New Patient Special
“Every patient wants to feel "special" and you have treated me that way with what I know to be knowledgeable and exceptional care. You are indeed one of a very, and all too rare, few talented perfectionist and dedicated doctors, with an oceanic depth of concern for each and every patient.” - Ann

Adobe Flash Player is required to view this content.


  1. Have a microscopic culture, MC  ( taken to establish the presence, activity level, and prevalence of disease causing/ pathogenic bacteria.
  2. Review current home regimen, effectiveness, and efficiency.
  3. Have dental professional go over:
    1. Water Pik irrigation- How to reach effective 8-10 pressure.
    2. Delivery of Antibacterial-  Therasol, etc.
    3. Toothbrushing – Sonicaire, dentifrices, etc.,

    4.  Flossing- Floss-Aid or other devices

  4.   Return to office in one to two weeks for new microscopic culture, MC .  Receive additional oral hygiene instruction and trouble shooting guide as necessary.  If MC is not negative (no activity of Oral pathogens/disease causing bacteria) then make appointment in two weeks to recheck MC.
  5. Stay on track with regular Preventative Oral Hygiene/ck-up/cleaning appointments every 6 months.
  6. For patients who were diagnosed with active periodontal disease this may be 3 months.

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply