My first visit.
If you are like most patients you appreciate being informed before arriving at the dentist office. Below is an overview of what you can expect from Fountain Lake Family Dental.
Let’s Get to Know Each Other - Your first visit is not only about our team getting to know you, but also you getting to know our team. In the time we spend together we encourage you to ask questions, express your concerns and share with us anything you would feel that is important to help make your care as individual as you are.
Part of getting to know you and providing safe, personalized support involves reviewing your medical history. Certain medical conditions and medications can influence your treatment. You will be asked to provide a list of your medications and their dosage (including vitamins and supplements). Next, a set of x-rays and intraoral photos will be taken. The doctor will then perform a comprehensive oral exam of your teeth, gums, mouth and jaw, including a non-invasive oral cancer screening.
You are in great hands - If you haven't been to the dentist in a while, please don't worry. You have taken the first step in an important decision - no need to feel guilty. Once your entire exam is completed, our dentists will talk with you about their findings. Together you can create a healthy, effective treatment plan that best meets your dental and personal requirements. We can prioritize and stagger your treatments to give you the smile you need in a timeframe you can afford.
Please print and fill out all three of these forms and bring them to your first appointment.
Medical History Form
Financial Policy Form
Patient Registration Form
Financing & Insurance
Speak with one of our friendly members at our office or by phone if you have any questions or concerns about your dental benefits or the various payment options. We are happy to work with all patients to ensure that each patient gets the dental care needed for a healthy and beautiful smile. To schedule an appointment, give us a call today.
Keeping Your Teeth Strong and Healthy
What is the strongest part of our bodies? Do you think it might be our bones, which help us move and protect our brains, hearts and other organs? Or could it be those tough fingernails and toenails that guard our fingertips and toes?
When you’re busy at work or school, when you’re on vacation, when you’re on the road to adventure—preparation helps everything go smoothly. Especially when the unexpected happens! So, how can you be prepared for any dental situations which might arise?