COSMETIC, GENERAL & TMJ DENTIST SERVING WOBURN, WINCHESTER, AND THE GREATER BOSTON AREA
A dental consultation helps you find the right dental practice and the right dental services to meet your needs and expectations. During a consultation, our dentists can tell you more about the high-quality services and advanced technology we offer.
If you decide to become one of our patients, we provide a new patient examination to establish your dental needs and how we can improve your oral health. Schedule your appointment now by calling (781) 396-8558.
Consultation for Dental Treatment Planning
If your general dentist has recommended a certain procedure you would like to learn more about, you can schedule a consultation with one of our dentists. During this consultation, the dentist can explain the procedure and help you to make the best choices for your oral health and your other priorities. Our goal is to treat the patient behind the teeth and not just the teeth.
We can arrange a consultation for any of the dentistry services we offer. If you would like to improve your smile, the dentist can discuss your cosmetic dentistry options. At this appointment, we can discuss costs, and your options for payment and financing as well.
The appearance and health of your smile are important for your self-esteem and overall health. We want to help our patients make choices that work for them, and we can present all of your options as part of planning your treatment.
Comprehensive New Patient Exam
As a new patient, you receive a comprehensive exam so we can establish your current oral health, dental needs and cosmetic dental goals. From this foundation, we can provide the dentistry that will be the most effective for you. Before your exam, please fill out our New Patient Registration form.
Your exam will be one-on-one with the dentist and it will take about an hour. The exam will include:
- Checking your head and neck for any signs of problems.
- An oral cancer screening exam.
- Looking for signs of gum disease.
- Examining the function of your TMJs.
- Taking intraoral photos of your mouth and teeth.
- Establishing your current and past medical history.
This exam gives the dentist a complete picture of your dental and overall health. The exam lets the dentist better understand your oral health status, and what treatments may or may not be effective for you. We believe in providing individualized care, and we base all aspects of your treatment on your personal goals and your health.