We want your first visit at our West Reno dentist office to be comfortable for the entire family. After you’ve completed your paperwork online and arrive at our office, we’ll show you around and give you a tour of our facility.
Then, one of our assistants will visit with you to find out what your concerns, customer service values, and needs are.
Your First Visit
Dr. Davis may order a series of digital x-rays, along with intraoral and extraoral photos to assess your oral anatomy. Next, one of our Registered Dental Hygienists will perform periodontal mapping of your teeth and gum tissues. You can view this information on the screen mounted just above the chair - giving you an up-close look of everything that we see.
Next, Dr. Davis will sit with you to discuss the findings and perform a thorough exam and oral cancer screening. Should any treatment be needed, we will review those findings and provide you with an itemized treatment plan along with discussing specific financial arrangements. Most of our patients return for a cleaning shortly thereafter.
New Patient Forms
All of our new patient forms are available online, so that you can complete them when it’s most convenient for you!
Frequently Asked Questions
- How soon can I get an appointment?
We strive to see emergencies on the same day and new patients can generally get in within a week.
- Do you take my insurance?
West Reno Dental works with most major insurance companies, and is an in-network provider with plans through Delta Dental, Principal, United Concordia, and many others.
- What are your office hours?
We’re open 7:00am - 5:00pm on Monday and Tuesday, 7:00am - 3:00pm on Wednesday and Thursday, and 7:00am - 2:00pm on Friday. Our early morning office times make it easy to fit your visit in before work or school!
- Do you see children?
We love kids! Dr. Davis recommends bringing your son or daughter in for their first checkup by age 3.
- What type of cosmetic treatment do you offer?
Our aesthetic dentistry options are tailored to your individual smile. Choose from options like teeth whitening, composite bonding, dental veneers - and even custom-shaded porcelain crowns.
- Do you work with specialists?
Depending on your specific oral health needs, Dr. Davis may decide it is in the best interest of your smile to work alongside of a specialist to complete your treatment - such as the surgical placement of dental implants.