What to expect at your first visit

At your introductory appointment, we will take a full set of x-rays. If you have recently had x-rays taken by another dentist, we will attempt to obtain and use these instead whenever possible. Once any required x-rays are taken, we will complete a comprehensive examination. This exam includes a clinical exam of existing teeth, an oral cancer screening and a periodontal evaluation.

We will also ask you to fill out some forms about your medical history. If you have any health problems or conditions that would require antibiotics prior to dental treatment (such as a heart condition or artificial implants of any kind), please let us know when making your appointment.

If extensive or cosmetic dentistry is required or requested, diagnostic casts or models will be taken of your mouth and we will ask you to return for a consultation appointment. Our staff will help you identify and weigh all your options during this consultation.

Are you accepting new patients?
Yes, we are currently accepting new patients. To make an appointment, please give us a call at (208) 667-8282, or send us a note on the contact page.

Do you accept Medicaid?
Not at this time.

Do you accept insurance?
Yes, as a courtesy to our clients we file claims to all insurance plans.

Where can I get information about fees for your services?
If you have questions about the fees for a specific service, please call our office at (208) 667-8282 and our friendly staff will happily answer your questions.

Get in touch with us today to review your options and design a custom treatment plan that fits your needs and budget. With over 20 years experience, hundreds of hours of continuing education, and a state of the art facility, we can help renew your greatest asset, a beautiful smile!

If you will be using conscious sedation or having oral surgery during your visit, you can save time by filling out the required paperwork in advance using the online form below.

Consent for Conscious Sedation

The purpose of this document is to provide an opportunity for the patient to understand and give permis- sion for conscious sedation while providing dental treatmssion for conscious sedation while providing dental treatment. Each item should be initialed after the patient has the opportunity for discussion and questions.

The medication we use is typically Triazolam (Halcion). This medication can greatly minimize anxiety that may be associated with dental treatment. In a relaxed state, you will still be able to communicate with the dentist while treatment is being performed. Even though it is safe, e ective and wears o rapidly after the dental visit, you should be aware of some important precautions and considerations.

By submitting this form, I have acknowledged that I agree to all of the above statements.

Consent for Oral Surgery

There are some inherent risks and complication associated with the extraction of teeth. Please read the information below and sign after all your questions and concerns have been addressed.

By submitting this form, I have acknowledged that I agree to all of the above statements.