On your first visit to our practice, you will notice how we stand apart from other practices, and this is only the beginning. We believe patients are unique in both their physical appearance and desires and therefore your unique dental condition needs a unique treatment objective. Such careful planning is accomplished through a thorough assessment, which includes:
- A personalized interview for us to understand your individual needs and expectations, and for you to get to know us, and our philosophy of patient care.
- A comprehensive examination of your oral and overall health.
Your Initial Consultation
At your initial consultation, we will discuss your current concerns, review your dental history, perform a brief and limited orofacial exam, and begin formulating possible treatment options. Simple dental radiographs or intra and extra-oral photographs may be needed to assist in planning a comprehensive plan of care.
Your Second Visit
During your second appointment, you will be provided with the estimation of treatment options and predicted related costs. After your approval of the estimated treatment plan, one of our friendly team members who is suited to your treatment needs will examine you. Finally, all diagnostic information which has been gathered will be evaluated and discussed by your team of specialists to propose an individualized plan.
Receiving Your Personalized Treatment Plan
Later on in the consultation process, you will be handed a list of detailed treatment options to achieve the best possible esthetic and functional result for you. In this report, you will be informed of any possible ramifications and estimated costs for all treatments.
The first three visits will last approximately 1.5 – 2 hours. All patients receive a comprehensive examination, followed by a thorough explanation of treatment options and their associated estimated costs and benefits. This allows you to make an informed decision, selecting a course of care that meets your individual desire and expectation. We execute your treatment plan using advanced techniques and materials, exceeding the current standard of care.