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Here at Mayfair Family Dentistry, we love meeting new patients. Part of easing your concerns is explaining what you can expect from our practice. When you are new to our office, we put in the effort to provide you with a positive and comforting experience. Once you have been with us for a while, you can continue to expect the highest level of service. We focus on providing quality dental care, excellent customer service, and a relaxing environment to maintain a lasting patient relationship. We consider your first visit the start of a long-term relationship with you.

During your initial appointment, we will perform various tests to assess the condition of your oral health and to create a dental plan based on your unique, individual needs. We look forward to meeting you!

For more information on your initial visit or to request an appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us today at (215) 624-4415!

New Patient Forms

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FAQs

At Mayfair Family Dentistry, located on Frankford Avenue in Philadelphia, PA, your questions and concerns are important to us. That is why we took the time to provide some answers to your frequently asked questions.

What should I bring to my first appointment?
In order to get you set up properly in our system as a new patient, you will need to bring your dental insurance card and a form of identification (driver’s license, military ID, or state ID). You will also need to complete a patient information form, patient health history form, HIPAA consent form, and a patient authorization form.

Why should I floss?
Flossing is important because it reduces the number of bacteria in your mouth. Bacteria are tiny creatures that feed on food particles left in your teeth. Sometimes food particles get into little crevices in your mouth that cannot be cleaned thoroughly by brushing alone.

What should I do if my kids hate brushing their teeth?
Try making teeth brushing a fun activity for your kids. Fun toothbrushes and toothpastes are always an option. You should also try showing some enthusiasm when brushing your own teeth. Kids want to be just like their parents and will follow your lead. You should also introduce your child to dentist visits at a young age to help instill the importance of proper oral care.

What can I do to prevent cavities?
In order to prevent cavities, you should adopt a healthy diet and proper teeth cleaning. The bacteria that are in your mouth produce harmful acid when you consume foods and drinks that are high in sugar content. These acids weak havoc on your enamel and can wear it away, leaving your teeth susceptible to getting cavities. You should also brush and floss your teeth twice daily to keep your mouth free of plaque and food debris that bacteria can feed on.

What is fluoride?
Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that can be found in most drinking water. Drinking water is fortified with fluoride to help strengthen tooth enamel. By strengthening tooth enamel, teeth become less susceptible to getting cavities. Fluoride is often used during dental cleanings in order to protect your teeth even more.

Have a question that we didn’t answer? Contact us today at Mayfair Family Dentistry. Our staff would be happy to help you.