Visiting Our Dentist
Scheduling a dental appointment
Going to see the dentist isn’t at the top of our list at times, and we wait until we have a toothache or have another dental issue to visit our dentist. It’s not a good decision, as it can complicate your condition and later require extensive treatment. Visiting our dentist should be scheduled routinely to treat and maintain your oral health. Therefore, after your first visit, it’s recommended to visit our dentist every few months to keep looking and feeling great!
It can be easy to forget when you scheduled a dental appointment but now we will remind you with a "Smile Reminder" via email or text message, and even provide driving directions if it's your initial visit. Just click on the link below to let us know how you'd like to be contacted. We'll do the rest!
Release of Records Consent
Download the release of records consent form.
Our dentist will recommend arriving earlier to your appointment, in order to fill out new patient forms. Patients also have the option to fill out these forms online prior to their appointment. You have the option of completing the following new patient paperwork prior to your first appointment to ensure an expedient visit. Click the following link to download our new patient forms: New Patient Form
Discuss Symptoms With our Dentist
It is important to discuss your oral health with our dentist. Providing our dentist with this information will allow for a better understanding. If you are feeling sensitivity or any discomfort in your mouth, revealing this is recommended to treat the issue before it worsens. Our team at Dental Care of Pflugerville Pflugerville, Texas wants you to feel comfortable with our practice, and will assist you with any dental issues you may be experiencing.
Discuss Your Daily Dental Routine
In addition to all that has been said above, it is important for you to remember that it is recommended to discuss each and every aspect of your daily dental routine with our dentist. Our dentist will discuss proper teeth cleaning methods, along with answer any questions you may have.
X-rays will be conducted by our dentist in order to review the current state of your dental health.