+ What Should I Do First?
Schedule an appointment with us! You can do so by calling our office at (916) 985-3571 or by clicking here and sending us an email! When you first arrive and meet our staff, you'll fill out your new patient paperwork. This helps our team get to know you better. We ask that you arrive 15 minutes early to complete your paperwork. Or, you can get a head start by filling out your patient forms now. Download New Patient Forms.
+ How Do I Find The Right Dental Treatment Plan?
Your mouth is our mission. That means giving you comprehensive oral care – taking care of the problems that are bothering you today and preventing small issues from getting bigger and more expensive. It means making sure your dentures fit their best. It means consistently low prices, no hidden fees, and no insurance bill surprises. It even means giving you free copies of your X-rays if you want a second opinion.
"Comprehensive care" is a term we work and live by at Aspen Dental. Your dentist will examine your entire mouth, recommend a dental treatment plan with options for long-lasting oral health, and work with you to pick which dental treatments are best so your mouth is on its way to healthy.
Tip: Research shows that keeping your teeth and gums healthy is important for your overall health. ADA
+ Can I Schedule A First Appointment Just For A Cleaning?
We believe in fixing problems, not overlooking them. An initial exam and X-rays to check your oral health is the essential first step to giving you a healthy mouth. Based on your oral health, we will create a comprehensive treatment plan. The hygienist will then quickly schedule your next appointment for a cleaning, allowing proper time for them to give you the attention you deserve.
+ Is Your Office Accepting New Patients?
Absolutely! As a new patient, your first appointment will include a comprehensive exam, X-rays and a consultation with your office manager. They will answer all your questions, as well as go over your suggested treatment plan, pricing options and will help you schedule future appointments.
+ Does Your Office Use Sedation?
No. IV sedation is used only by an oral surgeon. Generally, the dentists will use a local anesthetic like Novocain during treatments if needed. Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) is not offered.
+ Can My 17 Year-Old Bring In His 6 Year-Old Sister For Their Appointment?
A parent or legal guardian must accompany anyone under the age of 18 during an office visit.