New Patient Forms
Combining the artistry of a beautiful smile, the foundation of whole body health, and the science of long lasting function
Welcome to Our New Patients!
On behalf of our entire dental team, we welcome you to our office. We’re sure that you’ll find the atmosphere friendly, the office comfortable and our service exceptional.
Our commitment is to provide you with dental care that will enhance the quality of your life. We are proud to offer you and your family complete dental care in one location conveniently located in Plano, TX. We provide complete cosmetic, diagnostic, preventative, restorative and reconstructive dental services.
A Note for Our Cosmetic Dentistry Patients
If you are reading this, you may be seriously considering having some cosmetic dental work performed. Well, you have come to the right place. For many years now, our Plano cosmetic dentist has been transforming the smiles of residents in and around the area, and we look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve the dazzling smile you have always dreamed about. We take pride in the fact that we provide all of our patients exceptional individualized attention and service.
Our highly trained dentist and support team have been trained to perform advanced cosmetic dental procedures using state-of-the-art equipment, and we know how important the decision to undergo cosmetic dental treatment is. As a new patient, you deserve the very best; we can assure you that after meeting us and visiting our office for your new patient exam, you will leave knowing that your dental health is in good hands.
What to Expect as a New Patient
Many people fear the dentist and we understand that. With so many advances in technique and equipment, procedures that were time consuming and painful in the past can now be done in just one or two visits and with no discomfort whatsoever. If you do have a dental phobia or even just some anxiety about having dental work done, we can discuss options to relax you during your appointments. Oral conscious sedation means that you are awake during your procedures but you will feel no pain and barely remember the work was even performed. Sedation dentistry uses pills, nitrous oxide or mild anesthesia to relax our patients and calm your fears. Be sure to ask about sedation options during your consultation with Dr. McDonald & Dr. Luck.
You will meet with Dr. McDonald or Dr. Luck at your first visit, at which time we will discuss what brings you to our office and what your goals concerning your dental health are. Some patients require a great deal of dental work to get where they want to be while others only require a very minor procedure such as teeth whitening or porcelain veneers. We handle all dental problems – no problem is too small and no problem is too big.
New Patient Form