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What to Expect

We’re excited that you’re here and ready to go get your healthy smile on!
Rest assured we’re in this together, and our job is to keep you smiling every step of the way!


Smile and Relax

Smile and relax

We get it… a dentist visit isn’t top of your list of fun things to do. We promise we will make you comfortable, give you our best care, utmost respect, and help you get on with your day. Our offices are brimming with friendly, understanding people who know exactly what you’re feeling. We’re here for you, every step of the way!

What happens at the first visit

What happens at my first visit?

You will get a careful oral examination by your dentist, who will check for things like tooth decay, gum disease and other things that can affect not just your mouth, but your overall health. Then you’ll talk together about any treatments you might benefit from.

You may get a teeth cleaning on your first dental visit, or it may be scheduled for a follow-up visit. From start to finish, this first visit will most likely last 1 – 1 1/2 hours so we can make sure we’ve given your smile the attention it needs.

What should I bring with me

What should I bring with me?

Let’s make sure your visit is a breeze. Don’t forget to bring:

Are you ready to smile? Book your appointment.


DO THE PAPERWORK AHEAD OF TIME

Resources
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Saliva: Protection Against Cavities

Did you know saliva protects you from cavities? Since it’s made up of enzymes, proteins, and minerals, it plays an important role in keeping your mouth healthy. Your spit is also a way for your body to communicate a variety of responses. Read on to learn more! The Ultimate Defender Cavities develop from acidic build-up…

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At-Home Teeth Whitening Tips

Planning to whiten your teeth at home? Before starting, it’s important to know about the dos and don’ts of at-home teeth whitening. Let’s make sure your smile not only sparkles but stays strong and healthy. Read our simple checklist first and then you’re ready to whiten your smile! Do: Consult Your Dentist | Don’t: Expect…

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I fill out my New Patient paperwork ahead of time?

Yes you can! You can fill them out before your appointment. Visit our What to Expect page where you can download the forms and fill them out ahead of time.

 

Do you have New Patient forms in Spanish?

Yes we do, we have them in English and Spanish, feel free to fill them out ahead of time.

It’s been a long time since I’ve visited the dentist. What do I need to do?

No worries! Just make an appointment it’s that easy. If you have insurance please bring your insurance card with you. You’ll have an exam and x-rays and most often a teeth cleaning. If any additional treatment is needed we can schedule a future appointment or if everyone’s schedule permits may be able to start treatment the same day.

When should I take my child to the dentist for their first check-up?

You can bring your child in for a checkup as soon as they have teeth!

Do your offices or doctors have any online reviews?

Yes we do, each one of our offices has a Google, Facebook and Yelp Reviews. Please feel free to check them out and read our reviews on our offices and doctors.

Are my files transferable to your office?

If you are a current patient at another dental office and wish to transfer over to one of our locations. You can either bring your files with you on your appointment or you can work with the current provider and ask them to send them to our office. If you have any questions feel free to always call the office.