At Levesque Family Dentistry, we consider ourselves a partner in your dental care. Our dentists take ample time during the initial visit to learn about your oral health, overall health, personal concerns and goals.
Your first visit will begin with a new patient exam and consultation with one of our dentists. This visit will take approximately 60 minutes. We have incorporated some of the latest technology into our Nashua dentist office, including an intra oral camera, micro-air abrasion and CEREC. The initial visit will include:
- Comprehensive dental exam
- Digital x-rays (as recommended)
- Periodontal screening
- Oral cancer screening
- Occlusal analysis
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring to my first dental appointment?
We ask you to download your medical history form, complete it and bring it with you to your first visit. Please bring your dental insurance information with you as well.
Do you accept dental insurance?
Our office works with almost every dental plan in the market to get you the maximum benefits. Levesque Family Dentistry is an independent dental provider. This benefits you because we can provide every available option for your treatment instead of being limited to the options your insurance provider has chosen for you. Many dental plans limit restorations to silver/mercury and non-precious metal fillings because they are still approved and cheaper, but much less desirable in quality, longevity, appearance, and safety. We will give you all the information so you can make the best choice for your mouth and your budget.
Can I still use my dental insurance benefits?
Yes! Our office staff will file pre-determinations and help you get everything you are entitled to with your plan while giving you all the information to help you have the best possible value and result. Most of our patients are covered by dental benefits and like the way we help them with the process including providing all the choices to help them stay healthy and look their best.
Do you see children?
Yes! 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 begin providing routine care for children (every six months) at age 3.