A New Patient Exam

If we’re looking at a new patient exam, we like to bring the patient in and get their whole medical and dental history. We then do a whole thorough examination of the health of their teeth and gums, and do a head and neck screening for oral cancers. We’ll take a standard set of x-rays to see what’s going on between the teeth, the areas we can’t see. If there are specific issues, we’ll focus in a little more on those. Usually, at the end of that appointment, we’ll have some sort of plan in place where we know exactly which areas we want to treat first, how long it’s going to be afterward, and how many appointments you’ll have to come back for. Then we work out a treatment plan so you can plan ahead and book those appointments appropriately.

The Difference Flossing Can Make

It’s easy to neglect flossing. After all, brushing your teeth twice a day is good enough, right? Not quite. Flossing is just as important both


For cosmetic dentistry, typically, it can be as simple as a one-two thing or a full-mouth work-up or full-mouth rehab. Often times for the more complex cases, we’ll get a patient in and kind of address their goals and what they want to change about their smile. We’ll do a mock-up where we’ll take impressions, send them off to the lab, and they’ll set what it would look like if we do all these things.

Parts of a Dental Team

We understand you can’t stop and get to know all of us at your appointment. Each member of our team plays an important part at the

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