New Patient FAQ
Wilson Dental locations in Binghamton, Syracuse and Rochester are re-open as of June 2, 2020. Waverly office will be open June 8th. Freeville office TBD.
Do you have questions for our team? Check out our FAQ below to get your questions answered.
Just about everything under the sun, which includes cleanings, x-rays, exams, fluoride treatment, fillings (white and silver), extractions, wisdom tooth removal, dentures, partials, implants, crowns, bridges, braces, and root canals. Many of these procedures are performed by licensed dental specialists, the rest are performed by licensed general dentists.
While there are occasions when a patient has an unusual health situation that prevents us from treating him/her, we are able to take care of our patients dental needs over 99% of the time.
We will see your child for their first checkup as young as 6 months old. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry says that all kids should have their first dental visit by Age 1 at the latest.
Children should see the dentist when their first tooth appears (which is usually around 6 months, although it can vary between 3 months and 10 months), but no later than their first birthday.
Your child should have his/her teeth brushed well (twice a day), starting when the first teeth appear (generally about 6 months). Limit the amount of sugar that your child consumes. Never put your child to sleep with a bottle that includes anything other than water. Start bringing your child to the dentist as soon as the first teeth appear.
Remember, baby teeth do matter for the development of your child's face and adult teeth!
United Healthcare can answer these questions for you by calling one of our offices.
We welcome any patients who have
- United Healthcare
- Fidelis (Dentaquest)
- Healthplex (Excellus, TotalCare, Wellcare, CDPHP)
We also accept Family Health Plus (FHP) and Child Health Plus (CHP) for the plans listed above.
Yes, we accept most of the major dental insurances.
We offer a Wilson Dental Veteran's Plan for vets (and their families) who don't have dental insurance.
Our standard fees for patients without insurance are already lower than typical fees charged at the vast majority of dental practices in the surrounding areas.