Patient care is top priority for Helton Dental Care
AMORY – Dr. John Helton opened his dental practice in Amory on Dec. 31, 1999. He was joined in October 2005 by his brother, Dr. Joey Helton.
They offer full service dental care to their patients.
Professional services available are dentistry for adults and children, hygienists on staff, nitrous oxide, most insurance accepted, including CHIPS, all major credit cards accepted, no interest payment plans available with CareCredit and Republic Finance.
A large part of Helton Dental Care’s practice deals with cosmetic and restorative care, which includes preventive care, instant whitening in office or at home, tooth-colored fillings, porcelain veneers, crowns and bridges, root canals, ClearCorrect and invisalign.
Helton Dental Care has the latest all digital state-of-the-art equipment.
“We focus a lot on cosmetic and family dentistry. We offer veneers, implants and preventive care. We also have a strong hygienist department,” Dr. John said.
Helton Dental Care has a referral program, where patients who tell others of the services are rewarded with a gift card.
“We are really thankful for our customers and the positive word of mouth we get from them,” Dr. Joey said.
The Heltons believe their staff is genuinely concerned about every patient who comes in the door. The two said the staff’s strongest point is attention to patient care.
“Children love coming here. We have a Cavity-Free Club, and if the child is cavity free, we take their picture and enter it in a drawing for prizes we have each month. Their pictures are also on our Facebook page. After a visit, kids leave here with a lot of loot,” said business manager Shawn Helton.
Helton Dental Care’s website, www.amorydentist.com, is filled with plenty of information about dental care and appointments can also be scheduled there.
Those who Like Helton Dental Care on Facebook get a dental health fact.
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