Welcome To Smile Studio Dentistry
We know that choosing a dentist is a large and important decision, and that there are many factors to consider before you make that decision.
Along with careful, compassionate care from our highly skilled professionals, here’s an overview of what you can expect while visiting our clinic:
private, and secure intake form.
Whether you call us or come to our office in person, one of the first things we’ll do is ask you questions about your medical history. This information is vital because it helps us determine which treatment options are best for you – especially when you have a complex history. You can make the process more streamlined if you take the time to fill our Intake Form before coming to see us.
When you have questions about the treatments we recommend, or about your insurance policy (or complete documents), our team is here to help. From general questions to those related to your insurance provider, to learning more about new-patient specials, we’re here to help.
Because this will be your first appointment with us, it’s likely that your hygiene visit will be longer than most in order for us to best assess and treat your unique needs. We’ll use our time to build a mouth-map to make note of your current oral condition, and, over time, update it with any changes. We’ll also scan your mouth for signs of larger problems like oral cancer. Your hygienist will happily offer any education necessary to help you optimize your at-home hygiene routine.
Here’s where you’ll have the opportunity to meet members of our awesome team and have a closer look at our leading-edge practice. We’ll ensure that you experience our spacious reception area, hygiene care rooms, restroom locations, and more. And if you’re at all nervous about visiting the dentist, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We’ll ensure that you feel completely at ease about any and all future visits.
Along with digital x-rays, at Smile Studio Dentistry, we utilize a pen-sized intraoral camera when we examine your mouth. Ideal for assessing dental issues and giving us a baseline for your future care, each piece of diagnostic equipment is digital and are fine-tuned to release the lowest amount of radiation – as much as 90% less than what historic film x-rays emitted.