New Patient Forms

Welcome and thank you for your interest in joining the A.R.C. Dental Health family! At A.R.C. we want to not only provide treatment for our patients but to also empower them to care for their teeth. We aim to achieve this by working with each of our patients as a team to make sure they are well informed and educated about their dental needs and wants. Please take some time to review our welcome letter and fill out the forms below in preparation for your first appointment.

Dr. Rachel, Dr. Alvin and the team look forward to meeting and working with you!

Downloadable forms:

Online forms:

Welcome Letter Forms (This link only contains the forms found within the Welcome Letter; please be sure to download and review the Welcome Letter from the link Above)

Patient Information Forms

Medical Health History Form

Dental History Form

To learn about which insurances we take and learn about our in house plan please visit the Financial Page.

To become empowered and get answers to commonly asked dental questions please visit the Dental FAQs.

Dental FAQsNew Patient Forms
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dental faqs

Swap Your Tooth Brush

Approximately every three months, you should swap out your tooth brush for a fresh one. Misshapen bristles don’t provide as thorough of a cleaning and can result in more damage.

See Your Dentist Twice a Year

It may come as a shock that you should see your dentist so often! But, when you come in for a regular visit twice a year, or every six months, we’re able to track your progress and prevent any potential issues.

Ask About Sealants

Children aren’t the only ones prone to cavities. Adults can benefit from cavity prevention measures if they are having issues maintaining their oral health. If cavities are something you struggle with, sealants may be able to offer protection at any age.

Oral Health Reflects Overall Health

Eating mouth-healthy foods, avoiding bad habits like drinking and smoking, and more lifestyle behaviors can be reflected in your mouth. By maintaining a healthy and happy life, you’re more likely to show off a beautiful smile.

Use Fluoridated Products

Unless our dentist has stated otherwise for your specific needs, you should always use fluoridated mouth products at home. This’ll help you keep strong teeth that can fend off daily wear and tear.

Protect Your Teeth from Injury

Think about how much your teeth go through in a day. By donning a mouthguard at night – or even during the day – you can defend your teeth against grinding, as well as other forms of tension.

Don’t Forget Your Gums

We always talk about brushing our teeth, but a lot of oral health concerns are rooted in the gums. Flossing and paying attention to your periodontal health can spare you from needing restorative measures in the future.