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 our New Patient Package that you will need to complete on your first visit. You can expedite matters by downloading the package, completing it at home and handing it to our staff when you arrive for your initial visit to our office.
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NOTICE TO PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS
Minors who are not accompanied by their parent/s or legal guardian must present a written consent letter signed, and authorizing the companion to bring the patient.
NOTE: THE COMPANION MUST BE OF LEGAL AGE.*The letter must include the following:
1. The complete name of companion
2. Validity of the consent letter (indicate if only for appointment date or multiple visits)
3. Attached copy of patent/s or legal guardian’s valid government issued ID (driver’s license, passport, etc.)
4. Signature with date
*The companion must bring the following:
1. Written consent letter with signature of parent or legal guardian
2. Valid government issued ID with photo (driver’s license, passport, etc.)
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.