FAQ Category: Dental Appointments


No. We only offer a mild form of sedation to relax you during your dental treatment. We do not offer IV sedation option at this time.

We do recommend that you arrive 10-15 minutes early for your first appointment in our office. This is so you can have time to resolve any insurance issues and complete your new patient paperwork if you did not do it online.

A copy of your id is required to verify your identity and to minimize the chances of identity theft.

Yes! It is very important to keep up with your oral health during your pregnancy. However, it is important to get a release from your doctor indicating that you can have dental treatment and x-rays.

Absolutely! Please let us know in advance if you need any special arrangements.

No. A parent or legal guardian must accompany patients under the age of 18 to their dental appointments.

Yes! We can see children as young as 3 years old!

If you are a new patient, we recommend that you visit our new patients page to know what to expect at your first appointment. If you still have questions, please give us a call.

We can generally schedule your new patient exam/ cleaning in the next one or two weeks. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, all efforts will be made to see you the same day you call or the very next business day.