First Visit at Our Office?

$XX New Patient Special

We love meeting new patients, and to show our gratitude for every new smile we see, we offer an initial visit for just $XX! Your first visit will include everything you need to get started on your journey with us: a thorough exam, cleaning, and x-rays. Call today to schedule your appointment and meet the team!

*New patients only. Uninsured patients only. Not valid in cases of periodontal disease.

$XX

$240

New Patient Special

X-Rays
Exam
Treatment Plan
(318) 255-8648
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$XX New Patient Special Includes

comprehensive EXAM

During your first appointment, Dr. Stuckey will thoroughly examine your teeth and gums to check for any dental health issues.

X-rays

A series of x-rays is a useful diagnostic tool and it helps us determine whether you have any oral health issues that need to be addressed.

Treatment Plan

As part of your initial visit, we will suggest any necessary procedures, give you all of your options, and offer honest advice

Learn more about Patrick Stuckey, DDS
We’re proud to offer modern, convenient dental care for patients in Ruston. Whether you need routine preventive care or extensive cosmetic treatment, we would feel honored to help you care for your smile.

Have Questions About Patrick Stuckey, DDS?

Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us at
(318) 255-8648 to speak with our team.
How often should I visit the dentist?

Most dentists suggest scheduling routine checkups every six months. This will ensure that any small dental issues are caught before they become bigger, more costly problems. Regular visits will also help you avoid common problems like cavities and periodontal disease. Call us today to schedule your next appointment!

When should I bring my child to the dentist for the first time?

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should begin seeing a dentist at 12 months or when their first tooth erupts, whichever comes first. Beginning routine dental appointments at a young age will help get your child used to the process of visiting the dentist, and it will also minimize the risk that they will develop dental anxiety later in life.

What is periodontal disease?

This is one of the most common dental health issues, affecting nearly half of American adults. Periodontal disease (gum disease) occurs when bacteria builds up on the teeth and gums and causes an infection, inflammation, and swelling. Once gum disease progresses past the first stage, known as gingivitis, it is often irreversible. If you suspect that you may have gum disease, schedule an appointment right away for periodontal care

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Cutting-Edge Technology

We invest in modern technology to ensure that every patient enjoys a comfortable, convenient appointment whether you’re here for preventive care or more extensive work.

Modern Amenities

Our office is equipped with all of the comforts of home to make you feel at ease. Relax and enjoy our TVs, kids play area, beverage station, and even a photo booth!

Warm Atmosphere

Our office always feels warm and welcoming, so you can trust that no matter what brings you in for a visit, you will enjoy your appointment and leave feeling happier and healthier.