New Patient Information
New patients are very special to us and we know your experience with our office will reflect this feeling. Our new patient experience is unique, we take the time to truly listen to your concerns. We explore every special area of concern, whether cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, or general dentistry. We invite you to experience our special care.
Our new patient interview and comprehensive examination does require an unusual amount of time, but we feel it is worth the investment. It is important to us that we get to know you, to understand your wants, desires, concerns and even fears that you may have concerning your teeth and their care. It is equally important to us that you will be informed about your oral health and that we have the opportunity to gather as much information as necessary to make an accurate diagnosis. Our goal is to know your mouth as well as we know our own. This will allow us to select the most suitable treatment plan for you.
Our staff is well qualified to help answer any questions you may have regarding our practice philosophy, as well as office and financial/insurance matters. Please do not hesitate to bring us your questions or concerns.
The core value for our office philosophy is that the need for healthy, comfortable, strong teeth and supporting structures is a lifelong concern. Medicine has now linked dental problems directly to heart disease, low birth weights in newborn infants, even the length of life itself. No longer are healthy teeth just for chewing.
NEW PATIENT FORMS
In order to save time during your first visit, we invite you to download and complete your new patient documentation from the comfort of home. Rather than juggling clipboards, insurance cards, and other information in our waiting room, patients can quickly and easily complete their new patient forms from the comfort of home.
INSURANCE ACCEPTED & FINANCING AVAILABLE
All-on-4 is only used for full arch replacement. You may be a candidate if you have either lost most or all of the teeth in your upper or lower jaw. A certain level of bone density is also required, but fortunately the All-on-4 placement technique is designed to take advantage of the tissue that’s already there, so you most likely won’t need a bone graft. If you have gum disease or smoke, we’ll need to address these issues before the surgery.