Our ultimate goal is to provide high quality care as well as a positive dental experience at every visit. The difference is in the details and we invite you at our dental office to experience this difference. In our view, all dental visit should be stress free, painless, and pleasant.
Our aim during your initial appointment is to get to know you better, and learn as much as we can regarding your overall goals for your dental health. And we want to provide you with as much info as you can so you can make an informed decision regarding dental treatment.
If you don’t have dental insurance, we offer an affordable in-house membership plan, that offers discounted fees (20 – 50% off) on dental treatment. Please contact our office if you want to learn more.
New Patient Forms
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What to expect at your first appointment
Our main objective during the first appointment is to get to know you, and to figure out what your goals are. Optimal dental care is a collaborative effort between the doctor and the patient. It is definitely a two way street!
Patients can have very different goals regarding what they want. For example, some patients want to undergo an entire smile makeover, and are fully committed to making it a reality. Whereas other patients are not interested in complete cosmetic overhauls, and instead just want us to help them maintain their oral health. At the first appointment it is important that we learn what it is that you ultimately want for yourself.
During the first appointment a full set of xrays are usually taken to aid in the diagnostic process. A full exam will be conducted, and after a treatment plan is worked up, our staff will review with you and ensure that there is no confusion regarding treatment recommendations. The treatment plan will take into account all existing health conditions, as well as your goals/desires. We will also prioritize the treatment plan so that more urgent issues are addressed first. Our treatment coordinators will discuss/educate/answer any questions you may have regarding the financial aspects of treatment. They want to make sure that lack of finances is not an obstacle in getting the dental treatment you deserve.