What to Expect at Your First Appointment with Parkcrest Dental Group
If your first dental appointment is coming up with Parkcrest Dental Group, first of all, we would like to say: thank you!
We are excited to get to know you and be a part of your dental healthcare success. If you’re ready for the best dental care experience in Springfield, we’re here for you. To help you get ready, read on for information about what to expect at your first appointment with Parkcrest Dental Group.
A Discussion about Your Dental Health: Getting to Know Your Smile
When you arrive at Parkcrest Dental Group, you will be greeted by the friendly staff in our reception area. Please plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early for your first visit, so you will have time to complete intake paperwork regarding your dental healthcare history. If you would like to review and complete the intake documents before your visit, please refer to the following link on our website for New Patient Documents.
We will review your dental and medical history carefully, and we will spend time with you to discuss your personal goals for your smile. At Parkcrest Dental Group, we want to get to know your smile just as well as you do!
A Complete Oral Health Assessment
At Parkcrest Dental Group, we take extra care to treat every patient as though they are our only patient. We will take the time to conduct a thorough assessment of your dental health, examining your teeth, gums, tongue, bone structure and jaw setting. We will examine any factors that make your smile unique, including orthodontics, dental implants, crowns, fillings, dentures, and periodontal treatments. We will identify any problem areas and recommend the best course of care.
If you have not had x-rays before or they are not available from your previous provider, taking x-rays will be recommended during your first visit. We will conduct comprehensive x-rays of your teeth, gums, and bone structure, so our staff will know the best course of treatment to make your smile perfect.
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Things to Bring to Your First Visit:
- Patient information forms, including medical history questionnaire
- Your current insurance card
- Valid identification, such as a driver’s license
- List of all medications you are currently taking
At Parkcrest Dental Group, We’re Glad to Get to Know You
Sometimes it can be difficult to get excited about a visit to the dentist, but when you are a patient with Parkcrest Dental Group you can be sure that we are excited to visit with you! We want to get to know your personal and unique dental care situation, so we can prepare the perfect dental health plan for your special smile. Contact us today to schedule your first visit and check out our website for more information.