At your first visit in our office, you will need to complete health history and insurance paperwork. We can also send you these forms via mail, email, or fax machine if you would like to print and fill them out ahead of time to bring with you. We typically schedule one to one and a half hours for the Initial Comprehensive Exam, which usually involve a cleaning, oral cancer screening, review of radiographic images, and other evaluations. You will leave your first visit with a proposed treatment plan and your options for dental implants. Prior to your next appointment, our goal is to have an estimated insurance coverage information form for you. If you have any questions or concerns about the dental implant process, our team is available to speak with you at any time.
If you are seeking dental implants and have already seen another dentist – but want a second opinion – please bring your latest X-rays with you, along with any other information you have from your visit to the other dental office. We will complement that information with our own discoveries.