New Patient Information
We’re thrilled you’re going to be part of our dental family. Get the information you need below and call us for any questions.
New Patient Need-to-Knows
Worried about running late to your appointment and then feeling rushed to get through your paperwork? We have our patient forms on our website for your convenience. Fill them out in the comforts of your home and bring them to your first appointment.
Every budget is different, which is why we’ll do everything possible to ensure there are no surprises at your visit. We do accept:
What to Expect At Your First Visit
Our front office staff will greet you with a friendly smile. They’ll answer any questions you may have and help out with your paperwork if necessary.
One of our friendly hygienists will greet you in the waiting room and take you to your room where they’ll conduct a gentle, thorough cleaning.
Dr. Einowski will come in and introduce himself and discuss any immediate concerns or questions you may have. From there, he’ll conduct a thorough comprehensive exam, show you his findings, and partner with you to develop a treatment plan.
Once you and our team agree on a treatment plan, you'll talk to our front office where we'll discuss finances and schedule you for your next appointment.
‘‘Dentistry has come a long way in my lifetime, and with this dentist I feel I am on the cutting edge of progress.’’
Bonnie C., Actual Patient
- What insurance do you accept?
We gladly accept most PPO Dental Insurance Plans including:
- Delta Dental
- United Health Care
- And many others!
Also, we’ll gladly file insurance claims on your behalf. Insurance is a confusing road and you don’t need to go at it alone! Talk to our expert team and we’ll help you out.
- What's considered a dental emergency?
Here are common problems or dental emergencies that we frequently see. You will also find common post-treatment instructions for the most common procedures. If you’re noticing these symptoms, call us at 253-839-5953 to get the care you need.
Sensitive Teeth: My teeth had gotten pretty sensitive to hot and cold. It really hurt. Ask your dentist about treating sensitive teeth.
Swelling, Throbbing, Hot/Cold Sensitivity, Pulpitis: Any time the pulp of a tooth has been injured or irritated, there’s a possibility that it may become swollen and painful. This inflammation is called pulpitis. Occasionally, placing a restoration close to the pulp can cause it to become inflamed. Other times, the pulp may become inflamed due to an injury.
Cracked Tooth Syndrome: is a term we use to describe the recurring discomfort, sensitivity, or pain in a tooth, caused by an incomplete fracture or crack.
Grinding, Clenching (Bruxism): Bruxism is the clenching or grinding of the teeth, which often occurs while a person is sleeping and can cause significant damage to your teeth. Common symptoms are jaw pain, headaches (especially soon after you wake up), and worn teeth.
Endodontic Abscess: An endodontic abscess is a pocket of pus that forms in the jawbone at the tip of a tooth root. Common Symptoms: Pain, Swelling, Bad Taste in Your Mouth, Tooth hurts when you bite or tap on it.
Cold Sores: Cold sores, also called fever blisters or oral herpes, are small sores that form most commonly on or near the lips.
Receding Gumlines: When the gumline moves away from the visible part of the tooth, exposing the tooth root, we call this gingival recession.
- Will I get a cleaning at my first appointment?
Most of the time, yes. Most of our new patients enjoy same day cleanings at their first visit! It all depends on your oral and overall health.
- Are you accepting new patients?
Yes, we are! We’re always looking for new patients to welcome to our dental family.
- Do you see kids?
Yes! We love welcoming kiddos to our practice. We provide a full range of comprehensive services to set you and your family up for success for your oral and overall health.