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Dr. Jenna Wilson is is dedicated to providing her patients with the most beautiful smile together with the best dental protection available nowadays.

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<h3>Does your practice file insurance?</h3>
Yes.  As a service to our patients we will file insurance claims for you.  During your first visit, you insurance coverage will be verified.  Once you coverage has be verified, we ask that you pay any portion not covered by your insurance at the time of treatment.  If your insurance coverage cannot be verified, we ask that you pay at the time services are rendered.  Some insurance carriers will only reimburse patients directly.  In those cases, patients are typically reimbursed within two weeks of treatment.
<h3>Is your practice a member of any networks, such as PPOs or DMOs?</h3>
Our practice is not affiliated with any insurance network.  However, we can file claims with all PPO carriers.  Most will reimburse us directly so that patients are only responsible for the portion that insurance does not cover at the time of service.
<h3>Why aren’t you associated with any insurance networks?</h3>
The philosophy of our practice maintains that you should select your dentist based on merit, not based on an agreement between the dentist and an insurance carrier.  Your health is one of the most important aspects of your life.  Therefore, we believe that you should select you dentist based on their ability to meet you dental needs.  Often times “in-network” dentists are overly aggressive with their treatment in order to maximize their production since they are discounting their regular services with an agreement with an insurance carrier.  They also frequently rush through procedures in order to fit more patients into their schedule, again to make up for discounted fees.   We desire to provide you with the best care possible:  taking all the time required to complete treatment correctly for long-lasting results.  We also allow plenty of time for each patient so that we can run on time as much as possible.  We understand that your time is just as valuable as ours.
<h3>Do you see children?</h3>
Absolutely.  Children should see a dentist by the age of three.  At their first appointment, your child’s teeth will be examined and also cleaned.  No x-rays are usually taken until around the age of five unless clinical examination reveals a potential problem.
<h3>What is teeth whitening?</h3>
Teeth whitening is a technique used to brighten the shade of teeth.  We use a safe and proven method to whiten teeth.  Molds of your teeth are used to make whitening trays.  A mild carbamide peroxide solution is placed inside the trays.  The trays are worn for one hour each day to lighten the shade.  While wearing the trays, you can still talk without worrying about the trays moving around.  Usually after 2-3 weeks of treatment, patients have the shade they desire.
<h3>Is whitening safe?</h3>
Yes.  The mild solution only affects the outer enamel surface of your teeth.  The solution oxidizes the organic pigments in the enamel.
<h3>What type fillings does your practice use?</h3>
We use composite resin restorative material for almost all our fillings.  These are the white fillings that are esthetically pleasing and conserve more tooth structure than amalgam fillings.  Composite resin material does not contain mercury.
<h3>What are crowns?</h3>
Crowns are a type of dental restoration that encompass the entire portion of the tooth that lies above the gum line.  In comparison, fillings are restorations that are used to fill in or cover just a portion of a tooth.  Since dental crowns cover the entire visible aspect of a tooth, a crown becomes the tooth’s new outer surface.  Crowns can be made of metal, porcelain fused to metal, or all-porcelain.  Nowadays, the strength of all-porcelain allows its use a majority of the time.
<h3>Why would a crown be needed?</h3>
Teeth that have a fracture require a crown to prevent further fracture and loss of the tooth.  Teeth with large fillings often require a crown at some point due to fracture or loss of tooth structure.  If back teeth have root canals, these teeth usually require crowns as well to prevent fracture.  Additionally, crowns can be used for esthetic purposes to improve the appearance of teeth that are misshapen, malformed, or have unattractive old restorations.
<h3>What are veneers?</h3>
Veneers are porcelain restorations that cover the front portion of a tooth only.  These are more conservative than crown restoration, and are used to improve the appearance front teeth.
<h3>What is periodontal disease?</h3>
Periodontal disease is inflammation and infection of the gums and ligaments that hold teeth in the jaw.  Untreated periodontal disease will lead to swollen, bleeding gums, loss of bone, loosening of teeth, and eventual loss of teeth.  Regular dental cleaning and good oral hygiene can prevent periodontal disease.
<h3>What are implants?</h3>
Implants are titanium screws that are placed in the jaw to replace missing teeth.  The screw mimics the root of a natural tooth.  It usually take 3 months for an implant to integrate into the bone.  Once integration has occurred, an abutment is attached to the implant, then a crown is placed on the abutment for full function and appearance.
<h3>Are implants used with dentures?</h3>
Implants are also used to convert old dentures to over-dentures.  Implants are connected to the denture for much greater stability, allowing patients to eat well without concern of slipping.  This treatment is often one of the most life-changing treatments that we offer.  Patients that had not been able to eat well in years, now chew with confidence.  This treatment is especially helpful with lower dentures that have poor stability.
<h3>Who is Dr. Bailey?</h3>
Edward Bailey grew up 90 minutes south of the Triangle in Fayetteville, NC.  He graduated from North Carolina State University (NCSU) with a degree in chemical engineering in 1994.  While working as an engineer full-time, he completed a master’s degree in business management at night, also at NCSU.  He then returned to dental school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC).  Upon graduating, he worked at a children’s public health clinic in Sanford while his practice was be built in Morrisville.  Bailey Dentistry formally opening in March of 2002.  He continually takes continuing education classes to provide the best dental care possible for his patients.  Dr. Bailey is married with two children.  When not practicing dentistry, he spends his free time watching his kids play numerous sports (soccer, golf, basketball), and enjoys playing golf himself.

<section class=”page-section pad-top-2″>A dentist is a physician whose practice is in the field of dentistry. This involves the mouth, teeth, gums and related areas. Some studies have shown that diseases relating to the teeth and gums can be indicative or indicators of some health issues. The health of the mouth is essential to the general overall health of the body and a dentist will encourage and assist their patients in maintaining a healthy mouth by regular cleaning and check-ups.A dentist performs many important duties in the maintenance of oral health. Check-ups are a major part of the job and are important for patients keeping on top of their oral care. In addition to general check-ups, general dentistry involves basic treatments that can be done at a regular dental office. Such procedures might include filling a tooth, performing a minor surgical procedure such as a tooth extraction, and cleaning and polishing teeth. A dentist will encourage patients to practice good dental care by brushing and flossing and getting regular cleanings as these good habits can help prevent cavities and other tooth and gum diseases.Within dentistry, there are specific specialties which require further training, creating expertise in a particular area. Examples of specialties include:</section><section class=”page-section”></section>

<section class=”page-section”>The workplace tends to be a dental office or dental hospital and the environments tend to be typical clinical environments – clean and sterile and working with the same professionals every day. The variation will be in the patients and interaction with different people every day. As all towns and cities require dental offices, it should be possible for a dentist to find a workplace within easy commuting distance.Like most careers in the health industry, a dentist is required to be caring and compassionate as well as clever and competent. Since many people are afraid of visiting a dental office for treatment, it is beneficial for a dentist to be good with people and to be able to reassure them and explain procedures to them in a simple way.Academic qualifications vary around the world but generally require a bachelor of science degree and then further postgraduate studies. Most countries performing western medicine require a dentist to have completed four years of postgraduate study to qualify as either a DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery) or DMD (Doctor of Dental Medicine). Other dental degrees valid in various countries include: BDent (Bachelor of Dentistry); BDSc (Bachelor of Dental Science); MDent (Master of Dentistry); and DD (Doctor of Dentistry).</section><section class=”page-section”></section>

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