First Visit

First, we need you to read and be informed about our clinic’s policy. We feel that everyone benefits when office policy and financial arrangements are understood. Then, we need you to fill in the “new patient forms”. They include your personal information we need to know about and questions regarding your medical and dental profile. Also, what the reason of your visit is and what your expectations are. It is important to give us all the information about your general health status and a list of all the medication you might be taking, for your comfort and safety but also stuff’s and other patient’s safety. After, the dentist will perform a thorough examination, detect potential problems and provide you with an estimate treatment plan. The consultation will include all possible treatment options and fees. After you make your final decision and give us your consent, we book the appointments needed for treatment procedures.

For time saving, you may print and fill in the forms before your visit. (Bring them in, or attach them on e-mail)

Making the Most of Your Dental Visit

With today`s daily grind getting busier and busier, it`s hard to get an extra minute. So trying to get a doctor`s appointment in between work and play can be difficult – you have to make every moment count.

Your dentist is a great resource of information concerning overall health as well as your oral health. You should be able to ask him any questions you might have.
Here are a few things you can do to make your visit easier.

How to prepare for a dental visit:

•    Get a good night`s sleep.
•    Avoid beverages with caffeine or sugar on the day of your visit.
•    Wear comfortable clothing.
•    Bring a list of medications and vitamins (name and dosage).
•    Jot down questions, and bring them with you.

What to expect on your dental visit:

•    Your dentist will perform a thorough examination, detect potential problems and provide an appropriate treatment plan.
•    An examination may include some or all of the following procedures:

  • Medical history review.
  • Dental history review.
  • Soft and hard tissues examination (bone and teeth).
  • Complete head and neck examination.
  • Periodontal (gum) disease evaluation.
  • Detailed charting of your mouth.
  • X-rays.