We realize that visiting a dental office isn’t always a priority. We take pride in making your dental visits with us as comfortable and personalized as possible! If you’re visiting because of a dental emergency, we may alter the following process, but in general, you should expect:
The moment you step inside our office, we’ll be there to welcome you! Our front office staff loves building close relationships with our patients, and we’re excited to bring you into our dental family.
You’ll be introduced to the team members who’ll be here to provide you with friendly dental care every time you visit our Brentwood, CA dental office. It’s perfectly all right if you don’t remember the names of our staff, but we make a point to remember yours!
We’ll show you around our office so you can become familiar with where the exam rooms, restrooms, and exits are. We also do our best to provide attentive care, so you’ll rarely be left alone during your appointment.
An important part of your first visit is x-rays. These provide an in-depth view of your oral structures and the high-resolution images enable our dentist to spot small cracks, cavities, and other problems with your teeth.
Dr. Siao will complete a detailed oral examination of your tissues, gums, bone, and teeth. We’ll check for decay, disease, and infection, and conduct an oral cancer screening.
The next step of your appointment is a personalized consultation with our dentist. This is the ideal time to discuss what you like and dislike about your smile as well as any dental issues you may be experiencing.
Our team wants to ensure that all our patients can afford to have healthy smiles for life. We accept many dental insurance plans and are here to help you maximize your benefits. We also partner with third-party dental financing companies that provide low monthly payment plans for costly procedures if you don’t have dental insurance. We’ll help make sure that dental care in Brentwood, CA is affordable for you and your family!
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