First Visit and New Patient Exam

First Visit and New Patient Exam

One of our friendly team members will help you with your information on your visit.

Keeping Your Teeth and Gums Healthy for a Lifetime

Our doctors and staff are dedicated to providing you with exceptional periodontal treatment in a caring and relaxed environment. Our doctors will take care of your immediate concerns and, at the same time, provide for your long-term dental health.

It Starts With a Comprehensive Exam

First Visit and New Patient Exam

Our doctors will conduct a thorough exam during your first visit.

Your first visit consists of a comprehensive exam that helps us determine the state of your oral health. Our doctors will provide an accurate diagnosis, answer all of your questions and go over possible treatment options.

Our friendly and caring staff will help you complete your paperwork as needed, work with you on insurance and payment options, and provide you with the finest of care tailored to your specific needs.

Thorough Oral Examination

On your first visit, Dr. Perlman or Dr. Molina will sit down with you and go over the details of your dental and medical history. They will review your goals for your periodontal health and answer any questions you have. The doctor will then perform a thorough inspection of your gums, teeth and bite. He will note any missing teeth and look for signs of decay or gaps between teeth. He will check the stability of your teeth to see which ones may be loose, and will inspect the alignment of your bite.

Periodontal (Gum) Exam

Successful long-term control of gum disease begins with a thorough periodontal exam. The doctor will gently probe the depth of the pockets under your gumline and assess the degree of any gum disease. He will record the results of the pocket probe and use this information to track the progress of your gum disease treatment.

Oral Cancer Screening

Our doctors conduct an oral cancer screening as part of each new patient exam. This includes a visual and manual examination of the mouth, neck and head. An oral cancer screening takes just minutes, is pain-free, and can detect potential problems in its early stages.

Digital X-Rays

First Visit and New Patient Exam

Digital X-rays use less radiation than conventional film X-rays.

If needed, we will take individual digital X-rays of each tooth to get a detailed view of your teeth, mouth and gum. Our X-rays give the doctors the information needed to determine an accurate diagnosis, and can be viewed by both you and the doctor.

3D CT Scanner

If we need to get a more detailed view, our 3D CT scanner provides us with both panoramic X-rays and computer-processed 3D images of your teeth and jawbone. These images give us a comprehensive view of your mouth and can help our doctors with the diagnosis of your condition, as well as help with planning bone grafting and dental implant procedures.

Consultation and Treatment Plan

After this thorough evaluation, our doctors will study the results to develop the best course of action. A treatment planning conference is then scheduled where Dr. Perlman or Dr. Molina will go over the results of your examination. They will go over your X-rays with you, show you instructional videos and use models so you completely understand what is happening with your oral health and how their recommended procedures will work for you.

You will receive a full written treatment plan at the end of your consultation and meet with our Treatment Coordinator to work out scheduling and planning of your treatment.

New Patient Special Offer

Comprehensive Examination, Consultation & X-Rays!

First Visit and New Patient ExamThis very thorough exam is available to new patients for only $130 and includes:

  • Digital X-rays
  • Periodontal probing and charting
  • Comprehensive oral exam
  • Oral cancer screening
  • Consultation with the doctor
  • Discussion of your treatment options
  • Answers to all of your questions
  • Written treatment plan
  • 3D CT Scan (as needed)

Usual Cost = $641

*this offer is limited to internet patients only. Restrictions apply.