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What Should I Bring To My First Dental Appointment?

By November 24, 2018December 1st, 2022No Comments
First Dental Appointment

Your first trip to a new doctor can feel unfamiliar and nerve-racking. Here at Imagine Dental, we want to take all of the stress that a first time patient might feel out of the equation by preparing you with all that you will need to bring to your first dental appointment!


There is typically a few forms that any new medical provider will require you to complete and turn in to them. It helps your new doctor & medical care team get to know you and you medical history a little better – telling us your allergies, medication, previous medical history, your family’s medical history, and much more. The best way for you to be prepared for your first dental appointment is to make sure you have all the documentation necessary to answer these questions accurately.


Here are a few documents that will help you do that:

  • A list of current prescriptions (if any) and any relevant medical history, such illnesses or previous dental care or oral surgery
  • Any referral slips or letters
  • A list of questions you may have about treatment and dental technology
  • Insurance cards and claim forms
  • Dental X-rays (if taken within the last six months)

New Patients

If you’d like to be even more prepared for your appointment, we also give you the option to fill the new patient forms out at home. Simply visit our “new patients” tab on our website to see links to the form, print them off & complete by your appointment!

Have any questions about our new patient process? Give Imagine Dental a call today at 602.595.3600!

Imagine Dental

The Imagine Dental team of professionals have decades of combined experience between them, they understand that people go to a dentist because they need to, not necessarily because they want to. With that in mind, our team of specialists try to make sure every procedure is as pain free and as quick as possible.

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