Click the following links to
download our new patient forms and COVID-19 form.
Printing and filling out your new patient paperwork prior to visiting the office can
help to ensure a more expedient visit (kindly write legibly).
Scheduling an Appointment
To schedule an appointment, use the Appointment Request form here:
Or, call our dental office at 540-659-2000 and our staff will assist you in finding a date that is available and convenient for you!
Take a tour of our modern, spa-like office!
The Technology We Use
Cone Beam Computed Tomography or CBCT, allows us to see a larger, more detailed picture of the mouth and surrounding tissues. This advanced technology allows for reduced radiation exposure to the patient but an increase in image clarity and definition. 3D scans are much more comfortable to take than traditional x-rays and usually do not induce a gag reflex.
Check In Process
When you arrive at our dental office, please inform the receptionist so they can inform the dentist. After our dentist has been informed and all the necessary paperwork has been submitted (the New Patient Forms can be printed and filled out prior to your arrival for a more expedient process), a member of our staff will call your name and ask you to follow him/her to proceed with the consultation.
Our dentist may recommend you get a professional teeth cleaning. One of our dental hygienists will remove any accumulated plaque from outside or in between the teeth. After a thorough cleaning, our dental hygienist will polish the teeth and may apply a minty paste.
For Your Relaxation
We encourage you to bring headphones so you can listen to your favorite music, podcast, etc. from your phone while getting treatment. We also have TVs in each treatment room for viewing while receiving dental work!
It's important that our new patients understand that the more information we have about your dental history, the better. You shouldn't worry about being judged or embarrassed, so you can feel comfortable discussing all the pertinent details of your oral health habits, issues, and history. Our only concern is improving your oral health. Therefore, it's crucial that your complete, accurate medical and dental history is disclosed on your first visit.