It is important to us that your visit feels comfortable and welcoming! From the moment you walk into our office and are greeted by our Administration Team, we want you to feel as if you are part of our extended family.
Your appointment time will be a special one-on-one visit with either Dr. James Stobbe or Dr. Wesley Arbuckle. They will take all the time necessary to discuss your dental health levels, needs, and goals. Our Dentists have over 35 years combined experience!
Once you have completed your dental new patient forms we will during your visit use photos and videos so you can clearly see and easily understand what is going on in your mouth. All of your options will be explained to you thoroughly, even if you choose no treatment at all!
We will also be focusing on your overall general dental health. By using technology such as Digital X-Rays, we can image your entire mouth in just seconds – we can help you understand your Oral Health Levels and how they may be pertinent to your overall health. We will ensure that all of your questions and concerns are addressed, with no pressure to proceed with any procedure unless you are totally comfortable – and completely understand the need for the procedure.
We will always try to keep your visit as efficient as possible, ensuring that it starts on time and ends on time. We always follow up every visit so that you can provide us with your feedback on how we can further improve to meet the needs of ALL our patients.
Our goal is to keep you aware of your dental health needs. To accomplish this, we keep in touch with our patients via whatever technology they are most comfortable with. Whether that is by email, text message or even a simple phone call, we will make sure that it fits with your schedule to help you attain your dental health goals.
Regular dental examinations are very important, for every member of your family! New dental patients receive a thorough examination by your Dentist to screen you for the early signs of gum disease, eroded fillings, tooth decay, oral cancer screening, and to identify problems with your occlusion [bite].
We collect detailed information about your health and dental history to determine if there are any risks for treatment. Lastly, please bring a list of all prescription and non-prescription medications that you are taking.
Please ensure that you bring your dental insurance cards along with your plan details. Our office administrators will do their best to help you understand your coverage details and whether your plan allows for the assignment of benefits.
If you would like to learn more about becoming one of our new dental patients at Absolute Dentistry, please contact us using our online appointment request form or call the office by telephone at (403) 995-6556 for more information.