First Visit

Welcome To MAK Dental

We know it can be difficult searching for a personal or family dentist. At our office we take pride in creating and maintaining beautiful and healthy smiles for our patients.

What to expect at your first visit

Congratulations! You’ve just taken the first step to joining a dental family that is fully committed to being part of your journey to excellent oral health … for life. Making the choice of a new dental care provider for your family can be a hard one. And you want to know this choice is the right one for your family. We encourage you to explore our website for answers to your oral health questions … starting with what to expect at your first appointment.

Our new patient experience

Your medical history is an important part of your dental visits. Why? Because certain medications and health conditions can make a big difference to your oral health and how we manage your treatment needs. If you’d like to prepare for your first visit, please fill out our secure online intake form.
Meet the doctor and discuss your personal oral health needs and desires. Here you’ll learn what we find while we work with you to determine the personalized approach that works best for you. Whether we set up a regular care schedule, design a treatment plan to address decay or gum issues, or discuss your cosmetic concerns, this is your chance to tell us what you like and don’t like about your smile and general oral health. Then we work with you to help you meet these goals.
Your new patient examination appointment will take longer than others, even if you attended regular dental appointments before visiting us. At your first appointment, we want to get to know you – and this includes everything about your teeth, gums, and oral cavity. So, we spend a little extra time evaluating your existing restorations, current conditions of your mouth so that we can track changes over time and have a clear picture of your oral health needs and concerns. At this appointment, we’ll also assess you for TMJ (jaw joint issues) and screen for oral cancer. You can take advantage of this appointment by asking any questions you have about the best way to care for your smile.
Brushing and flossing are essential but can also be damaging to your smile if done incorrectly. Your hygienist is an expert in patient education and will happily give you all the help you need to take the best care of your teeth at home.
At MAK Dental, in addition to digital x-rays, we use a small pen-sized camera – called an intraoral camera – that we use to show you what we see when we examine your mouth. Used to both check for issues and give us a baseline for future care, all of our diagnostic equipment is digital and set to emit the lowest amount of radiation.
If you have any additional questions about recommended treatments and how to best manage your insurance policy, our administrative team will help you navigate through them. From general questions about options to sending predetermination to your insurance provider, or helping you sign up for Health Smart Financial Service, we want to know that when you leave our office, all of your questions have been asked and answered. And of course, if you ever have additional questions, all you need to do is call.
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Excellence in Basic Dental Care

Our general and cosmetic dentists carry out our dental procedures to very high standards using only the latest materials and equipment.

Excellence in Cosmetic Dentistry

We show great pride in the work that we carry out which means that your satisfaction is the most important aspect of our care.

Caring and Comfortable Surroundings

We provide our clients with the most pleasant dental experience which will enable them to overcome any fears and maintain their teeth.

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