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During your first visit, our goal is to become familiar with you and your dental needs (both immediate and long-term). We will gather data about your medical and dental history including information about your overall physical condition, allergies, prescription drug usage and any other relevant information.
The dentist will perform a complete oral examination and discuss any treatment you may need. The examination can identify conditions such as tooth decay, gum disease, and even oral cancer. Teeth cleaning may be performed during your first visit, or might be scheduled for a follow-up visit depending on the condition of your teeth and gums.
Here are a few helpful tips to make your first visit a smooth and simple process.
If you’ve had dental x-rays in the last six months, please bring them to your first appointment. Otherwise, you should expect to have new x-rays taken.
We recommend you arrive 15-20 minutes before your first appointment to fill out new patient forms. However, if you want to get a head start, you can download the new patient forms below and complete them before your initial visit.
We want to make your first visit as stress-free as possible. You can easily download the form below and complete it from the comfort of your own home! Simply bring the completed form to your first appointment.