Frequently Asked Questions
We have compiled information about some of our dental patient's most frequently asked questions below. Simply click on each question to reveal the answer! If you have any other inquiries not outlined on this page, do not hesitate to reach out to our Falls City dental office. Our caring team is always ready to help!
How often should my family see Dr. Kobza for regular care?
We suggest seeing Dr. Kobza twice a year for checkups and cleanings. Why so often? Because regular care makes it possible to treat common issues early, preserving more of your natural smile, which benefits you in the long run.
Why are dental implants so effective?
Dental implants are unlike any other restorative service. Instead of just replacing your missing tooth (or teeth), they also replace the missing root underneath with a titanium post. Implants help preserve the jaw and create a strong, stable foundation for your new teeth.
How many teeth can Dr. Kobza replace with dental implants?
Dr. Kobza can pair dental implants with single crowns, bridges, partials, and even full dentures for comprehensive restorative results.
What are fillings?
Fillings are used to restore teeth that have started to decay. To repair your tooth, Dr. Kobza will remove the decayed enamel and replace it with a filling made of composite resin. Dentists have long trusted in the durability and safety of composite fillings.
Does Dr. Kobza offer care for children?
Yes! Dr. Kobza has five children of his own, so he knows how to interact with young patients one-on-one. During appointments with children, he'll use calm, comforting words to explain how to brush and floss and to help young patients understand their needs.
Are you an in-network provider for any insurance companies?
Yes! Dr. Kobza is an in-network provider for BlueCross BlueShield and Delta Dental. However, we are happy to file any insurance claims regardless of your carrier.
Are dental X-rays safe?
Absolutely! Dental X-rays expose patients to only a very small amount of radiation, and they offer numerous benefits, such as allowing our team to understand the condition of your teeth, roots, jaw, and facial bones much more thoroughly than ever before. X-rays can even help us detect gum disease, decay, and abnormal growths in your smile.
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