Dentistry with heart


Are you accepting new patients?

Yes. We’re always accepting new patients at Eltek. Contact us today to get more information and book your first appointment.

What kind of treatments do you offer?

We offer a complete array of general dental services. From regular cleanings and checkups to periodontal care, endodontic procedures, cosmetic dentistry, and more, we take care of your whole mouth through your whole life.

Do you treat children?

Yes, we treat children. In fact, we treat men and women of all ages.

When should my child first get dental care?

As soon as children have teeth, they need dental care. In general, first appointments should be made around 2 or 3 years of age.

How often should I see a dentist?

Regular dental care is essential to maintaining dental health and overall physical health. Adults should see a dentist at least once a year for a cleaning and checkup. If you experience any discomfort or notice changes in your teeth or mouth (discoloration, pain or ache, swollen or bleeding gums, persistent mouth sores, cracking or popping of the jaw), see your dentist as soon as possible.

Do you accept dental insurance?

Yes, we accept individual and group health insurance. Please bring your insurance card or policy information with you to your appointment.

What if I don’t have insurance?

If your dental care is not covered by insurance, you will be asked to pay at the time of your appointment. However, we would never let financial issues stand in the way of our patients receiving prompt, professional dental care. If you can’t afford treatment, our administrative staff would be happy to work out a payment plan with you.

What if I need emergency dental care?

At Eltek, we make every attempt to leave room in our days for emergency appointments. If you have a dental emergency, call us right away, and we’ll get you in as soon as possible. If your dental emergency occurs after hours, e-mail us and we’ll get back to you when the office opens.

If your emergency includes significant dental or facial trauma, visit the emergency room at your local hospital.