For Your First Visit
When you are getting ready for your first visit to our Oral Surgery Center, please try to arrive at least 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. This allows you adequate time to complete any necessary paperwork beforehand.
Things to bring to your Oral Surgery appointment:
- Your dental and or medical insurance cards
- Any referral paperwork from your general dentist or doctor that referred you
- X-rays, if they weren’t already sent to our office from your dentist
- A list of medications or prescriptions you’re currently taking
During your first visit or consultation, our team will go through a complete review of your medical history in order to have the most up-to-date health records possible. Our doctors will also perform an oral examination and discuss your diagnosis and planned treatment plans.
We highly encourage you to ask us any questions you have during your first visit so you can make sure you’re making the most informed decision when it comes to your dental health and treatment options.
Same-day treatment and surgery options
There are some circumstances where your doctor might be able to proceed with the surgery the same day as your consultation. This will be discussed with you prior and we’ll make sure to inform you that you are potentially going to be receiving general anesthesia, that you not eat or drink six hours prior to your appointment.
We believe that everybody deserves to receive the best dental care possible. That’s why we’re proud to announce that we’re part of the Verber Dental Plan which allows our patients to be prepared for oral health care expenses. Learn more about our program here.
IMPORTANT: Patients under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.