. We will examine your teeth, lips, and gums for any signs of abnormalities. For instance, what looks like a normal white spot to you might be recognized by Dr. Liang as precancerous.

Please contact our Alpharetta dental office and we'll be happy to arrange an exam and cleaning that includes an oral cancer screening. 

Smiling Woman | Dental x-ray safety At Alpharetta Creek Restorative Dentistry, we always have your utmost safety in mind. We have chosen to use digital x-rays because they provide us with detailed images of what's going on inside your teeth, and expose you to about 90% less radiation than traditional film x-rays.

We've seen a lot of improvements in dental technology in the last few years. Digital x-rays have quickly become one of the most important diagnostic tools used in dentistry today. Comprehensive visual exams are a valuable tool, but of course we cannot see deep inside your tooth to detect early signs of decay. Periodic x-rays provide us with a detailed picture that will help us guide you in important decisions about your dental care. How often we need to take x-rays depends on your current condition and dental history.

For some patients, x-rays are necessary every six months. However, if you don’t have a history of problems like gum disease and visit us regularly, you may only need x-rays every couple years. If you’re a new patient, it may be necessary to take x-rays during your first exam so we can start to develop a history as well as monitor changes to your oral health.

Man in pain | Emergency Dentist Alpharetta We understand that when you need relief from tooth pain, you need it fast. You can count on the team at Alpharetta Creek Restorative Dentistry to get you in to see us as soon as possible. Depending on the nature of your emergency, we can often fit you in on the day that you contact us.

Some dental emergencies like a cracked or avulsed (knocked out) tooth need to be addressed immediately so we can try to save the tooth. A severe toothache is another type of emergency that needs immediate attention. You need relief quickly, but this kind of pain is also a signal that you have a significant dental problem.

While a lost crown or filling may be uncomfortable, we may be able to wait until our next available appointment. However, if pain is involved, our priority is to make you comfortable until we can restore the tooth.

Whatever emergency you're facing, please don't hesitate to call us. We would rather you call right away than wait around deciding whether or not you have a true dental emergency. We will be happy to listen to your concerns, arrange an emergency appointment if necessary, and provide instructions for you to take care of yourself until we can see you. 

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