Before your Appointment


Complete your registration form prior to your visit.
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Bring your treatment referral slip, any x-rays, and list of medications you’re presently taking to your appointment. Please do not take any pain medications 4-6 hours before your scheduled appointment time to avoid masking symptoms. A minor must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to discuss treatment options with our doctor. Our staff will review further instructions specific to your treatment when you call to make your appointment. Notify our staff at that time if you’re required to take an antibiotic prior to dental treatment for any health conditions.


If you have questions regarding your dental benefits, call us prior to your appointment. We participate with most major dental benefit companies and several PPO plans. We’ll work closely with you to coordinate the payment of your dental benefits and submit the necessary forms to your insurance company. Any unpaid insurance balances will become your responsibility 45 days after the treatment date.


Endodontic fees vary depending on the complexity of the treatment needed. Before any treatment is performed you’ll be given an estimate of the anticipated fees. Full payment of the fee or estimated co-payment is required at the time that your treatment is performed. Call us if you’d like to discuss payment options prior to your appointment.
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We accept personal checks, debit cards, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, Apple Pay, and Google Pay. Payment plans are also available through Care Credit.

Appointment Day


Our Business Assistants will greet you with a friendly welcome and complete the registration process with our office.


Our Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) will then give you personal attention to review your medical history, take your blood pressure, discuss your symptoms, and answer any questions before introducing you to your doctor.


Each treatment is unique depending on your condition – procedure duration and recovery times will vary. You can read more about your specific treatment here.
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Our Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) will review post-op instructions with you immediately after your procedure. You can also expect a follow-up call from our PCC the day after your treatment, to check on your progress.
If you’re having a non-surgical procedure, you’ll return to us six months after treatment. If you’re having endodontic surgery, you’ll return for suture removal and six months after surgery.