What To Expect
Diagnosis and Medications
We always like to reconfirm the diagnosis made by your family dentist. If there is any question as to where your discomfort may be originating from please refrain from taking any pain relievers at least 6-8 hours prior to your appointment. Pain relievers and antibiotics will mask your symptoms. It could make an accurate diagnosis difficult.
Once a diagnosis is made the doctor will provide you with your treatment options. We encourage you to ask questions and to discuss your concerns.
We have set aside a special time for your appointment. We try very hard to adhere to our schedule. We will make every effort to contact you should our schedule change. Your time is valuable. We thank you in advance for honoring your appointment. However, should you be unable to keep your appointed time, we ask that you notify us at least 24 hours in advance as a courtesy to the other patients who may be waiting with discomfort.
We have certified our team around you. Everyone is certified in CPR/AED for healthcare providers. The team has acquired certifications in the Dental Assisting National Board for both Infection Control and Radiation Health and Safety. Newer team members are in the process of the certification process.
A AED unit is on the premises.
The American Heart Association has recently come up with new guidelines regarding antibiotic premedication. If you have previously premedicated prior to your dental appointments is it imperitave that you continue to do so until you speak to your physician about your specific condition.
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