Welcome New Patient...

You feel welcome as you are
greeted by our friendly staff.

Welcome New Patient. We want to make sure your first experience to our office is pleasant and relaxing.

We look forward to having you as our patient. We realize that some people find visiting the dentist to be uncomfortable. We can assure you that you will find our office and staff quite different.

From the minute you walk through our door you are greeted and welcomed by our friendly staff. You will immediately feel comfortable as you experience the warm, pleasant, and comfortable ambiance of our offices. Our goal is to make you feel at ease and provide you with the best possible dental care.

Here are some things to help you prepare for your visit to our office and what to expect when you arrive:

We are providing links to the patient forms below for your convenience. You can save time by downloading the Patient Information Forms and filling them out in the privacy of your own home versus the need to fill them out in our office. Please print and fill out the Patient Information, Medical History and HIPAA forms and bring them with you to your first appointment.

  • Our new patient examination typically includes checking for cavities; assessing your periodontal (gum) condition and an oral cancer screening. Necessary x-rays may also be obtained.
  • After reviewing your information and the results of your exam during our first visit, we will get to know you, discuss your dental needs and personal objectives so a personalized treatment plan just for you and your personal care needs can begin.
  • Payment is due as our services are rendered, and we are happy to provide you with an estimate for your recommended treatment plan and together, will define the dental plan that will work best for you.
  • We accept cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover as forms of payment. We also now accept Care Credit.

    We will file the claims with your insurance company. You are responsible only for your co-payment and deductible, as well as any expenses that are not covered by your insurance company.

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