Alexander & Greenburg Dentistry FAQs
Are you accepting new patients?
Yes, Alexander & Greenburg Dentistry gladly welcomes new patients to his family dental practice in Jacksonville, Florida.
Does the dentist see children?
Yes, Donald Alexander, DDS is a family dentist in Jacksonville, FL. Typically, Dr. Alexander will start seeing children around age 3, who are comfortable in a general practice setting.
Do you accept dental insurance?
We accept most insurance plans and will gladly process your claim. Please bring the necessary information with you on your first visit. We accept Florida Combine Life Blue Dental Choice/Choice Plus (PPO), and Delta Dental Premier (PPO). Your dental care team will submit the paperwork on your behalf for all out-of-network dental insurance plans so that you receive direct reimbursement.
Do you take care of dental emergencies?
If you have a dental emergency, contact our office for further instruction. If it is during normal office hours, we will do our best to see you as quickly as possible. For emergencies after hours or during the weekend, contact our office for an emergency number to reach the dentist. We will get in touch with you quickly to recommend a course of treatment.
Do you offer cosmetic dentistry?
Yes, Dr. Alexander is an experienced cosmetic dentist. We offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry services including porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, Invisalign, and porcelain restorations (crowns and fillings).
How often should I visit the dentist for teeth cleaning and check-up?
Dr. Alexander recommends patients visit bi-annually for routine checkups and teeth cleaning (every six months). If you have signs of tooth decay, gum disease, or TMJ dysfunction, Dr. Alexander may recommend more frequent visits to return you to optimal health more quickly.
Does Dr. Alexander treat TMJ problems?
Yes, Dr. Alexander is among the few dentists in Jacksonville, FL that diagnose and treat TMJ disorders. He has completed advanced training to offer the most conservative and effective treatment choices for patients.