New Patients

Your First Visit

Your initial appointment will consist of a consultation, x-ray, and examination. We will explain our findings and determine your diagnosis and
treatment options.

Occasionally, time permitting; your procedure may be done the same day as the consultation. However, a complex medical history or treatment plan will require an evaluation and a future appointment for treatment. Please assist us by providing the following information at the time of your consultation:

  • Your endodontic referral slip and any X-rays- if applicable
  • A list of medications you are presently taking
    • Any medication allergies
    • Latex allergy
  • If you have dental insurance, please bring your insurance card and any required forms (such as dental authorizations, referral forms, etc)


Our office hours are 7 am - 4 pm Monday through Thursday and 8 am - 1 pm Friday. Our customer care specialists are available to schedule your appointment and verify your insurance. Emergencies are seen promptly.

We ask that you give at least a 48 hour notice when rescheduling or canceling an appointment. This will allow us to assist other patients needing immediate service.

Our office is on-call 24 hours, seven days a week, for after-hour emergency calls.

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Pre-OP Information

Pre-Appointment Information

Your endodontic procedure will be performed using local anesthesia.
There are usually no restrictions after the procedure concerning driving or returning to work.

  1. Continue all medications for blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid problems and any other conditions as recommended by your physician. If there is a question, please call our office prior to your appointment.

  2. Please eat a normal breakfast or lunch as applicable.

  3. If you have been advised by your physician or dentist to use antibiotic pre-medication please make sure your take this required medication 1 hour prior to your appointment time or as directed by your physician or general dentist..