Welcome, New Patients!
We are delighted to welcome you to our practice!
We are serious about providing high quality care and creating an outstanding pediatric dental experience that is comfortable, stress and anxiety-free, and puts patients and their families at ease. We look forward to seeing you on a regular basis!
What to Expect at Your First Visit
On the first visit, our focus will be getting to know your child. We will discuss medical history, concerns you may have, previous dental experiences, diet and nutrition, and oral hygiene routine and habits that may be affecting your child’s teeth and jaws. Even if they have been to another dentist, we will still need to complete our exam of your child’s mouth and may need to take x-rays.
Our goal is to make this first visit as easy as possible, to provide a caring and nurturing environment, to establish trust, as well as assess your child’s co-operation for future appointments. This means waiting until the second visit to perform dental work.
At the end of the first visit, we will put together a treatment plan and review which options are right for your child. We can also provide a clear estimate of the cost and take the time to answer any questions you may have regarding treatment needs, cost and insurance.
We ask that the child’s parent or legal guardian – someone who can answer questions around medical history and make dental treatment decisions – accompany the patient to this important first visit. Please remember to bring your child’s Alberta Health Care card and all insurance information.
New Patient Intake Form
Please take the time fill out this form online before arriving at our office. It helps us serve you faster, prepare for your visit, and keeps our office running on time. Please fill out this form only if you have already contacted our office and have an appointment scheduled.
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