Patient Information

If you are looking for a dental office who:

• Listens and takes to heart your dental wants, needs and concerns
• Treat’s all patients like family
• Treat’s patients of all ages with compassion and gentleness
• Provides the dental services you need and want for a healthy, beautiful smile.

Sisson Family Dental is waiting to welcome you into their warm dental family.

Financial Information

We want every patient to be able to receive the dental care and services they desire.
We accept most dental insurances and will electronically submit your claim for you. We accept cash, checks, MasterCard and VISA. We also offer the Care Credit Financial Program.

Frequently Asked Questions

Listed below are questions often asked by our patients. If you have other questions please do not hesitate to ask them at your next appointment.

1. Do you have financing for dental work?
Yes, for qualified applicants we offer financing programs

2. Is Tooth Whitening (bleaching) harmful to my teeth?
Tooth whitening is not harmful to the teeth. It removes stains from the teeth that may be caused by coffee, teas, tobacco, and food. A small percentage of patients can experience sensitivity after bleaching, but this usually goes away over time. The length of time that bleaching’s effects last varies depending on the individual and his or her cleaning habits.

3. I have a missing tooth. What can Dr. Sisson do for me?
You have a few options to choose from. You can opt for a bridge. They fill in the space left by lost teeth, but they also help support the surrounding teeth. Another option is a dental implant. An implant is inserted directly in your jaw bone and will become a permanent fixture in your mouth. If your tooth is gone, but the root is still intact, you can place a new crown on the root.

4. I need a lot of dental work, but going to the dentist scares me. How can you help me?
Our office is now offering a service called “Oral Sedation.” It’s totally safe and effective in treating patients who may be apprehensive about dental treatment. Before we begin working, you’ll take a pill that causes relaxation and sleepiness. This makes if possible for us to provide comprehensive care with fewer appointments, no pain, and very little memory of the dental experience.

5. Do you accept my insurance plan?
Our office accepts nearly all of the major insurance plans. We’re well-versed in the latest coverage trends, and are more than happy to discuss the particulars of your plan with you prior to any treatments you may undergo.

6. What payment options do you provide?
We accept cash, personal checks and all major credit cards. We are also pleased to offer several financing plans, some of which are interest-free. For more information about payment options, click here.

7. What precautions do you take to ensure patient safety?
Our entire practice team is well-versed in state-of-the-art sanitation techniques designed to ensure patient safety. This goes beyond wearing gloves and face masks to prevent passing germs. It includes a specialized sanitation center made especially to cater to your safety.

8. What makes you different than any other dental practice I can visit?
We are dedicated to providing excellence in dental care; to giving you sophisticated dental treatments using the latest technology in a caring environment of competence, enthusiasm and a concern for your well-being. At each visit, we promise to explain everything thoroughly and to take the time to listen to your concerns about your dental experience.

9. I have always received the finest dental care at your office. Do you accept referrals?
We would be grateful and honored to receive your family and friends as part of our family. Most of our patients are referred to us by word-of-mouth, and we consider that to be one of the highest compliments our patients can give.

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  • Sisson Family Dentistry
  • 7550 So. State Rd. 67
  • Pendleton, IN 46064
  • Phone: (765) 778-2700
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