Our dentist’s goal is to ensure your oral hygiene and a beautiful smile. For those visiting our dentist for the first time, the following tips below will guide you through a successful first visit.
It can be easy to forget when you scheduled a dental appointment but now we will remind you with a "Smile Reminder" via email or text message, and even provide driving directions if it's your initial visit. Just click on the link below to let us know how you'd like to be contacted. We'll do the rest!
Release of Records Consent
Download the release of records consent form.
Before Your Visit
To schedule an appointment, call or come to our office at 540-548-3602.
Once your appointment is scheduled, you may fill out your forms using the following link
It’s highly recommended to fill them out prior to the appointment. However, if you can't access these forms online, you can arrive early to your appointment and fill these forms out in person.
Your Health History
Before the dental exam is performed, talk to our dentist about your health history. This will give our dentist insight on your oral health and underlying causes of any present issues if any.
On the first visit, our dentist will perform a comprehensive dental exam. During this comprehensive exam, our dentist will check your mouth and teeth for any chronic or potential issues. Our dentist will check for any periodontal diseases, tooth decay, gingivitis, etc. X-rays may be conducted as well. Following the comprehensive exam, our dentist will formulate a custom-made treatment plan for you.
During your dental cleaning, our dentist will remove accumulated plaque from your teeth. After a thorough cleaning has been done, our dentist will polish your teeth.
X-rays are done so our dentist can examine your teeth, jawbone, and overall bone health.
Brushing and Flossing
Brushing and flossing before the appointment will help our dentist properly examine your teeth with efficiency and ease.
It’s important that our new patients understand there is nothing about your oral health you should hide from our dentist. Our dentist can improve oral health, and hiding important information (such as smoking or not brushing teeth regularly) can have an impact on the treatment and services that our dentist recommends. It’s crucial that your complete and accurate medical and dental history is disclosed on your first visit.
After your treatment is over, our dentist may recommend products to ensure that your oral health is always at its best.