What to Expect

What to expect
Get ready to walk out with a smile that brightens your day! Your first visit with us marks the beginning of prioritizing both your oral health and overall well-being.


Before Your Visit

Activate your Smile Generation MyChart account sent via email or text for easy eCheck-in before your appointment.

Upon Arrival

Meet our dedicated dentists and friendly team, and take a brief tour of our welcoming office space.

During Your Visit

Your dentist conducts a thorough exam, addresses your concerns, and collaborates with you on a personalized treatment plan.


Your First Visit and The Exam Process


Our experienced dental team will conduct a thorough examination of your teeth, gums, and overall oral health. The comprehensive exam, combined with a review of your medical and dental history, allows us to identify any issues. From there, we create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs and financial options that work with your budget. Rest assured, we’re here to guide you every step of the way.


Remember, taking care of your oral health is an important step towards overall wellness. If you have any questions or concerns before your appointment, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We look forward to meeting you and working together towards achieving a healthier smile and happier you.

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Checklist for Your Visit


To start, your smile. You’ll also need:


  • To arrive 15 minutes before your appointment
  • Dental and medical insurance card (if applicable)
  • Dental and medical history information
  • Current prescribed medications 

Understand Scaling and Root Planing


During a regular cleaning, the focus is on removing plaque and tartar from the surfaces of your teeth and along the gumline. However, if you have signs of gum disease, a regular cleaning may not be sufficient to address the underlying problem.


That’s where scaling and root planing come in. These procedures involve carefully removing plaque, tartar, and bacteria from the surfaces of your teeth and below the gumline. This thorough cleaning helps to eliminate infection and inflammation, which allows your gums to heal and your oral health to improve.


Scaling and root planing may be recommended if you have mild to moderate gum disease or if you’re at risk of developing gum disease due to factors such as poor oral hygiene, smoking, diabetes or genetic predisposition.

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Contact us today and let us support you every step of the way on your journey to healthier, happier smile and overall well-being.