Brickwalk Dental has only one priority: You!
Our practice spends most of its time attending to the needs of our patients. When you enter our care, it’s not just about building your smile; it is also about building relationships.
We understand that some patients experience anxiety. The idea of visiting the dentist can be scary, especially for a first-time visitor. Regular dental care, however, is necessary and should be part of your routine. To keep you in-the-know, we offer resources and our knowledge in the mix.
Subduing Your Fears
A number of people put off visiting the dentist due to fear. One of the easiest ways to ease your worries is through information. We will walk you through your procedure, explaining what to expect, what happens when you’re in the chair, and the results. Instead of letting you figure out the procedure, we will tell you everything.
Learn More About Our Services
Dental procedures can be tricky to understand. You might be confused with the terms, or not know how “veneers” are supposed to help you. Don’t worry; before you settle on a treatment or procedure, we will take you through the process, and address all your concerns about the following:
Do you have questions about our practice or your treatment? Don’t hesitate to ask our friendly team of dentists.
With our years of experience, we can confidently answer any of your oral-care related concerns. Still confused with which procedure to take? Schedule a consultation with us and let our dentists personalize your treatment.
As your Cosmetic Dentist Specialists, we always strive to provide “dental health care” as opposed to “disease care” because we understand that the key to optimal dental health is preventive care. Hence we focus on thorough exams and also checking the overall health of your teeth and gums as we perform oral cancer exams and taking x-rays when necessary.
We can stay informed of your overall health after reviewing your medical history. Any new medications and any illnesses that may impact your dental health should always be reported to us. We are also aware that routine cleanings and flossing are all helpful in preventing dental disease.