New Patients Guide

Sometimes people wait until they have a toothache or other dental issue to visit a dentist. This can complicate your condition and later require extensive treatment. Visiting a dentist should be scheduled routinely to treat and maintain your oral health. Therefore, after your first visit, it’s recommended to visit a dentist regularly to keep looking and feeling great!  Call our office at 407-382-6455 to schedule an appointment.

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To help you find a new doctor, we have created these guidelines. Many people remain with their same doctor for many years, as they get comfortable with the service and medical judgement they get.

In special cases, such as moving to a new neighborhood, people must find new doctors. If you are one of those people, these guidelines might be useful to you when visiting your new dentist in Orlando Florida. We are here to provide high quality service in a relaxed, comfortable environment.

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Smile Reminders

It can be easy to forget when you scheduled a dental appointment but now we will remind you with a "Smile Reminder" via email or text message, and even provide driving directions if it's your initial visit. Just click on the link below to let us know how you'd like to be contacted. We'll do the rest!

Smile Reminder Consent Form

Download the release of records consent form.

Records Release Form

Paper Work

Since it’ll be your first time at Waterford Center, it’s imperative that you fill in New Patient forms. The forms will take some time to fill out, so we recommend coming a few minutes earlier to your appointment. In the case you prefer to fill these forms out at your convenience, please refer to the following link:

New Patient Form

Health history is essential. Evaluating your medical history allows our dentist to get a better understanding of your dental care needs.

Comprehensive Exam

All first-time patients have to undergo a comprehensive exam. The more detail you provide, the easier it is for our dentist to get to the root of the problem. A comprehensive exam allows our dentist to set a solid course of action to intervene the problem. Feel comfortable sharing any questions or concerns you may have with our dentist. The comprehensive exam also includes an examination of your teeth and gums.


X-rays are a way of diagnosing problems that can otherwise go unnoticed. Tooth decay, abscess, impacted teeth, or jawbone damage will all be visible on an x-ray. The details x-rays provide could make all the difference for your overall oral hygiene.

Our dentist may recommend a panoramic radiograph. The imaging provided through the panoramic x-ray provides a complete image of your jaws. This helps in pinpointing any damage that tooth decay may have caused to the jaws.

Treatment Plan

Once the comprehensive exam and x-rays are done, our dentist will provide you with solutions to your dental irregularities. Through a comprehensive treatment dental plan, our dentist can resolve the issues that affect your oral hygiene. Since each treatment plan is developed based on your specific needs, it’s imperative that you are clear about your expectations from the start.


To ensure a healthy lifestyle, pay attention to your oral hygiene. By going for your first appointment with our dentist, you are taking control. Take the right course of action and opt for our dentist at Waterford Center in Orlando Florida

If you have any questions or concerns, please call our office today at 407-382-6455. Our dentist and team are here for your dental needs!