patient information

We are committed to providing each patient with a pleasant visit and long-term oral health.  Our staff is ready to answer any questions about scheduling, our financial policy and insurance We look forward to seeing you in our office!

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new patients maple grove family dentist

We love new patients

Reflections Dental Care, your Maple Grove family dentist, welcomes new patients. We know choosing a new dentist is an important decision and we are here to make your transition as easy as possible. 

Your First Visit

What can you expect on your first visit? Our dental staff will work with you to make your first visit comfortable and easy. Our goal for your first visit is to address any immediate dental concerns, review your past medical and dental history, and create a plan to help you move forward with  long term dental health. 

Your first visit will include: 

  • Review your dental and medical history 
  • Perform an oral cancer screening including an assessment of your risk factors
  • Full mouth x-rays to provide a baseline for future oral health changes
  • Evaluation of your gum (periodontal) health
  • Evaluate all existing dental work and future areas of concern
  • A routine dental cleaning will be performed or scheduled for your next visit

We'll give you a detailed treatment plan explaining any recommended treatments.  We advise new patients to allow between sixty and ninety minutes for your first visit.

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New Patient Form

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Download our new patient form and bring your completed form and photo ID with you to your first visit. Also if you have a court appointed guardian they must be present at your first visit. If you are under the age of 18 your parent/guardian needs to be present at your appointment. Our friendly staff will start your new file with the information you provide. 

 

why is oral hygiene so important?

At some point in their lives, 75% of adults are affected by gum disease (periodontal disease) and tooth decay which is caused by bacterial plaque. Plaque is a colorless film, which sticks to your teeth above and below the gum line. By thorough daily brushing and flossing regulary, you can remove the plaque and help prevent periodontal disease and cavities.  When performed daily, good brushing and flossing techniques can prevent cavities and gum disease.

professional cleaning

Daily brushing and flossing will keep plaque to a minimum, but a professional cleaning will remove plaque in places brushing and flossing may miss. Scheduling your visit to our office is an important part of your oral hygiene routine. 

 
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Home Instructions

Once you've received dental care in our office, it's important to properly care for your teeth at home. We've provided care instructions for common dental procedures like fillings, crowns, extractions, and cosmetic dentistry. 

I have been going to this dentist for almost 2 years now, the place is very welcoming and the atmosphere is warming. Which really helps with the anxieties of going to the dentist. Dr. G is the BEST, ever!!!! He truly takes his time with each patient as if you’re his only patient for the day. I’ve been terrified of the dentist for years, but he has made my dental experience a breeze. I’m so forever grateful for him and his wonderful staff, THANK YOU Dr. G!
— Felicia
 
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