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At Jennifer Perkins, DDS, we know you may have some questions about our dental services. We’ve answered some of the most common ones here. If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to call our Huntsville, AL dentist office at 256-801-0002 and we’ll get answers for you!

Q: Do you accept new patients?

Yes! We welcome new patients at Jennifer Perkins, DDS. You can even download new patient forms online and fill them out prior to your first visit to save yourself some time. Less time with paperwork means more time with Dr. Jennifer Perkins!

Q: Do you offer dental sedation?

Yes! To calm your nerves, especially for lengthy dental procedures, we offer oral conscious sedation. We’ll provide you with medication to be taken prior to your appointment. You’ll arrive at our Huntsville, AL dentist office relaxed and will remain relaxed throughout your treatment.

Q: How can I beautify my smile?

We offer many cosmetic dentistry procedures to beautify your smile, from teeth whitening to orthodontics to dental veneers. Chao Pinhole technique can improve a receding gum line! You can combine cosmetic dental treatments for a total smile makeover. And if you would like a younger-looking face to go along with your new smile, we also offer facial treatments such as Juvéderm®!

To schedule an appointment at our Huntsville, AL dentist office, call 256-801-0002 or use our convenient online form.

Q: Is a dental implant a good way to replace a missing tooth?

A dental implant can be a great way to replace a missing tooth. After placing the implant in your jaw, Dr. Perkins will attach a replacement tooth, usually a dental crown, to the implant. Dental implants offer the appearance, feel, and functionality of your natural teeth.

While they are not right for every situation, Dr. Perkins can discuss your specific needs and determine if you are a good candidate for dental implants. We also offer other tooth replacement options, including dental bridges and dentures.

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