Welcome to our patient resource center! Here you will find forms and information available for download, such as; post-operative instructions, patient consent, patient information forms, and more!
By downloading and completing new patient informational documents prior to your appointment, you can expect your check-in time upon arrival, to be shorter.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our office.
New Patient Forms
Prior to visiting our office, you may download and complete our ‘New Patient Information‘ form to bring with you at the time of your appointment. To download the form, click on the icon on the left. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.
Prior to visiting our office, you may download and complete our ‘Consent for Treatment with Controlled Substances’ form to bring with you at the time of your appointment. To download the form, click on the icon on the left. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.
Oral surgery is any procedure that involves cutting into or removing tissue from your mouth. It includes procedures like removing a tooth, gum surgery, and getting dental implants. Oral surgery also includes getting rid of diseased tissue from the mouth, correcting jaw problems, or repairing a cleft lip or palate.
Dissolvable sutures are used in most of our wisdom tooth surgery patients. These sutures are designed to fall out and dissolve between 3-5 days after your surgery.
If your surgery includes anesthesia, we recommend the you do not drive or operate machinery for 24 hours or
while your taking pain medications.
After most oral surgical procedures, smoking can significantly increase the risk for complications. For example, with wisdom teeth extractions, smoking shortly after the procedure can cause a dry socket. Also, in the case of dental implants, smoking increases the risk of implant failure.