Frequently Asked Questions

Browse our Frequently Asked Questions list below to find out more about our practice.

dental-faqDo you accept my insurance?
Most Dental Insurance is accepted at Perez Family Dental. If you have any questions about your insurance coverage our friendly office staff will be happy to assist you either in person or by phone. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept any type of HMO or Medicaid insurance at this time.

Do you treat children?
Perez Family Dental treats children ages 8 and up. For children under the age of 8, Dr. Perez will refer you to pediatric dentist.

Does it cost more to visit Perez Family Dental?
No. Perez Family Dental’s treatment pricing schedule is very reasonable and competitive with other dentists in the area. For more information on financial assistance available for dental services, please refer to the links on the right side of the page.

Does Dr. Perez specialize in family dentistry?
Perez Family Dental provides general family dentistry, with a strong focus on cosmetic/restorative dentistry. Whether you need general dental procedures like fillings and crowns, or would like to have a “Hollywood Smile”, Dr. Perez can help you.

As a new patient, how long will it take me to get an appointment?
If you’re flexible on the time of the appointment, we can usually see you within a matter of days. Afternoon appointments typically fill up first, so if you require an afternoon appointment you’re waiting time may be slightly longer.

Can I call and get a same-day appointment?
In the event of a dental emergency we will make every effort to see you on the same day. For other indicated treatments you’ll need to schedule an appointment at a future date.

Is Perez Family Dental bilingual?
Everyone on staff at Perez Family Dental is fluent in both English and Spanish.

Does Perez Family Dental remove wisdom teeth?
Extraction of wisdom teeth is done on a case-by-case basis. Dr. Perez will need to do an exam to determine if it’s appropriate to have your wisdom teeth removed in our office. If we are unable to perform the procedure, Dr. Perez will refer you to an oral surgeon to perform the extraction.