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We schedule emergency and routine appointments every day, Monday through Friday, beginning at 8:30 am.
For your convenience, you may print and fill out the Health History form before your first appointment, or you may complete the form in our office on the day of your visit.
Please arrive fifteen minutes before your scheduled appointment time, and be sure to bring the following.
A referral from your dentist, while common, is not needed to schedule an appointment with Dr. Dellork. If you are experiencing discomfort and your dentist is unavailable, or if you currently do not have a primary dentist, we will gladly see you. We are also happy to provide a consultative evaluation and second opinion. Whatever you need, we are here for you.
Our building offers convenient surface parking and elevator access to our second floor office suite. Should you need special assistance, please be sure to let us know in advance so that we may assist you.
You first appointment will consist of a comprehensive exam and diagnostic consultation. Whenever possible, time will be allotted for treatment during this same visit, although some conditions require a second appointment. Complex treatments, or retreatment of a tooth with a previous root canal, will require a second appointment. Our helpful staff is here to answer all of your questions regarding your appointment.
The exam includes a thorough review of your medical and dental history, as well as an evaluation of your symptoms. Dr. Dellork will review recent x-rays, if provided by your dentist, or we may need to take digital x-rays or a 3-D Scan to accurately diagnose and detect any underlying conditions that will effect the usual treatment outcome.
We offer conscious sedation such as nitrous oxide (commonly known as laughing gas), or oral sedation administered prior to treatment to help patients relax. Patients who initially anticipate the need for sedation dentistry are pleasantly surprised to learn that we can successfully manage anxiety and discomfort with local anesthesia. Ample time talking with our patients often allays concerns and clarifies expectations. Should pre-treatment anxiety persist, you may want to discuss conscious sedation with Dr. Dellork and determine if you are a medical candidate for nitrous oxide or oral medication. Please be aware that you will need to have someone drive you to and form your treatment if you elect sedation.