Which appointment is right for you?
Depending on your individual goals, we will reserve an appointment that is appropriate for you.
If you are looking for a new dental home and would like to become established here for your regular care, we will reserve a Comprehensive Exam appointment.
Or perhaps you are specifically interested in our cosmetic services and would like to discuss your particular situation with Dr. Weber or Dr. Reynolds so that they can determine your options for achieving the smile you’ve always wanted.
Whether you need a new dental home or a new smile, we welcome your call.
Comprehensive Exam Appointment
Franklin Smiles typically reserves one hour for your initial new patient appointment. Upon your arrival at our office, Dr. Weber or Dr. Reynolds will personally go over your medical and dental history and carefully listen to your dental story. We will then request the appropriate radiographs along with a number of digital photo images of your teeth and smile. Next, Dr. Weber or Dr. Reynolds will perform a comprehensive examination, and while listening to your chief concerns, will assess your oral condition and offer cosmetic and restorative suggestions. We are then able to reserve the next appropriate appointment for you
Complimentary Cosmetic Consultation
Patients who are interested in improving their smiles can meet with Dr. Reynolds for a brief complimentary cosmetic consultation. This visit will give you an opportunity to discuss your individual concerns and will allow us to determine possible treatment options.
If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please Contact Franklin Smiles for more information.
Any dental emergency like an injury to the teeth or gums can be potentially serious and should not be ignored. Ignoring a dental problem can increase the risk of permanent damage as well as the need for more extensive and expensive treatment down the road. Dr. Weber, Dr. Reynolds, and their staff are highly trained in treating all common emergencies, including toothaches, chipped or broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, extruded (a partially dislodged tooth), objects caught between teeth or under the gum, lost fillings, lost crowns, lost temporaries, broken braces wire, abscesses, TMJ pain, swelling, and soft tissue injuries to the lips, cheek, and gum.
If you are experiencing a dental emergency please Contact Franklin Smiles immediately. We will make arrangements to treat your dental emergency as soon as possible.