What you Need to Bring
- A list of current prescriptions (if any) and any relevant medical history, such as illnesses or previous dental care or oral surgery.
- Any referral slips or letters.
- A list of questions you may have about treatment and dental technology.
- Insurance cards and claim forms.
- Dental X-rays (if taken within the last six months).
- The expert removal of plaque and tartar build-up, which helps prevent damage to the enamel that could otherwise lead to cavities or infections.
- A dental exam to find or rule out early stages of gum disease, tooth decay, gum recession, or other oral health problems.
- X-rays to find cavities or any other oral health problems that are developing below the gums.
- An oral cancer examination.
- A boost to overall health and wellness by maintaining good oral health.
- Help with TMJ issues and jaw discomfort and pain
- The opportunity to repair broken, damaged, unsightly, or aging teeth and correct or replace existing dental work through cosmetic dentistry or restorative dentistry.
I just went for my first check up here after not seeing a dentist for a year and a half. They were kind, patient, and understanding. My teeth feel and look great!
I feel that many other dentists and dentist office staff make you feel judged, which made this visit such a refreshing change of pace. Everyone was efficient and patient including the front desk, the dental hygienist and the dentist.
Thanks for doing an awesome job!