We get this question with somewhat surprising regularity. We are always thrilled to accept great new patients. A great new patient isn’t necessarily someone who loves the thought of coming to the dentist or someone with perfect teeth. A great new patient is someone who has a desire to either maintain or improve their health and/or smile. Whether that’s someone with with no fear of the dentist or someone who requires sedation for a routine cleaning, or whether you have major concerns about your oral health or just need to make sure you’re staying on track, give us a call. We look forward to meeting you!
Are You Accepting New Patients?
- How does professional teeth whitening work?
- Why do so many people choose cosmetic dentistry?
- I have had a problem with dentures slipping in the past. Have dentures improved in recent years?
- I’ve heard awful stories about a dentist putting their knee of someone’s chest to pull a tooth. What should I expect if I’m going to have a tooth removed?
- What can I expect during my dental exam?
- What’s left of my tooth after a root canal?
- How should I manage pain after oral surgery?
- My spouse has been told they have sleep apnea but hates the idea of wearing a CPAP at night. What can a dentist do to help?
- I brush my teeth twice a day, but I still get cavities. What else can I do?
- I am concerned about the radiation from dental x-rays. Are they safe?
- I have heard gum disease treatment is very unpleasant. How bad is it?
- Will teeth whitening damage my teeth?