How Do I Make an Appointment?
For your convenience, we offer a number of ways to schedule an appointment at Advanced Dental Care:
, you can either book an appointment with our online scheduler or fill out a request form.
You can call or text us at any time at (714) 424-9099. Feel free to let us know if you have any
questions you want to be answered before you make an appointment.
We also accept appointment requests through email. Contact us at
Click the icon on the bottom right corner of this page to begin a live chat with us.
You can reach out to us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Google (all linked further
down on this page).
Do You Offer Second Opinions?
Sometimes, whether it’s because you’re confused by a suggested procedure or you just want
input from another dental expert, you might want to seek a second opinion about your care – and
we’re here to help! Reach out to us today to schedule a second opinion consultation with Dr.
Jeremy Jorgenson. He’ll listen to your concerns and thoroughly examine your mouth before giving
you suggestions on what you should do next to protect your oral health.
How Often Should I Go to the Dentist?
It depends on what your dental team recommends. Most people only need a dental checkup and cleaning
performed every 6 months with X-rays being taken at least once a year. But if you have advanced gum
disease or are particularly prone to plaque buildup, you might need to start seeing the dentist every 3
or 4 months.
We’ll let you know how often you need to visit our office based on the state of your oral health,
and we’ll make sure to send you text, email, and phone reminders when you have an appointment
What Does My Insurance Cover?
The answer to that question depends on what plan you have. Oftentimes, dental insurance follows a
100-80-50 structure where preventive care is 100% covered, basic procedures like fillings are 80%
covered, and major procedures like crowns are 50% covered. Of course, no two plans are alike, so you
might want to call your insurance company to confirm whether they’ll help pay for a given
Our experienced treatment coordinators can review your insurance plan with you. They’ll explain
the maximums, deductibles, general service category coverage, frequency, and limitations of your plan so
that you can make the best choices for taking advantage of your benefits.