In Houston and Memorial City, Texas

What Insurance does the practice accept?

At Bunker Hill Dentistry, we believe that no adult or child should have to endure the negative impacts of poor oral health. It is for this reason that we accept a wide range of PPO insurance that is in-network with our practice. We do also see some out-of-network patients but coverage may vary. Please call our office for details. Some of the insurance providers we accept include:

  • Armetias
  • Assurant
  • Aetna
  • BCBS
  • Cigna
  • Delta Dental
  • Guardian
  • Humana
  • MetLife
  • Principal
  • United Healthcare

If you do not find your insurance provider on the above list, do not worry, it is not exhaustive. Feel free to call our office to find out if we accept your provider or if they are in-network primary providers. 

 

Do you accept Medicaid/Medicare?

It is unfortunate that we do not accept Medicaid/Medicare. However, we do accept most PPO insurances.

 

What orthodontic services does the practice offer?

A warm smile is a universal welcome and at Bunker Hill Dentistry we strive to help our clients by straightening their crooked smiles. A beautiful bright smile can boost one’s self-esteem and confidence, alleviate speech impairment and reduce the risk of injury from protruding teeth. At Bunker Hill Dentistry we offer orthodontic services that treat alignment issues of the teeth and jaw. We use a variety of methods including:

  • Traditional Braces
  • Clear Braces
  • Invisalign
  • MTM

Our services are focused on helping patients attain a perfect smile while keeping the patient’s teeth as healthy as possible.

 

Where can I find new patient forms?

Simple – you can find them and print them out here.

 

Do I need to arrive early for my first appointment?

You can easily access the New Patient Forms from your computer. However, if you are unable to obtain the forms, we request you to arrive 15 minutes before your appointment to review the forms.

 

What should I bring for my first appointment?

To help our patients feel comfortable and at ease, we introduce our staff, and they get a little tour of our office. To expedite the appointment carry the following with you on the day of the appointment:

  • Identification such as a driving license, state ID or Military ID
  • Insurance card
  • Patient information (If you filled out before the appointment)

 

How do I schedule my next checkup?

Book your next dental checkup right after your appointment. Our staff is always ready to help you schedule your next checkup.

 

How long does a checkup and cleaning normally last?

At Bunker Hill Dentistry, we value our client’s time, and that is why a checkup and cleaning appointment will only last for 30 to 45 minutes. During the checkup, you will have a dentist clean your teeth as they check for cavities and gum disease. You also receive tips to help you take better care for your teeth.

 

Why does the dentist take X-rays?

Dental X-rays are images of your teeth that help your dentist evaluate your oral health. X-rays capture images of the interior of the teeth and gums and help the dentist see small problems that could have otherwise gone unnoticed. X-rays reveal complex problems, including:

  • Decay between teeth or below existing restorations such as fillings
  • Bone infections
  • Periodontal disease
  • Abscesses or cysts
  • Developmental abnormalities
  • Some tumors or cancer

At Bunker Hill Dentistry, we rely a great deal on dental X-rays to detect dental problems at an early stage when they are easily treatable.

 

Does your office use IV sedation?

There are several types of sedation used in dentistry including oral and IV sedation. At Bunker Hill Dentistry, we use oral sedation and not IV sedation.

 

Is there parking available around your dental practice?

If you are driving to our office, convenience is assured. You can conveniently park your car at the front of our office or in the parking garage. You do not have to spend hours looking for a parking space.

 

Is your office accessible to patients with disabilities?

We take deep pride in our disability-friendly office. We also regularly have an independent survey to identify any obstacles a disabled employee or patient might encounter in our office and make the adjustments.

 

Can teenagers come to an appointment alone?

Even though teenagers are young adults, our office rules dictate that an adult should accompany anyone under the age of 18.

 

Do you treat children?

Caring for children is both rewarding and challenging, that is why we treat children above the age of 6. However, we do treat children under 6 years if they are cooperative.