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Thank you for selecting our office for your dental needs!

Please arrive 10 minutes early for your appointment and bring your completed paperwork with your insurance information (insurance card or book) and a current set of x-rays.

At your first cleaning visit we will perform a thorough evaluation of your periodontal condition, a clinical examination: including an oral cancer exam, any necessary x-rays and a prophylaxis (cleaning). This appointment will take approximately an hour and a half. If you have to be pre-medicated (with an antibiotic), prior to your first visit, please contact the office to discuss pre-medication requirements.

Our policy regarding x-rays: Simply put, we require x-rays to diagnose your dental needs. If you have a current set of x-rays (full mouth within the last three years and bitewing x-rays within the last year) please request them from your previous dentist and have them sent to our office prior to your visit. If we do not receive these x-rays prior to your visit or you do not bring them with you we will need to take new x-rays and you will be billed directly for them.

Last but not least, we would like to inform you that we do have a 24 hour cancellation policy in effect. If you are not able to keep your scheduled appointment, please contact our office immediately. Once again thank you for selecting our office. We are looking forward to seeing you at your first visit.

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The Oklahoma dentist that endangered his patients by exposing them to Hepatitis and HIV captured national media attention and struck fear into dental patients across the country. Fortunately, incidents like this are few and far between. In fact, the overwhelming majority of dental practices in the United States follow strict sterilization procedures to ensure the safety of their patients.

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