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Dr. Randall Nameth’s dental care philosophy is really simple – he believes in treating patients with respect and compassion. At our Worthington dental office, you’ll receive personalized treatment and thorough care. We take the time to discuss your oral health with you and answer any questions you might have. We know that knowledge is vital for optimal dental care, and we want you to be highly educated about your dental healthcare.
“My husband has been coming here for years and finally I went too. This place is incredible. They have the nicest staff. I brought my 3 year old to get his first cleaning and Dr. Nameth and all the other staff treated him like gold. They also kept him occupied when I had my cleaning done. Just finished getting cavities fixed and had the best experience I’ve ever had with getting cavities filled/being given novacaine. Highly recommended. Thank you Dr. Nameth and staff!!! ”
“Everyone at the office is very welcoming! The hygienist was very thorough and educated me on how to take great care of my teeth. Dr Nameth reexamined my teeth and spent more time with me than any other dentist had in the past. Highly recommended office!”
“Best experience I have ever had at a dentist... the whole office as well as the Doctor made me feel welcome and helped to ease my dental fears...will definitely be going back... as well as taking my young son here as well.”
Dental insurance is important to our patients. That is why we welcome most insurances and are in-network with Delta Dental Premier, Anthem and Cigna. Click the button below to learn more, and do not hesitate to contact our office if you have any questions about your provider or coverage.
Dr. Nameth and our caring team participate in several charitable events each year.
No insurance? CareCredit fits the treatment you want and need within any monthly budget.
If you have any specific questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact our office to speak with one of our friendly team members. We are always happy to help in any way we can! However, we also know you may be busy, or you like to do your own research, which is why we’ve included the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about dentistry below. Read on to get the information you need and satisfy your curiosity.
If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, call our office right away. While we do accept appointment requests online, the phone is always the quickest way to reach us. Plus, we’ll be able to walk you through your next steps and learn more about the issue you’re facing. If you think your emergency is life-threatening, call 911 immediately for medical attention. In most cases of a dental emergency, we’ll be able to see you for a same-day appointment to get you out of pain and back to normal. Remember, most dental emergencies can be mitigated by maintaining a good dental hygiene routine.
The cost of your dental checkup and cleaning will vary depending on numerous factors, including the condition of your oral health and your insurance coverage. Most insurance providers cover 100% of routine visits like checkups and cleanings, but this will differ from plan to plan. Without insurance, the average cost is between $200 and $350.
There is no single designation that qualifies a dentist to be a cosmetic dentist. That said, you can look for certain attributes to ensure that you’re choosing an expert. There are many organizations which offer advanced training in cosmetic dentistry, including the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. The dentist’s bio will usually have helpful information on their educational background where you can find out about their training.
Dentistry is all about prevention – for your health and your wallet. By attending regular, cost-effective checkups and cleanings, you can minimize your risk of more severe and costly problems in the future. Dental insurance is always an effective tool to help pay for your dental care by taking advantage of your plan’s benefits. However, if you don’t have insurance, there are usually alternative financing options that will help you enjoy high quality, affordable dentistry. Additionally, there are low-to-no cost dental clinics that operate in some cities. The easiest way to find them is to use Google.
All dentists in the US must have either a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or a Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS) from one of the 67 Accredited dental schools in the country. To get accepted into these schools, you must have a bachelor’s degree with high grades, specifically in math and science. Dental school is made up of 3 years of hands-on and classroom learning. Plus, many dentists go on to complete advanced training in various specialties.