New Patient Information

New Patients

We make it our goal to reduce the anxiety that is often associated with going to the dentist, especially a brand-new provider. When you walk in Bitesize, you will be greeted with a kid-friendly environment, specifically designed to make children comfortable.

Is This Your Child's First Visit?

You can help make your child's first visit to the dentist enjoyable and positive. Your child should be informed about the visit, and told that the dentist and staff will explain all procedures and answer any questions. Our staff is trained to describe things to children in a non-threatening way that is easy for them to understand. We work hard to make the experience FUN for your child! Please avoid telling your child about any unpleasant dental treatment you may have heard about or experienced in the past.
Parents are always welcome to accompany their child to the treatment area throughout the entire visit!

Words to Avoid

You can help make the first visit to the dentist enjoyable and positive. It is best if you refrain from using words around your child that might cause unnecessary fear, such as needle, shot, pull, drill, or hurt. Our trained staff uses words that convey the same message, but are educational and non-frightening to your child.

New Patient Forms

Below you will find buttons (for either CHILD or ADULT) that will open a new window and take you to the new patient forms. Please be sure to fill out and submit (or print and bring the new patient forms along with) prior to your appointment. Please also bring any dental insurance information to your appointment. If you are unable to complete the forms online, please arrive 20 minutes prior to your child's appointment time. We ask that a parent or legal guardian accompany the child to their first visit. Legal guardians must present a court order verifying who is authorized to give consent for dental treatment for the patient. Minors not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian cannot have treatment without signed prior authorization.

New Patient Forms for CHILD

New Patient Forms for ADULT