New Patients

Whether you’re a referral or walk-in appointment, we’re here to guide you through our process so you know every step we’ll take to provide the care you need.

We’re here to eliminate barriers to your oral health.

With transparency and honesty, we’ll begin with a thorough overview of your health history and concerns to create a treatment plan that fits your needs. We take time to answer your questions, and walk you through what you can expect from your experience.

First Visit

We know oral surgery is nerve-racking for anyone, so we pride ourselves in creating a comforting environment where you can feel confident you’re getting the best possible care.

You can expect to be greeted by one of our dental assistants who will listen to your complaint to truly understand what’s troubling you. 

Your doctor will then meet with you to listen to your story and provide treatment options. Together with the team, we’ll work with you to create a treatment plan that addresses all your needs.

We’ll provide comprehensive care before, during, and after your procedure.

Occasionally, a procedure can be performed during your initial visit. These “see-and-do” procedures are welcome on a case by case basis.

Use our online registration portal to get your care started today.

  • Registration

    Patient Registration

    Give us the information we need to provide you with the best possible care. You can do this online or you can do it once you're in our office.

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    Check-in with our friendly front office staff who will get everything ready for your appointment.

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    Dental Assistant

    One of our professionally trained dental assistants will take you to a private room where you can share what has been going on.

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    Your doctor will come and listen to you and provide you with treatment options.

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Flexible Financing Options Available!

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Always Arrive With An Escort

Please arrive with an escort who can stay on premises during the surgery without leaving and have no food or drink 6 hours prior to surgery.

If your feeling significant pain and swelling, call today to make an appointment and we’ll work to relieve your discomfort and address your problem as soon as possible. 

Patients should know emergency procedures will likely be addressed with sedation. Please be prepared to have an escort to bring you to and from the office, as well as an empty stomach.

Please use our online registration portal prior to coming to our office.

NOTE: If you're having trouble opening your mouth, breathing, or swallowing, please go to your nearest emergency room immediately.

Have Other Questions?

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