Your first visit with Dr. Clement Monroe or Dr. Kamron Monroe in their Pinehurst dentist office provides the opportunity for us to get to know you, learn about your oral health as well as any concerns you may have.
Drs. Monroe and their staff understand that a visit to the dentist can cause anxiety and stress for many patients, and during this visit we can discuss options for sedation dentistry that can ensure your complete comfort during any dental treatment.
A hygiene appointment will be scheduled at the conclusion of your first visit as well as any additional appointments required to address dental problems or cosmetic concerns discussed during your consultation with Drs. Monroe. We consider ourselves partners in your overall health care and emphasize the importance of both routine preventive care and patient education as the foundation of good dentistry and a lasting relationship with you, our patient.
A first visit with us will include:
- a review of your dental and medical history
- a thorough oral examination
- necessary diagnostic x-rays
- periodontal screening
- oral cancer screening
New Patient FAQs
What should I bring to my first dental appointment?
We suggest you download and fill out our patient forms prior to your arrival, or plan to arrive a few minutes before your first dental appointment to fill out your new patient paperwork. Please bring your dental insurance information with you as well.
Do Drs. Monroe accept dental insurance?
Yes, we accept nearly all dental insurance plans. While we don’t participate in any managed care dental plans, we can still provide you with dental treatment and assist you with the claims process. Our insurance coordinator can work with you to maximize your dental benefits.
Do you see children?
Yes, Drs. Monroe are family dentists and welcome children to their Pinehurst dentist office. The American Dental Association recommends that children see a dentist by the time their first tooth erupts. Bringing children to the dentist at a young age helps them feel more comfortable and relaxed. We generally begin providing routine care for children (every six months) at age 3.