Dr. Keith Boenning and Dr. Nate Dancykier are excited to welcome you to our dental practice. Our dental care team is known for providing comprehensive, compassionate care to all of our visitors. We understand that scheduling your first dentist appointment at a new practice can be an anxiety-provoking experience. Some patients even dread visiting the dentist and will put it off for as long as possible.
At our Towson dentist office, we aim to help our patients enjoy their dental care experience so that they can look forward to scheduling their next appointment. We will do everything we can to reduce your stress and help you get the services you need in a timely manner. Learn more about what to expect during your upcoming appointment.
What To Expect: Your First Dentist Appointment
For your first appointment, we recommend bringing the following materials:
- Photo ID
- Dental insurance cards, if applicable
- Preferred payment method
- Dental records from previous practices, if applicable.
- Patient Forms
Having all of this documentation on hand will make your check-in process a lot simpler and quicker. However, do not worry if you are missing something. Our friendly front-desk staff will ensure that we have all of the necessary information from you before your appointment begins. After you check-in, you can relax in our comfortable waiting room until called back to the exam room.
During your dental exam, one of our team members will thoroughly evaluate your smile and clean your teeth. We will evaluate your gums for gum disease progression and remove any buildup that could be irritating your gum line. Once complete, one of our experienced doctors will be called in to consult with you. This is the perfect time to voice any dental concerns that you have or ask for more information on elective cosmetic procedures. If any dental concerns are noted during your appointment, our doctors will provide you with the treatment plan you need to restore your smile.
At any point during your appointment, please feel free to ask us questions. We value patient education and will take the time to explain our processes and procedures to you. Our goal is for you to leave our office feeling confident with your smile and informed on the current state of your dental health.