Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to the Westgate Dental Care family. Our dentists and team members all work hard to make patients feel relaxed and right at home in our Arlington Heights, IL dental office from the moment they arrive. If you have questions before your first appointment, our team members will be happy to help. Give us a call whenever you need assistance. You’ll also find answers to many of the frequently asked dental questions on this page.
How often should I visit the dentist?
We encourage patients to visit us for checkups at least two times each year. As in all aspects of dental care, we will create a personalized plan to meet your oral health needs, but visiting our office at least every six months is a standard of care we support for all patients.
Can I bring my kids to your office?
We welcome adults and children in our family dental practice. We’re happy to treat young children, and our team members have years of experience working with these patients to develop healthy, happy smiles.
Should I consider dental implants?
If you’re missing a single tooth or a full row of teeth, dental implant supported tooth replacement may be the solution you’re looking for. The implant posts look, feel, and function like natural root systems, and they offer a more stable, longer lasting tooth replacement option.
Why should I visit the dentist for sleep apnea treatment?
For those patients who suffer from sleep apnea who struggle with adapting to CPAP therapy, travel frequently, or aren’t adequately treated with CPAP alone, oral appliance therapy from our team may be a viable alternative.
Can I call if I have a dental emergency?
We are happy to offer urgent dental care appointments for those patients experiencing dentistry emergencies. In many cases, we’re able to see patients on the day they contact us.
Where are you located?
We have an office on 2900 West Euclid Avenue. If you need help finding us, please don’t hesitate to call our knowledgeable team.
Do you take my insurance?
We are happy to process and file dental insurance claims for most PPO benefit plans. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions you have about your particular coverage. We’ll do our utmost to provide accurate coverage estimates for any insurance providers.