New Patient

Eye Street Dental Center

Your First Dental Visit

Thank you for choosing us for your dental care! Your comfort and satisfaction are important to us -- and that starts here, with an explanation of what you can expect at your first dental visit to Eye Street Dental Center. We're always happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your first dental visit -- you may call the office or email us.

First things first..

When you arrive for your first visit, you will be greeted by our front desk staff who will get you started on your new patient paperwork. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment so you have time to complete your paperwork. You can also download the paperwork and fill them out before your appointment by clicking the button below:

New Patient Forms

You may fill them out by hand or by using your preferred pdf viewer/editor. Filling out these forms beforehand and bringing them with you to your first visit will help you save time in the office later.

Initial Comprehensive Exam & X-rays

You will meet with your dentist to talk about your medical history. If you have any oral health worries or fears, you can feel comfortable sharing them with him or her. Your comfort is most important, so we encourage you to ask questions. Next, your dentist will likely examine your teeth, gums, mouth, and X-rays. This is an ideal way to learn the status of your oral health and to learn how your dental team can help you.

You may not receive a teeth cleaning at your first appointment. Each new patient relationship often starts with an initial exam so your dental team can understand your needs and concerns first, then tailor a hygiene treatment plan specifically for you. This way, you’ll get the most out of your cleaning appointments and the time and attention you deserve.

Your dentist will discuss the comprehensive dental treatment plan developed specifically for you. While your dentist will provide the expert guidance you deserve, your questions are always welcome and you always have the final say in your treatment.

Your treatment plan is designed to prevent small issues from getting bigger and more expensive. It will address the problems that are bothering you now and may also identify others that could impact your long-term oral health.

After you’ve talked with your dentist, our office manager will answer any questions or concerns you might have, including the payment options available and how your dental insurance works.

Our goal is to make each visit as pleasant and convenient as possible.