First Visit

As recommended by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, your child should have their first dental visit by their first birthday or within 6 months after their first baby tooth erupts. By starting dental visit early, parents can get the preventive information of how to help their child take care of their teeth, prevent dental diseases, and preventive dental care which can save lots of time, money, and teeth. We welcome you to stay with your child during their first oral examination.

Parents can make the first visit to the dentist an enjoyable experience by using simple explanation to the child that the dentist will help them keep their teeth healthy. Please try to keep any anxiety that you might feel about dental visits to yourself. The dentist and staff will guide your child through all procedures by using pleasant words that are suitable for your child's age. It is best for the parent to not use words like "shot", "needle", "drill" or "hurt" to the child which may cause fear and to not use the dental visit as a punishment or threat.

During the first visit, the dentist will:

New Patient Forms

Please click on each of the forms below. You can fill them out online or print the forms and fill them out by hand. Bring the completed forms with you for your childs appointment. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

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Patient Information

Patient Medical History

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