Your first visit to our practice establishes a vital foundation for our relationship with you. During the first visit, we make sure to obtain important background information and give you time to get to know our staff. To understand what to expect from your first visit to our practice, please read through this page.
Our friendly staff is dedicated to caring for you and your entire family’s oral health and well-being. We take the time to create a personalized treatment for each patient and we offer a wide range of services. It is our goal to make your visit with us an extremely pleasant one and to send you home with a beautiful and healthy smile.
Below is a link to our New Patient Forms that you will need to complete prior to your first visit. You can expedite matters by completing them at home before you arrive for your initial visit to our office.
We are asking you to complete a series of documents that will allow our clinicians and office administrative staff to prepare for your visit.
To complete a document, simply fill out the fields with the requested information. Once you have completed a form, simply click the next button to proceed. Certain fields may be required prior to moving on. You will see these fields highlighted in red should you have missed any. Please don’t use your browser’s Back and Forward buttons. Use of these buttons may ‘undo’ your recent actions. If you are using an Android device, please avoid holding down while you scroll as this may refresh the page causing you to lose your information.
The information you will submit is secure and encrypted for your protection and is sent directly to our office. Thank you for helping us prepare for your quick and easy check-in.
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What to Expect at Your First Visit
Your first visit to our office is designed to get you better acquainted with all we offer as well as introduce you to our caring staff. On your first visit, we will review your medical and dental histories and evaluate your oral health. We will take digital x-rays of your teeth and explain to you whether or not you will require any dental treatment.