Finding a new dental office can often be a challenge. Fortunately, Dentistry of Miami in Miami, Florida can satisfy all your dental needs. The following will provide you with an overview of what to expect from your first visit to our dental office.
To schedule an appointment, call our dental office at 305-598-2622 and our staff will assist you in finding a day and time that is available and convenient for you.
It’s important that our new patients understand that the more information we have about your dental history, the better. You shouldn’t worry about being judged or embarrassed, so you can feel comfortable discussing all the pertinent details of your oral health habits, issues, and history. Our only concern is improving your oral health. Therefore, it’s crucial that your complete, accurate medical and dental history is disclosed on your first visit.
At the Dental Office
When you arrive at our dental office, please inform the receptionist so he or she can inform the dentist. After our dentist has been informed and all the necessary paperwork has been submitted, a member of our staff will call your name and ask you to follow him/her to proceed with the consultation.
Your Health History
Before the dental exam is performed, talk to our dentist about your health history. This will give our dentist insight about your oral health and underlying causes of present issues, if any.
Once the comprehensive exam and x-rays are complete, our dentist will discuss solutions to your dental problems. Through a specially designed, comprehensive treatment plan, we can resolve the problems that are adversely affecting your oral hygiene.
Scheduling the Next Visit
After your first visit, approach the receptionist to schedule your next appointment and to make any necessary payments. We will reschedule you based on our dentist’s recommendation and your availability.
If you feel anxious before going to your first appointment, we want to remind you that we are here to help you achieve the smile you want regardless of your current oral state. We are here for you!
X-rays are a way of diagnosing problems that are not easily visible. These include tooth decay, abscesses, impacted teeth, and jawbone damage. The details x-rays provide could make all the difference for your overall oral hygiene. Our dentist may also recommend a panoramic radiograph. This dental imaging technique provides a complete visual of your jaws, which helps in pinpointing any damage that tooth decay may have caused to the bone.
All first-time patients undergo a comprehensive exam. This includes a thorough examination of your teeth and gums so that our dentist can accurately evaluate your situation.
Our dentist may recommend you get a professional teeth cleaning. During this cleaning session, our dentist will remove accumulated plaque from outside or in-between the teeth. After a thorough cleaning has been done, our dentist will polish the teeth and may apply a minty paste to leave your mouth fresh.