New Patient Exam
Next, our dental assistant will take you in to start taking X-rays and/or panoramic radiograph and our dentist will do the initial comprehensive exam and will discuss with you about the condition of your teeth and oral health. Your questions are always welcome, and you always have the final say in your treatment. If you want a second opinion, no problem-you can obtain a copy of your X-rays at no charge.
In the end, if you have any concerns including the payment options and how your dental insurance works, our receptionist will assist you.
A professional tooth cleaning is a preventive check-up and is scheduled twice a year, so before you leave, please make sure to book your next cleaning.
If you are suffering from Crossbite, Crowding, Open bite, Gapped Teeth, Overbite, and underbite, you may want to get a FREE consult and Scan at our office.
Veneers, Crowns and Bridges
before we start putting a crown or a bridge on your teeth, we must send a predetermination to your insurance. This process usually takes 3 weeks or more to get approval.
Root Canal Therapy
In your first appointment, if the dentist finds a persistent pus, she will have to put a medication inside your tooth and will finish the treatment on the second appointment. There is always a 5-10% chance of root canal failure. Therefore, the next options would be referring you to the specialist or extracting the tooth.
If you are suffering from any of the above symptoms a night guard may be the treatment for you.
Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation
Oral Sedation is a medical procedure involving administration of oral sedative drugs to facilitate dental procedure and reduce patient anxiety. For this procedure, we require you to be at our office 1 hour prior to your dental treatment and be accompanied by somebody to drive you home after you are done.
At our office, we provide Nitrous Oxide Sedation, Oral Sedation, and or combination of both. For more information, please talk to our dentist or any team member.
- Facial swelling
- Tooth or gums infection
- Tooth crack, fracture, and mobility
- Broken crown/fracture and mobility
- Broken dentures
- Broken or loose implants
- Post extraction pain and infection or dry socket
We want your child to have a positive experience at the dental office, from the moment they arrive, through to the end of their appointment. A positive dental experience not only promotes a trust relationship between your child and the dentist but also encourages your child to follow the dental recommendations we teach them. A positive experience promotes the best possible dental health for your child—and that is our goal.
Upon entry into our office, your child will be greeted warmly. When the appointment starts, our professionals will take care to explain in a simple and fun way any new procedures that will be done in your child’s mouth (exam, cleaning, sealant or other) to reduce any fear, they may have. During the procedures, we will continue to reassure, encourage and make sure they are comfortable. At the end of the appointment, we will give a reward to highlight your child’s accomplishment.
We recommend scheduling your child’s appointment during the morning. This time of the day is generally associated with better cooperation from children. We also suggest that you allow us the privilege of explaining to your child what the appointment will be like. Some parents have had unfortunate experiences in dental offices and may possibly describe to their child an unfavorable procedure. This can contribute to their child’s possible anxiety. We will explain every aspect of the visit in a way that lets them know they are in a safe environment with professionals they can trust.