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Patient Forms:
Please download, print, and complete these forms, and bring them with you to your first appointment.

New Patient Forms.pdf

Records Release Form.pdf

Privacy Notice:
We respect your privacy. We will contact you the day before your appointment to confirm your scheduled appointment. Frequently, this requires us to leave a message on an answering machine or voicemail or share it with a family member. If you would prefer that we do not call you with a reminder message, please contact our office. For complete details on our privacy practices and policies, please see our Privacy Policy page.

Preparing For Your First Appointment
  1. Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment to allow sufficient time for the check-in process.
  2. Please print out and complete the Patient Registration and the Health History forms.
  3. Please bring a list of all medications, prescription and over-the-counter, you are currently taking.
If you have any other questions regarding your appointment, please feel free to contact our office at (425) 453-1117. If you need to cancel your appointment, please contact our office at least 2 business days in advance.

Your First Visit
Your initial visit will consist of a clinical exam and review of your
dental history and concerns.  A clinical exam will allow us to evaluate your current dental conditions, screen for oral cancer, review your medical history, examine your teeth, gum tissue, jaw joints and facial muscles. We look at the entire person, not just an individual tooth.

We will then address any questions or concerns you may have regarding your dental condition. Together we will look at all the data gathered from your exam and tailor a treatment plan that best fits your individual needs.  Due to the complex nature of some dental cases, we offer a complimentary second appointment for additional detailed treatment discussions.

If you have been referred by your current dentist, we will be in communication with them to coordinate efforts in your treatment.


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