Why Capital Dental?

If you’ve been searching for a dentist who is established, skilled, friendly and compassionate. Read on and learn why Capital Dental is the place for your dental care.

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Have you ever wondered how frequently you need to go to the dentist if you’re over 50? Or when to first start your children? Click the link to learn the answers. And if you have other questions, drop us a note and we at Capital Dental will gladly respond.

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First Visit

Visiting a dentist for the first time can be stressful. What to bring? What forms to complete? What about payment terms? We want to make your initial visit as smooth as possible. Click the link to learn how.

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key details about our practiceABOUT US

Our Practice

Choosing a dentist to entrust your family’s dental care can be a very confusing and downright stressful process. The Jackson area; however, is very fortunate to have some of the most qualified professionals in all of Mississippi. One such practice is Capital Dental.

Capital Dental and their dedicated team of professionals work diligently every day to insure that their patients receive the best possible dental care. With over 50 combined years of experience, Capital Dental moves seamlessly as a team to deliver dental treatment in a caring, sensitive and painless manner.

Lori Milburn
Dental Assistant
Joy Kennedy
Front Office
Cindy Bryan
Dental Hygienist
Becky McIntyre
Claire Giffin
Dental Hygienist
Jessica Saums
Dental Hygienist
Mary Garner
Dental Hygienist
Monica Belcher
Patient Insurance
Tori Layton
Dental Assistant

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most frequent procedures providedOUR SERVICES

Cleaning / New Patient Exams

Amalgam Restorations

Silver fillings.

Root Canal

Procedure used to save an abscessed tooth in which the pulp chamber is cleaned out, disinfected, and filled with a permanent filling.


A post that is implanted into bone. A crown, bridge, or denture is then placed over the implant to restore function and aesthetics.


A removable appliance (prosthesis) that replaces missing teeth in either the upper or lower jaw.

Botox/Dermal Fillers

Sleep Apnea Treatment

Digital X-Rays

Composite Restorations

Tooth-colored filling material


Full coverage for a tooth (used when the tooth cannot be restored by a filling).


A fixed appliance (prosthesis) that replaces missing teeth. A bridge is a series of attached crowns.


A removable appliance that replaces some of the teeth in either the upper or lower jaw.

Clear Correct

Short term orthodontic clear aligners

FAQFrequently Asked Questions

  1. What is cosmetic dentistry?

    Cosmetic dentistry is a term that has evolved from marketing – it is not a dental “specialization” – rather it is standard dental practice. The term refers to a procedure that enables the restoration of chipped, spotted, discolored or gapped teeth. We use modern materials that match the shade, translucency, and texture of your teeth. Our goal is to have the end result appear as if no treatment was performed.

  2. I have been a little skeptical at times of some of my former dentists who have recommended solutions that appear to be “over-kill” (and overly expensive). What’s your approach?

    Capital Dental works together with you, the patient. We can only recommend treatment and leave it to the patient to decide what to do.

  3. Many of my friends take their children to a Pediatric Dentist. Do you treat children?

    Yes we do. And we encourage our families to find a “family” dentist to treat all of their members. Children should visit a dentist every six months. We like to catch problems when they are small. Seeing the child every six months gives us the best chance to keep an eye out for any signs of early decay. Additionally, since teeth start coming and going, we like to have a history of each patient’s dental development. You should schedule the first appointment around the child’s second birthday so that we can check for good oral hygiene, cavities and any developmental or congenital abnormalities.

  4. My biggest fear is that the dental procedure will hurt. What do you do to help relieve this?

    From the moment each patient walks into our office we try to help them feel at ease. We understand that going to the dentist may be a scary thing for some people, so we try to make you as comfortable as possible. Once a patient is “numb,” each procedure should go smoothly. At any given time, if a patient communicates with us, we can administer more medicine if needed. We also offer nitrous oxide (laughing gas) for those who may need something a little extra.

  5. I have a daughter in college. Should we find her a dentist near her campus or can she still be adequately serviced by our family dentist?

    Generally the best solution is for her to continue being seen by her family dentist. Since she should schedule an appointment every 6 months, most college students schedule during spring break, summers or over the Christmas break. Naturally if she has an emergency while away at school she should see a local dentist. We would be pleased to recommend someone.

  6. I’m over 50 and it’s been a long time since I’ve had a cavity. How frequently do I need to have dental exams?

    All people regardless of age should see a dentist every 6 months for regular dental visits. It’s important for “middle age” adults to seek out a dentist every 6 months for various reasons. As we age, we can face other issues that require treatment, for example, you may have to have plaque removed through a deep-cleaning method called scaling and root planing. This procedure helps remove bacteria that contribute to gum disease. Even though you may be “cavity free”, you can have gum and bone loss and need to be treated.

Why Choose Capital Dental?

  • We are respectful of our patient’s time so we are diligent in honoring our appointment schedule.
  • We try to make our patients feel comfortable from the moment they walk into our office until they leave – we know that going to the dentist can be a stressful time.
  • We listen to you and make sure that we explain ourselves so that you fully understand our recommended dental
  • We don’t “dictate” our recommended procedures to you; rather we listen to your needs and offer our best professional recommendations – the same as we would choose for our own family – then you decide
  • You are not a “number” or “appointment” or our “next patient”. You are YOU and we call you by name and get to know you so that you feel that you are among friends while receiving our dental services.
  • We know that dental services can be a strain on a family’s budget; therefore, we strive to keep the cost of our services as affordable as possible.
  • We accept most dental insurance and we process the claim for you.
    We do not pressure our patients into having dental procedures they find uncomfortable.
  • We do not use our office to promote dental-related products.
  • At Capital Dental we love working with people of all ages.
  • Our office is conveniently accessed from Jackson, Madison, Ridgeland, Flowood, Brandon and Pearl; and because we are located just off I-55 and Lakeland Drive, we are convenient for family members working in and around North Jackson.
  • We will provide free second opinions on dental procedures
  • At Capital Dental, we are happy to answer dental questions. Just email us and we will respond.

scheduling an initial appointmentFirst Visit

What to Bring

  • Bring all of your insurance information with you including your insurance card
  • Have the name and date of birth of the person who is the subscriber for the insurance
  • Bring a list of any medications that the new patient is currently taking.

When we schedule the initial appointment for new patients we budget a few minutes for them to complete any paperwork; however, to offer more flexibility we have linked our New Patient Information form for your convenience. If you wish to review this form or complete it in advance of your appointment, click on this link, print it out, complete the information and bring them with you.


If you are covered by a dental insurance plan, we will gladly file your insurance forms for you with a request to have the benefits assigned to our office. Co-payments may be required at the beginning of treatment.

We accept most types of dental insurance including: Aetna, Cigna, Humana, United Healthcare, United Concordia, Delta Dental, Guardian, Dentamax, Connection Dental and Alwayscare/Starmount If you don’t see your insurance company, please call us.

Payment Options

We strive to keep the cost of our dental services low for our patients. In order to do so, all fees are due and payable at the time of service unless prior arrangements have otherwise been made. We accept cash, check, take most credit cards, and Care Credit. Care Credit lets you begin your treatment immediately – them pay for it over time with low monthly payments. To apply click here or call (800) 677-0718. If you have any questions about payment please feel free to contact us.

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Contact Info

Capital Dental is conveniently located off Lakeland Drive.

1771 Lelia Dr, Jackson, MS 39216

Phone: (601) 362-2660

Fax: (601) 362-6363

Emergencies: (601) 720-3857 and

(601) 946-9009 (non business hours)

Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Mon-Thurs

Closed Noon to 1:00 PM each day for lunch

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