First Dental Visit
Your first visit gives you an opportunity to get to know our advanced way of doing things – a system that ensures your comfort and satisfaction at every turn. You’ll have a one-on-one conversation with your doctor so that you can discuss your dental history, your medical history, and your past experiences with other dentists. The goal is to immediately begin building a lasting relationship of trust and friendship with you and your family. During this private 30-minute consultation, your doctor will also ask about your expectations of us, what you want to achieve for your dental health, and what cosmetic improvements you may wish to consider for a brighter smile. Most of our new patients tell us that they have never had a dentist take this much time with them before, and consider this to be a very special part of their first visit to their new dental home.
Convenience at your fingertips
We will ask you to fill out some forms during your first visit. We invite you to download these forms, print them out, complete them, and bring them with you to the first visit.
Why do clients decide to visit Triad Dentistry?
We are a comprehensive practice; we don’t judge anybody; we really try and focus on long terms goals for the patient, and we are very patient-centered.
We sit down with the patient and figure out what is going on and what is appropriate. We just ask them questions with no judgments, and people really appreciate that.
You never have a hygienist wagging their finger at a patient you should have flossed; you shouldn’t have done this and that we are just there to help. The truth is there are a lot of dentists who don’t floss, and we have them in our practice; they get cavities, decay just like everybody else. it not like we are immune to it.
We make recommendations; sometimes, it’s their medications that make their mouth gets drier. We just show them pictures and what’s going on and how to prevent it if they are interested.
We have intraoral cameras, digital x-rays; we just put them on the screen and show them what is going on. If they want to keep their teeth a lifetime, these are their options, and we let the patients choose what they want.