We are now open for all appointments!

Opening Hours : Mon-Wed: 9am - 5:30pm | Thur: 8am - 4:30pm | Fri: 9am-1pm (By Appt)
  Current Patients : (317) 773-1618 New Patients:(317) 565-4875

Archive for January 2020

Invisalign treatment

What you should know about Invisalign

Are you looking to straighten your crooked teeth? If you are, I’m sure you’ve considered popular options like traditional braces or other similar orthodontic treatment options, right? Allow us to recommend an amazing solution in the form of clear braces. InvisalignⓇ is known to be one of the best new ways to realign, misaligned teeth on the market today. With this new information, I’m sure you have a lot of questions about it. Here are a few things about Invisalign that you should keep in mind.

1. Invisalign Usually Costs More Than Traditional Braces

Typically, the cost of Invisalign clear braces is around the same amount as traditional metal braces. Although, the price could be slightly higher since Invisalign is a fairly new product. Most of the fees that you pay go directly to Invisalign’s manufacturer.

2. Millions of Happy Invisalign Clients

It seems like more and more people choose to undergo an Invisalign treatment to straighten their uneven teeth and that number increases with each day. With so many advances in dental technology, the process for an Invisalign treatment has become very efficient and very convenient.

3. Flexibility & Comfort

A great thing about Invisalign aligner trays is that you can remove then when you need too, this allows you to have the freedom to enjoy foods that you couldn’t with traditional braces. Plus, removing your trays allows you to follow your normal dental hygiene routine of brushing and flossing as you would normally without having Invisalign.

4. No Specialist Needed

Since Invisalign is designed to be a streamlined orthodontic product and treatment that a general dentist can perform, there isn’t much need for an orthodontic specialist. The treatment’s popularity encourages dental professionals to offer the service as one of their cosmetic dental procedures. If a dentist is experienced using Invisalign, they are very likely to help you treat your misaligned teeth with success. Contact for more If you are truly serious about wanting to straighten your teeth in an efficient manner that is just as effective as traditional braces then Invisalign will be a great option for you to choose.  For more information about this orthodontic treatment we invite you to visit or offices located in Fishers, Indiana. Also, contact us at any time during office hours to schedule an appointment with  Dr. Jeremy Jones.  
Read More
Dental Implants FAQ

Questions and Answers About Dental Implants

If you’re dealing with missing teeth and are looking for tooth replacement options, look no further than dental implants as a viable solution. At Dentistry of Fishers, Dr. Jeremy Jones  offers dental implants treatments to restore patient’s smiles that have been plagued with missing teeth. To better familiarize yourself with this dental procedure listed below are some frequently asked questions about the treatment. Q: What is a dental implant? A: A dental implant is a dental prosthetic that was created as a tooth replacement option. The implant consists of a titanium post that is placed within your jaw. An abutment and crown are placed on top of the post to replicate the look and function of a natural tooth. Q: Can my body reject a dental implant? A: It’s highly unlikely that your body will reject the implant since your blood type and tissue compatibility are not much of a concern when it comes to the treatment. Dental implants are known to have a very high success rate at around 98%. Q: Am I a candidate for dental implants? A: There are very few primary requirements and conditions to be a candidate for dental implants. Patients that display a generally sound bill of oral health and contain a sufficient amount of jaw bone density are great candidates to receive dental implants. If you happen to have missing teeth you should speak with a dental expert about the possibility of receiving dental implants as a solution. If you are lacking the appropriate amount of bone density your dentist might suggest a bone grafting treatment to overcome this issue. Q: What is the procedure like? A: A standard dental implant procedure is broken down in 3 phases Phase 1: In the first stage, the dentist will insert the titanium post into your jawbone. Phase 2: The dentist will then place the abutment onto the post Phase 3: Once the operation site has healed and the post has fused with your jaw, your dentist will then place your custom made tooth-like crown Contact Us: If you have any other questions or concerns about the dental implant process, contact our Fishers, Indiana offices to schedule an appointment to speak with Dr. Jones .  
Read More