Helpful Resources for New Patients at Livonia Dentistry
Are you a new patient at Livonia Dentistry? Because we understand that many people of all ages have certain anxieties when it comes to visiting the dentist, we’ve taken the time to provide helpful patient resources to prepare you for your visit. From answering some of our frequently asked questions and providing industry-related links to providing a Patient Information Form you can download and fill out prior to your first appointment, we’re dedicated to making our patient experience a more pleasant one. Should you ever have any questions or concerns not addressed here, please feel free to contact our office for more information.
When you arrive for your first visit, please be prepared to complete all necessary insurance and health information forms. To help expedite your first visit, we encourage you to download our Patient Information Form, complete it and be sure to bring it with you to your appointment.
Do you have questions about how often you should visit our dentist or what to do in an emergency situation? Browse our frequently asked questions or feel free to contact our office today!
Practicing good oral hygiene is the key to maintaining good overall health. Whether you’re a child or adult, there are a number of things you can do to help protect your smile and your dental health.
From daily brushing and flossing to regular dental checkups and eating a well-balanced diet with a variety of foods from the five main food groups, there are many good habits you should be practicing.
Common dental problems that we see every day include tooth decay, gum disease, halitosis (bad breath), sensitive teeth, canker sores and orthodontic issues. Find out more about these conditions and what you can do to prevent and/or treat them.
Have you chipped a tooth or bitten down hard on your tongue? Perhaps you have a severe toothache or a possible broken jaw. Find out what you should do in a dental emergency situation.
Sealants and fluoride are but two of the many preventative techniques we use to help prevent tooth decay and other dental issues. Practicing good oral hygiene can help you avoid unhealthy teeth and gums and costly treatments down the road.
From the American Dental Association and the Michigan Dental Association to Invisalign® and CEREC®, there are many websites out there designed to educate you about your dental care and to help you explore your options. Feel free to browse these related links.