Welcome to the Frequently Asked Questions page of Dr. Randall McVey's dental practice – your one-stop resource for all inquiries related to your oral health. Here, we've compiled answers to the questions we encounter most regularly in our day-to-day practice. From general oral hygiene to specific dental procedures, this page is designed to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your dental care. We understand that the world of dentistry can sometimes seem complex and intimidating. That's why we've made it our mission to demystify it through these frequently asked questions. So, go ahead and explore. Your journey to a brighter, healthier smile begins here!
It really depends. If you don't have gum disease, then we recommend every 6 months. But if you have periodontal disease, then we recommend every 3-4 months.
The dental check-up under his expert guidance starts with a visual examination for any irregularities, followed by a meticulous cleaning. Advanced tools like scalers and curettes are deployed to remove plaque and tartar, even from the most challenging spaces between teeth and gumline.
After thorough cleaning, your teeth are polished with a specialized substance, eliminating surface stains and imparting a smooth, clean finish. The final step is flossing, ensuring every corner of your mouth is plaque-free and healthy.
Yes, he does! You can find out more information about it here.
Here are a few of the benefits:
– You have a trained staff to whiten your teeth professionally.
– It actually goes into the deeper layers of your teeth targeting the cause(s) of your staining–vs. whitening toothpaste that only targets surface stains.
– You get a whiter smile after 2 short visits rather than having to wait weeks to see results.
– Your family, friends, coworkers, and strangers say, “Wow! Your smile is so beautiful!”
– You look forward to seeing your smile in the mirror.
Our office files with most insurance companies.
To gain more information about this, we'll need to know what dental plan you have.
We’ll gladly submit your insurance forms to your insurer to help you gain the most benefits from your dental plan.
We do not accept Medicaid.
Is the portion of the tooth that broke the size of a popcorn kernel?
Then we recommend getting a crown to fix it.
Would you like to schedule an appointment?
If yes, click or tap here to schedule your appointment. Or call (620) 275-9157.
Yes we do!
We offer a few different options, including Sunbit, which you can learn more about here and Care Credit, which you can learn more about here.
Only for certain services. Just follow the link here to see which services you can book an appointment online.
Our office hours are:
M 8 AM to 5 PM
T 8 AM to 5 PM
W 8 AM to 5 PM
F 8 AM to 5 PM