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Your Visit

Ready to smile?

We're ready to help! Our goal is to keep you smiling every step of the way.

What happens at your first visit

Welcome to A+ Dental Care! We are always happy to see new patients & we welcome your whole family. From preventive care to cosmetic & restorative treatments, we are here for all your dental needs.

At your first visit, we will provide you with:

  • Professionals to listen & clearly explain your treatment options
  • Payment options including 0% financing

Please print & fill out a copy of our new patient forms & bring them to your first visit. If you have dental insurance, please bring your insurance card. At our practices, we maximize your dental insurance benefits, & insured patients pay nothing out-of-pocket for cleanings! Call today for your appointment to meet the A+ Dental Care team.

What you need to bring

Let’s make sure your dental visit is a breeze. Don’t forget to bring:

  • Dental X-rays from the last six months.
  • We can take X-rays if you don’t have them.
  • Your medical and dental history info, including any medications you’re taking
  • Your dental insurance card (if you have insurance)
  • Your parent if you’re under 18 (or if you’re over 18, but just want the company)

Want to get a head start on the forms ahead of time? You can download them and print and complete them at home.

What People Are Saying

"My experience with everyone at A Plus (A+) Dental has been truly outstanding. The entire staff there is extremely professional, courteous, and friendly. I started as an A+ Dental patient when my long-time friend and dentist of many years retired. I'm particularly impressed with Doctor Rob Ash at A+ Dental. I've found his expertise to be always absolutely first-rate. And, he is friendly such that I actually looked forward to the two dental procedures that he carefully and skillfully performed on me recently. A+ Dental is highly recommended by me to anyone looking for a great dentist, as well as a team of truly friendly and very competent dental hygienists, dental assistants, and office personnel."