What Is An Initial Orthodontic Consultation?
By Wermerson Orthodontics
August 15, 2018
Category: Orthodontics
Tags: Braces   Orthodontics   Invisalign   Consultation  

DO YOU THINK you or someone you love might be in need of orthodontic treatment? Are you dealing with a lot of teeth crowding or a bad bite? Well, the first thing to do is schedule an initial orthodontic consultation! This crucial appointment will set the stage for any future treatment, but what exactly is it and what should you do to prepare?
 

What To Expect At Your Consultation

At your initial consultation, you will be greeted by our friendly front desk staff! They will then work with you to complete your Health History paperwork. It is at this time that we can check on any dental insurance for orthodontic benefits. Once your paperwork is complete, we will begin the consultation by taking a few photographs and an xray. The xray is included with the free consultation. From those images, Dr. Wermerson will be able to give you his best recommendations for possible treatment options for you and your lifestyle. We are more than happy to answer any and all questions you may have at that time. 

Before Your Appointment

Call our office at (605)274-0555 to schedule your appointment! Before your appointment, there is no paperwork that will need to be completed prior to your arrival on the day of your scheduled appointment; all paperwork will be completed when you come to our office for your initial consultaiton. 

Schedule Your Consultation Today!

If you still have questions about what an initial consultation is like, just call us and ask! We can’t wait to see you and begin getting your smile on track to the healthy, straight smile you deserve!

We love helping all of our patients!

 

Dr. Chris Wermerson, DMD, MS
Wermerson Orthodontics

5200 S. Cliff Ave, Ste. 102

Sioux Falls, SD 57108

 

605-274-0555

 


Wermerson Orthodontics is a member of the American Association of Orthodontics
 

 

Dr. Wermerson is a Board Certified Orthodontist and member of the AAO, which has 17,000 members in the United States, Canada and abroad. Orthodontists are uniquely qualified specialists who correct improperly aligned teeth and jaws (bad bites).  They receive an additional two to three years of specialized education beyond dental school to learn the proper way to align and straighten teeth.  Only those with this formal education may call themselves “orthodontists,” and only orthodontists are eligible for membership in the AAO.  Visit the AAO online at www.mylifemysmile.org.

 

The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical condition.

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