Office Information

Office Hours and Appointments

We are open for appointments from:

 -Monday to Thursday

 -8:30 am to 5:00 pm

 -Lunch from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

 

Ready to schedule an appointment?

Simply contact us by phone at 828 274-8088 or use our contact form.

 

Emergency?

Should you require emergency dental services during regular business hours, please contact our office to schedule an appointment.

 

Dental problems don't always happen during normal business hours.  

 

Therefore:

 Patients of record should call our answering service to receive further information.

 

Payment Policies

Hodges and Hodges Comprehensive Dental Medicine accepts all major insurance policies and COBRA.  We are not in network with any insurance companies, but we do offer the filing of your insurance claims as a courtesy to you.  Please bring your insurance card during your visit. In addition, we accept all major credit cards and cash. Payment plans may be set up through our finance company. Be sure to ask about all the details during your visit.

Interesting Facts from A to Z

We want the best for your teeth. That's why we have put some information together here to help you the next time you visit our practice. It can also help you understand more about prevention and other dentistry topics.

 

Preventative care: At least every 6 months

If you take special care of your teeth and they are in good condition, you should come to see us for a checkup at least twice a year. If your teeth are predisposed to problems, you should be on the safe side and make an appointment for preventative care regularly.

 

Our tip: Come in for a consultation and make the next appointment after each visit.

 

Start 'em early

Proper oral hygiene habits are learned early.  As soon as your toddler can manage a toothbrush (24-30 months), supervised brushing instructions can create beneficial habits that last a lifetime.  Remember, children under 6 should be supervised at all times as swallowing toothpaste can be harmful.

 

Hodges and Hodges Comprehensive Dental Medicine recommends a first dentist visit somewhere in the third year.  Establishing regular visits at a young age has proven to improve the health and stability of adult teeth.