New Patient Information

 

 

WELCOME TO OUR OFFICE!

 

Thank you for your confidence in selecting us for your dental care. We pride ourselves on the quality and thoroughness of the care we provide. Our equipment and technicians are the best and most up to date.

 On your first visit we will take full mouth x-rays to check your teeth for cavities and alignment. We will test for the presence and degree of gum disease and we will perform an oral cancer check.

 We will do everything we can to make your visits as comfortable as possible. Sit back, relax, and listen to our music, CD, or bring your own CD or mp3 player. Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) is available for those who find this makes their appointment more enjoyable.

 We are organized to do your dentistry thoroughly and efficiently in as few appointments as possible. We are most proud of the quality of our treatment and pledge to maintain it at the highest possible level.

 We respect the value of your time and we will do our very best to treat you at the appointed hour. We in turn appreciate your cooperation. Please give us 48 hours notice before any changes to our schedule. This will allow other patients to utilize your time. You personally will be held financially responsible if this prior notification is not given. Your appointment card will be considered your confirmation.

 

 

PREVENTION-instead of treatment

 

 Our philosophy is to prevent dental problems: (cavities, gum disease, etc.) The best filling is a poor substitute for natural tooth structure.

 The long range goal is to help you keep your teeth for a lifetime. We believe you can do this with compete dental treatment and adequate care.

 We can show you how to effectively stop cavities and gum disease.

  

 

INSURANCE-we can help

 

We will provide you with our estimate of what your insurance will pay. Insurance coverage varies widely from company to company. We cannot guarantee what your company will pay. We will assist you in dealing with your company, but you are responsible for the payment of your entire dental bill. What your insurance covers is ultimately between you and your insurance company.