Yes we are!
Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. We also have emergency times available.
We currently have Dr. Keith.
18 months to the age of 105!
No, it is a small, private practice.
No, this building used to be the Magna Bank building that Dr. Keith repurposed to be used as his new dental practice. We wanted to use the name that matched the building, hence “Magna.”
We are constantly searching the internet as well as (and required to maintain licensing) participate in continuing education classes and seminars. We are also actively involved in numerous dental associations.
Yes, provided they aren’t heavily impacted.
No, we do not. We try to provide a peaceful, caring environment to work through overcoming a patient’s fears and anxiety.
Yes, but not zoom. Our product is a take-home product that you will have plenty of to use and touch-up as needed.
No, not currently.
Yes, we have since 1999 because it produces only 1/8 of the radiation.
Dr. Keith can, provided all of your paperwork is up-to-date including your medical history, medication list, etc.
It is a good idea to cancel your appointment with Magna Dental if you have a fever, are unable to breathe through your nose, have swollen tonsils, or anything considered highly contagious. We understand, we care, but we don’t want your sickness.
We accept all insurances, provided that you can see any dentist that you want to. We are not a PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) Insurance Provider. Always check with your provider before scheduling an appointment.
We do not have a preference. The best advice we can give is to do your research and be sure to read the fine print.
We do accept care credit, but you must get approved on your own.
No, we do not.
No, we do not.
No, we do not. We treat all of our patients the very same, insurance or no insurance.
Yes, we are a premier provider for Delta Dental Insurance.
Possible causes include a cavity, the way you brush, or even needing an old filling replaced.
Sealants are a protective durable fluoride bearing product that is placed on a tooth, to cover all of the grooves and help protect it from decay.
Some patients are required to be pre-medicated due to a prior surgery, injury or health issue. This is a precautionary measure to keep the bacteria in your mouth from attaching to an artificial load-bearing joint (i.e. hip replacement, etc.) that could cause failure to your prosthetic device.
You should get a full mouth set of x-rays and/or a panorex once every three years, provided everything looks healthy. While a full mouth series of x-rays will show your individual teeth and the spaces in between them, a panorex x-ray shows your skeletal structure. It is like a two-dimensional picture of the bones in your face and teeth.
They are the same thing.
We don’t know the reason why, but we know dogs love them! We have had numerous patients that have called through the years upset that their “Fido” just ate their new denture or retainer! Our advice to you is don’t leave it out, or it will be the new chewy toy!