We know you might have questions about your visit with us, and we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and answers here.


  • How long will my appointment be?
    • 15 to 45 minutes
  • When are you open?
    • Monday – Friday
  • Can I schedule online?
    • Not at this time
  • Can you accommodate a person with disabilities?
    • Most times we can depending on disability, discuss  before scheduling
  • Where are you located?
    • We have locations in Sacramento and Roseville, California and in Littleton, Colorado (Denver area).  We also have a mobile Imaging van that services regions of Northern California.   Please check out our locations page for more details.
  • Can I just walk in?
    • You can, but it is best if you call first and check availability.
  • Will I have to wait?
    • Usually no.
  • Can someone accompany me to my appointment?


  • What forms of payment do you take?
    • Check, cash, care credit and all major credit cards
  • Does my Dental / Health insurance pay for the service?
      • We’re not providers of any plans, so payment is due at the time of your appointment.  We will provide with a claim so you can mail it in for reimbursement.However, if you provide us with your insurance information we will give you a claim that you can mail in for a potential insurance reimbursement
  • Are your services covered by my Medicare health plan?
    • We are not medicare providers
  • Is there a cancellation fee?
    • no, but please let us know if you need to cancel or re-schedule
  • Is there a rescheduling fee?
    • No


  • Are all services available at all locations?
      Yes with an exception on the van we only do CBCT, photos and optical scan no traditional 2D xrays
  • Do I get a copy of my Images?
      Upon request, yes, a small fee may apply, ask for details
  • Do you do Medical X-Rays?
      Not usually, as we specialize in the teeth, face and jaws.
  • Why do I need an X-ray?
    • You should discuss that with your referring doctor
  • Does the Procedure Hurt?
    • No