Regardless of the quality of the office and the atmosphere, most people simply do not like visiting the dentist.
It’s one of those times when people just want to get in and out as quickly as possible. We ensure that each of your appointments is as short as possible while still providing you with the quality care that you deserve. Our goal is to offer you dental care that easily fits into your schedule.
How Long is the Average Appointment?
You can expect to be in the office for about an hour for most appointments. Some procedures take less time, like a simple filling or a bi-annual checkup and cleaning. However, the majority of appointments require that you stay in the office for up to an hour before the treatment is finished. This is why it is important to give yourself about an hour when scheduling an appointment with us. In order to make your time with us less stressful, give yourself enough time to come in and be seated while having the treatment done.
What to Expect
Each individual procedure will take a specified amount of time. We are always open and willing to discuss your appointments with you before coming into the office. If need be, we can even do certain procedures in two consecutive appointments so that they are more convenient for you. By giving yourself enough time to come into the office, you’ll find that your time with us is a lot less stressful and fearful. You will have more than enough time to receive the care that you need without having to be worried about the time.
The Importance of Routine Care
By coming into the office regularly, you can avoid long and inconvenient appointments.
Coming in for regular checkups and cleanings can prevent certain problems from developing or getting worse. This helps in keeping your dental care short and sweet when visiting the office, preventing the need for long and drawn-out visits. It is a good idea to give yourself about an hour whenever you are going to be visiting the office so that you have more than enough time to to receive the care that you will need to maintain a healthy smile.
If you are ready to come in for an appointment, call our office today and one of our friendly staff members can further assist you.