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At Full Circle Dental Care, we know that patient education is the foundation of maintaining healthy oral habits for life. We encourage our patients to ask questions, and we are happy to take the time to answer them. Whether you have questions about a specific treatment or general questions about maintaining healthy oral hygiene, our entire staff is available to speak with you.
If you don’t see your question answered below, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us so we can provide you with the information you need to make a good decision about your dental care.
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Dr. Sigmon has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education, allowing him to incorporate all the latest techniques and procedures into his practice. Dr. Sigmon and his team enjoy taking relevant courses to further their education. You can rest assured that the team at Full Circle Dental are trained to the highest standards.
Call us today to book your appointment and experience Dr. Sigmon's expertise in a variety of services including dental implants, BOTOX, Invisalign and more!
We Work With You to Cover Treatment
Our insurance coordinator, Lindsey, will contact your insurance company and get a full benefits breakdown before your visit. That way, we can provide you with the most accurate estimate associated with your procedure before it is completed. Insurance can be confusing, and we are happy to answer any insurance-related questions that may arise.
Payment Options for Your Convenience
We never want finances to stand in the way of receiving quality care, so we offer payment options with Care Credit and Lending Club to help our patients get the care they need. They can break your treatment cost into monthly payments, they even have options for 0% interest up to 12 months. It is easy to apply, and we are happy to help you.
We also offer an in-house discount plan for patients with no insurance. There is no waiting period or maximum benefit allowed, which we see often with traditional dental insurance plans.
Have questions about your insurance coverage? Call our offices today to speak with our insurance coordinator and find out how we can best serve you!
Typically, many patients are recommended to see the dentist every 6 months for an exam and cleaning. Some are recommended to see the dentist and hygienist more frequently due to oral health. Those with periodontal disease may need to be seen more often about 3-4 times per year.
Due for a cleaning? Contact our office to schedule your appointment today. We look forward to seeing you!
Your comfort is our top priority!
We understand that the dental office isn't a place you just really "want" to be. We make every effort to ensure your comfort during your dental procedure. We use a prescription grade topical numbing gel to keep the anesthetic as comfortable as possible. We also offer laughing gas (nitrous oxide), IV Sedation, and Conscious Sedation for those patients that are a little more anxious. You'll also find amenities like blankets to keep you warm, headphones to listen to music, and sunglasses to shield your eyes from bright lights.
We will also carefully explain what we are doing throughout the procedure to calm your fears.
Call us today to speak about your procedure and what we can do to ensure you have a comfortable experience with our office.
There are a number of ways to replace missing teeth, and the “what” isn’t as important as the “why.”
When teeth are not replaced, there is always the risk of further tooth loss. Leaving a gap in your mouth where teeth are missing commonly results in the teeth around the space starting to become loose. A bridge can “bridge” the gap created by missing teeth and is placed onto the surrounding teeth that are still intact. A partial denture works similarly, but it is made to be removable. A dental implant is placed directly into the jaw and then a restoration crown is attached to give the look and feel of a natural-looking tooth.
The best way to find out what is best for your situation is to call our office and schedule a consultation appointment.
BOTOX Cosmetic Treatment in Del City, OK
The BOTOX® Cosmetic injection process takes a quick 10 minutes. Your specialist will discuss your treatment goals and perform a facial analysis to determine the appropriate treatment areas for you.
BOTOX® Cosmetic is the #1 selling treatment of its kind*:
- It’s the first and only treatment FDA-approved to temporarily make moderate to severe frown lines, crow's feet and forehead lines look better in adults
- A quick 10-minute treatment with minimal downtime
- You may begin to notice results within 24 to 48 hours for moderate to severe frown lines
- It delivers predictable, subtle results, so you look like you, only with less noticeable facial lines
Join the millions of men and women who make BOTOX® Cosmetic part of what they do to care for their appearance. Ask for the first and only BOTOX® Cosmetic by name.
Ready to try BOTOX® Cosmetic for yourself? Call our office today to schedule your consultation.
BOTOX in Del City, OK
The full BOTOX treatment lasts only 15 minutes. You may begin to notice results from your BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment within 24 to 48 hours, but it can take between 5 and 10 days for the full effect of the treatment to become noticeable. One Botox treatment can last between 3 and 6 months, depending on the facial muscles that are being targeted.
At Full Circle Dental Care, Dr. Clay Sigmon, DDS and his experienced team specialize in BOTOX Cosmetic treatments for both cosmetic reasons and as a treatment for easing pain from TMJ (Temporal Mandibular Joint) Disorders. Contact our local office in Del City, OK to learn more about getting a BOTOX Cosmetic Treatment.
Periodontal Disease (also called "Gum Disease") occurs when plaque that sits below your gums hardens into tartar. If it is not removed, this tartar can cause the tissue of your gums to pull away from your teeth, creating pockets between the teeth and the gums. If left untreated, the bones and tissues that anchor your teeth in your mouth will eventually be destroyed, causing tooth loss in severe cases.
Periodontal Disease Treatment
Treatment depends on the severity of the case, but some nonsurgical treatments include: deep cleaning, more frequent cleanings, and antibiotics. Advanced stages may require surgery or periodontal laser treatment.
Contact Full Circle Dental in Del City, OK
Concerned about Periodontal Disease? Looking for consultation and treatment? Contact our office today to schedule your appointment.
If you are experiencing bleeding gums, tenderness of the gums, persistent bad breath, loosening teeth, recession of the gum line, or pus between your teeth and gums, you might be suffering from gum disease. It is important to note, however, that gum disease is often referred to as “silent” because it often presents with no symptoms; this is why visiting the dentist at least twice a year for checkups is so important.
If you're concerned you have gum disease or are ready for your bi-annual check-up, we can help. Call our office today to schedule your appointment!
Endodontics (Root Canals)
A root canal only needs to be done when there is infection and/or damage in the nerves or pulp of a tooth. Dr. Sigmon will clean out the area and remove the nerve and pulp. A crown is then usually placed on top of the tooth to stabilize and protect it.
If you need a crown simply to restore the shape and structure of a tooth, no root canal is needed.
At Full Circle Dental Care, we pride ourselves on making every visit as comfortable as possible for our patients. We understand that patients of all ages can be nervous about visiting the dentist office. For this reason, we are pleased to offer sedation dentistry to patients who have a lot of anxiety over their visit to the dentist.
Sedation Dentistry in Del City, OK
Full Circle Dental Care has three different options of sedation for nervous patients:
Oral Sedation - This is a pill that is given to the patient about an hour before their procedure. It helps the patient relax, but will make them feel a little drowsy, while remaining conscious. This is best for patients who only have a mild fear of dental procedures.
Nitrous Oxide - Often called "laughing gas" it is a odorless gas that is administered through an oxygen mask to the patient. During the procedure, patients will be conscious but feel fully relaxed. After the procedure is over, the gs is turned off and patients will quickly return to normal. This is the best option for patients who are driving themselves home after their procedure.
IV Sedation - Patients with severe dental anxiety might require IV sedation. In this case, the drug is carefully delivered into the blood stream while our team monitors the patient's condition. Patients will be relaxed during the procedure and often fall asleep or otherwise not remember anything.
Contact our local office in Del City, OK to learn more about your options for sedation dentistry.
Teeth Whitening in Del City, OK
There are minimal issues associated with the teeth whitening process, and if they do occur, they usually involve gum irritation and tooth sensitivity. One of the best ways to avoid having any issues with the whitening process is to keep your teeth and gums healthy. It is also important to follow instructions to avoid overuse of the whitening product.
Full Circle Dental Care offers both in-office and take-home teeth whitening. Contact our office in Del City, OK to learn more about which procedure is right for you or to schedule an appointment with our team.
As a parent, there are many things you can do to help your children learn good dental habits and keep their teeth healthy.
At Full Circle Dental Care, we always encourage families to make their visits to the dentist and their at-home dental care a family activity. This way, young children can observe the patterns and behaviors of their parents and siblings beginning at a young age and develop good dental hygiene habits early in life.
If you are looking for more ways to help your children protect their smiles, consider implementing some of the following:
- Limit sugar intake, especially liquid sugars like juice boxes, sodas, and sports drinks
- Purchase a musical toothbrush for your child or teach them to brush for the length of their favorite song. Your child should be brushing their teeth for at least two minutes at least twice each day
- Provide sugarless gum and healthy snacks like crunchy vegetables that are good for cleaning your child’s teeth
- Help your child brush and floss their back molars and other hard-to-reach areas
- Supplement your drinking water with fluoride tablets if your city does not add fluoride to your tap water or if your family primarily drinks bottled water
Bringing your children to the dentist for regular dental check-ups and cleanings is one of the best ways to prevent cavities and keep their smiles healthy. If you have questions about children’s dentistry in Del City, OK, please call our dental team at (405) 677-0516 today.
We often hear this question from parents of young children in Del City, OK. We cannot emphasize enough the importance of keeping your child’s baby teeth clean!
While it’s true that all baby teeth will eventually fall out, this is no reason to neglect the teeth or let your child’s oral hygiene slide. The way baby teeth are taken care of actually plays a significant role in how healthy your child’s permanent teeth will be.
Your child’s 20 baby teeth have crucial functions in their mouth during their early childhood years. These teeth typically begin growing in before your child turns one, and they will slowly fall out, beginning around age six. Most children have lost all of their baby teeth by their twelfth birthday. During the approximate decade that your child has their baby teeth, these teeth will allow them to chew and speak properly.
Your child’s baby teeth are placeholders for the permanent 32 teeth that will eventually take their place. You must help keep your child’s baby teeth healthy because each baby tooth needs to stay in its place until it is naturally ready to fall out.
If a baby tooth falls out too early due to decay or injury, your child’s other baby teeth will shift. This will cause problems down the road when your child’s permanent teeth grow in, as each permanent tooth has a designated spot in the mouth. Most children who lose their baby teeth too early will end up needing to have teeth pulled or extensive orthodontia as adults.
Want to learn more about how to take care of your child’s baby teeth? Call our experts in children’s dentistry in Del City, OK today at (405) 677-0516.
A Child's First Visit at Full Circle Dental Care
At Full Circle Dental Care, Dr. Clay Sigmon recommends that parents bring their children in for their first dentist visit with us as soon as their first teeth erupt. Starting dental visits early allows our team to monitor your child's oral health as they grow up. Additionally, by making their oral health a priority from a young age, you can assure that they get a healthy start!
We also encourage our patients to bring along their children to appointments from the time they are babies. This way, children can see from a very young age that visiting the dentist is nothing to fear.
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If you have any questions about oral health for your kids or for yourself, don't hesitate to contact us for more information.