Initial Comprehensive Dental Exam

The comprehensive new patient dental experience at Riverside Dental, begins by an introduction to the office and the staff. We will also get to know you and what your expectations are for your oral health. You will then be asked to provide us with some background information regarding your Medical History. This will be followed by an Extra/Intra Oral Exam (where we will check for pathologies, as varying as TMD, cancer, trauma, periodontal health and bruxism, just to name a few.) The dental assistant will then take a Full Mouth Series of X-Rays (usually 16 small x-rays of all the teeth.)

Once all the exams are preformed, we will review all the recorded findings with you on a large monitor. Here at Riverside Dental, we want you to see the findings yourself so that you can better comprehend the treatments proposed. At the end of the visit, the different treatment options will be provided and your questions will be answered. (The entire visit will be approximately 1 hour.)

We're happy to welcome you to our practice, and reserve your next visit with us! Get on your way to a great looking, healthy smile!

Dental Protection [Converted].jpg

Emergency Visit

The following is placeholder text known as “lorem ipsum,” which is scrambled Latin used by designers to mimic real copy. Quisque congue porttitor ullamcorper. Quisque congue porttitor ullamcorper.

Bright Tooth [Converted].jpg

HYGIENE “Cleaning” Visit

The following is placeholder text known as “lorem ipsum,” which is scrambled Latin used by designers to mimic real copy. Aenean eu justo sed elit dignissim aliquam. Mauris egestas at nibh nec finibus.

RD-4806hr-1200x860.jpg

Family Dentist [Converted].jpg

CHILDREN’s DEntal Exam

Contact Riverside Dental with any additional concerns and/or to book your child's first fun dental visit. They'll get to receive stickers, toys from our treasure chest and get to play with some dental tools in order to become familiar with the dental setting. It is always better for the little ones to have their first few dental appointments fun-filled and preventative, as opposed to having fillings or other less comfortable procedures done. Children's Oral Care