Prior to the ADA’s & WDA’s recommendations regarding the COVID-19 virus, Dr. Chad decided to temporarily close our office until further notice in the best interest of our patients, our team members, our families, and our community.  Our care team will continue to respond to calls and emails during this time. Patients with a true dental emergency will still be provided with care by appointment.  New and existing patients are also welcome to call or email to schedule future appointments. Thank you so much for your understanding and patience.
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At Fox View Dental, we always strive to deliver a smooth and hassle-free experience—especially when it comes to financial matters. That’s why we offer several different payment options and arrange a meeting with our Financial Coordinator to discuss all the details before your treatment even begins. In fact, she’ll even help you with the paperwork, too!

Payment Portal

Existing patients can use our online payment portal to make payments! Click Here!

Credit Cards

We accept most major credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.

Care Credit

We accept payment through Care Credit, an independent firm that finances loans for dental and medical procedures. To learn more, visit: http://www.carecredit.com/.

To sign up for care credit click on the button below:

Courtesy Offers

We also offer a 5% courtesy offer for cash or check payments made on the day of service, as well as an 8% courtesy offer for all of our senior patients.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

top dentist in green bayWe agree with the American Dental Association’s recommendation that you should see your De Pere dentist twice each year for examinations and cleanings. In dentistry, prevention of problems is always preferred rather than treating them after the fact.

What to Expect With Your Checkup

When you visit your dentist every six months, he or she can check your mouth carefully for signs of decay, gum disease, and other issues. Regular x-rays will enable your dentist to see things that cannot be spotted with the naked eye so problems can be identified in their earliest stages.

It’s also important to have your teeth professionally cleaned twice each year. Even if you are diligent about flossing and brushing at home, plaque still develops on teeth. Once it hardens into tartar, it is impossible to remove with brushing and flossing alone. Your dental hygienist will use special dental tools to remove tartar, also called calculus, from your teeth and along your gum line.

Oral cancer screening is another reason it’s imperative you see your dentist twice each year. Oral cancer is highly treatable—as long as it is caught early.

Dental Cleaning and Exams in Green Bay 

Don’t skimp on your oral health by skipping dental appointments. Go twice each year to stay on top of your oral health.

Dental Crown Appointment Each patient’s oral health is unique and your crown treatment also requires unique and customized care. Dental Crown treatment typically requires at least two visits to our practice to complete.

What To Expect

On your first visits please prepare to spend about 2 hours with our doctor and team. Dr. Chad and his assistants will prepare the tooth that is in need of a dental crown by removing any damage or decay to restore the tooth to a healthy state. Dental records and impressions will be taken of your tooth. Our team will then custom fabricate a temporary crown to be placed over your tooth until your next appointment.

There is about a 2-3 week time between your first visit and your final visit. During this time your dental records are sent to an off-site master ceramics dental laboratory where your all porcelain crown will be created. All porcelain crowns have the vitality to blend seamlessly with your natural teeth. When your custom dental crown is ready, you will return to our office for a one-hour appointment. During your final visits, your temporary crown will be removed and your permanent crown will be bonded to your tooth.

Dental Crowns in De Pere

Call us today if you have any questions about what to expect with your dental crown appointment!

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