New Patient, Coal Creek Family Dental, Erie ,CO

New Patients

Welcome to Coal Creek Family Dental in Erie, Colorado! We understand it can be difficult searching for a new dentist. At Coal Creek Family Dental, our dentist can help you understand the many services that we offer.

Smile Reminders

We send smile reminders to you via either text message or email to notify you of your future appointment and also to confirm it. To set up your preferences, contact our office at 303-953-0530 or visit our website today.

Download the release of records consent form.

Records Release Form

Initial Consultation

Your first step is to call our office and set up a consultation. Consultations are a great opportunity for you to meet your dentist and get to know him or her better. Your dentist can talk with you about the different procedures that are offered and how you can benefit from them.

New Patient Paperwork and Documentation

Since it will be your first time at Coal Creek Family Dental, please complete the New Patient form. Evaluating your medical history allows your dentist to get a better understanding of your dental care needs. The form will take some time to fill out, so we recommend coming a few minutes early to your appointment. If you prefer to fill these forms out before you arrive, please click on the following link:
 

New Patient Form

Comprehensive Exam

All first-time patients will undergo a comprehensive exam. Your dentist will listen to your chief complaints, concerns and expectations. The dentist or hygienist will clean your teeth and check for cavities and gum disease. He or she will also evaluate your risk of developing other oral health problems, as well as check your face, neck and mouth for abnormalities. A dental exam will also likely include dental X-rays.

X-Rays

X-rays are a means of diagnosing problems that can otherwise go unnoticed. Tooth decay, abscesses, impacted teeth, or jawbone damage will all be visible on an X-ray. 

Treatment Plan

After your dental exam, the dentist or hygienist will discuss your oral health, including your risk of tooth decay, gum disease and any other oral health problems, and preventive measures you can take to improve and protect your oral health.