Become a Patient of Amelia Gentle Dentistry Today
If you’re looking for an experienced, full-service dental office in Fernandina Beach, FL, join the Amelia Gentle Dentistry Family today. Whether you need an emergency dentist, cosmetic dentistry, or restorations—we can help. Below, you’ll find everything you’ll need for your appointment.
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What Can I Expect During My Checkup?
We recommend patients come in at least twice a year to get a cleaning and checkup! Our team will provide a thorough, comprehensive exam to guarantee your oral health is at its best.
If you are transferring to us from a different dental office, please authorize your previous office to email any previous x-rays to us at: AGDxray@comcast.net.
If your x-rays are outdated (over 12 months old), updated x-rays will need to be taken at your New Patient Appointment. Please call our office for more information.
Here’s what you can expect:
- Medical history review
- Diagnostic digital x-rays
- Oral cancer screening
- Gum disease evaluation
- Check for tooth decay
- Examination of existing restorations
- Removal of tartar & plaque
- Teeth polishing & scaling
- Oral hygiene recommendations
- Review dietary habits
Our Appointment Policy
Our goal is always to begin your appointment as close to the scheduled time as possible, as we realize your time is valuable. We schedule appointment times to match the procedure we have planned for that time. Anyone arriving more than ten minutes late for their appointment may have to have their appointment rescheduled. This is because we need to ensure we have plenty of time to deliver high-quality, gentle procedures for all of our scheduled patients.
We do our best to confirm appointments 24–48 hours in advance of the appointment time. It is not always possible to contact every patient for every appointment. Please make a note of appointment dates and times on your calendar.
Our office requires a MINIMUM of 24 hours notice to change or cancel a scheduled appointment. Any less time makes our ability to offer that appointment time to another patient very challenging.
Failure to give the office adequate notice for missed appointments will result in the necessity to collect a $50 deposit for future visits. That deposit will be applied to future treatment.