White Park Dental
White Park Dental | Concord NH Dentist
  • Dental Office Concord NH | Family Dentist Concord

Financial Info

Your dental health has an impact on your overall health and confidence.  We strive to make maintaining your smile as stress-free as possible. 

We are happy to accept:

  • personal checks
  • cash
  • FSA/HSA
  • most major credit cards

Please speak with us to determine how we may be able to meet your needs and work within your budget.  You deserve a beautiful, healthy smile!

Insurance

Our office accepts most insurance plans and will file claims on your behalf.  We can assist you to determine how to utilize and maximize your dental benefits.  Please contact us with any questions.

CareCredit

Please call us to discuss this option for interest-free, six or twelve-month, financing.  It can be used for many other health-care needs as well such as Hearing, Vision and Veterinary.

More information about this service: https://www.carecredit.com/go/SZC262/
Frequently Asked Questions

Our office will submit your dental visit insurance claim on your behalf each appointment to maximize your utilized benefits. We see patients with all varieties of insurance unless your policy dictates that you see an "in-network provider" such as an HMO. Please reach out to our office for further questions and to schedule your appointment!

Thank you for inquiring about the safety of our office and team. We take COVID-19 seriously and are following all protocols outlined by the CDC and state to continue to practice dentistry in the safest environment possible. Luckily, dental care professionals were included in phase 1a and 1b in NH and have had access to the vaccine available. Due to HIPAA it would be each team member's personal choice to share this information with patients. Dr. Harvey has successfully completed both vaccinations! We continue to wear the highest level of full PPE, pre-screen all team members and patients, socially distance within the office, and follow strict disinfection and sterilization protocols as usual.

sedation dentistry concord nhDental fear is a common issue affecting millions of Americans. It’s very real, and at White Park Dental, we take your fears and your concerns seriously.

Some people develop dental fear after a difficult treatment or as the result of a less-than-sympathetic dentist, but most people can’t quite explain what causes them so much anxiety when they think of going to the dentist.

We think that part of the problem is how dentists are often portrayed in the media. TV shows and movies often show dentists as sadistic or cruel, which is unfortunate – and also couldn’t be further from the truth.

Your Comfort Is Our Priority

Your comfort is one of our main focuses. We will do everything in our power to make sure that you are comfortable at all times, and we always talk to you ahead of time about all your options. We will never perform any treatment without your express permission. You are in charge of your dental health, and we will respect your decisions.

If the thought of a cleaning or other procedure makes you anxious, please give us a call. Dr. Harvey and Bogacz have been in practice for several years and have the skill and expertise to make your dental care both efficient and comfortable. We will always recommend the most conservative treatment to resolve any problems that develop.

Call today to learn more about how we can help you overcome your dental anxiety.
 

Our office follows the American Dental Association (ADA) and US Department of Health and Human Service’s Dental Radiographic Examination Guidelines. These guidelines have been designed to limit radiation exposure to the patient, while also enabling us to diagnose oral and dental disease properly and provide standard of care. We assess intervals based on your individual history of dental work and disease risk. Please ask our office if you have further questions.

It has been stated that the mouth is a “window into the health of the body”.  A connection has been found between oral health and several diseases including heart disease, diabetes, alzheimer’s, pneumonia, arthritis, cancer and premature labor.  80% of American adults over 35 have some form of gum disease.

Control Your Risk

Poor dental health leads to an increase in harmful bacteria, which enters the bloodstream and can lead to an increased risk of infection and/or inflammation.  Control of gum inflammation and prevention of periodontal (gum) disease by brushing twice daily, flossing nightly and seeing your dentist & hygienist routinely for professional maintenance is key for prevention.  It is also important to reduce your health risks with proper nutrition and quitting smoking.  We would be happy to consult with your regarding your health, please contact us!

If you have difficulty using our website, please email us or call us at (603) 225-4143
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We are excited to say our office is open and accepting new patients! While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your safety and dental health. We look forward to seeing you again and are happy to answer any questions you may have.  To make an appointment please call our office at (603) 225-4143.

To learn about the recent changes to our infection control processes, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page.