New Patient Information

Welcome to your first visit

During your first visit to Fox Point Dental at our Lakewood, Colorado dental clinic, we will take the time to listen to your concerns and goals and to clearly outline our recommendations. We will work together to decide on a treatment plan based on your unique needs. To expedite your visit, please complete and bring your new patient information paperwork with you.

It is our goal to understand exactly what you need and to have a great experience from the first time you step in our doors. Here's how to prepare for your appointment and what to expect when you arrive at our office.

Your first visit will include:

  • Digital X-Rays
  • Oral cancer screening
  • Dental health examination with Dr. Turner
  • Extra time to discuss your treatment plan and options

New Patient Paperwork

Please print, fill out and bring the new patient

information paperwork below to your first

appointment at our Lakewood dental clinic.

For new patient paperwork for tongue-ties, lip-ties, and airway

assessments, visit Bloom Center for Sleep & Airway Health.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is general dentistry?

General dentistry is the evaluation, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and conditions of the body’s oral and maxillofacial region (ADA, American Dental Association). Rather than specializing in one area, general dentists offer restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, dental exams and teeth cleanings, cavity fillings, pediatric dentistry, and more.

What do I need to know about general dentistry services?

General dentistry services are available for individuals of all ages - from infants to adults. Whether preventative, restorative, or emergency dental, we provide care for all types of dental issues.

What is the cost of general dentistry services offered?

The cost of general dentistry services greatly depends on the complexity of the dental issue, oral health history, and more. For an accurate quote, schedule an appointment and we’ll provide a cost for your unique situation. 

What are the benefits of getting general dentistry services?

You can provide great care for your teeth through regular preventative check ups and cleaning, and by addressing common dental issues. By giving care to your teeth now, you’ll ensure your teeth's longevity and better overall health for years to come.  

How do I book an appointment for a general dentistry checkup?

To schedule an appointment, simply fill out this form here and we’ll be in touch regarding getting you into our office. Questions or prefer to do it the old-fashioned way? Feel free to give us a call at 303.732.8909.

Ready to schedule an appointment for general dentistry services in Lakewood, CO?

Dental cleanings (prophylaxis)

Normally recommended every six months, This professional service reinforces the home-care oral health regimen of brushing and flossing and gives our team an opportunity to locate areas in the mouth that may need special attention.

Oral cancer screening

We look for signs of cancer or precancerous conditions in your mouth. The goal of oral cancer screening is to identify mouth cancer early, when there is a greater chance for a cure.

Digital cavity detecting radiology

Low radiation option to look for areas of decay or pre-decay in between your teeth.


Tooth colored, mercury-free material is used to repair areas where tooth decay or wear have caused cavities.

Fluoride strengthening treatments

Naturally occuring fluoride can be used to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent weakened areas from turning to cavities.  Sometimes it can even reverse cavities!

Periodontal treatments

Periodontal disease is bad for your entire health!  Treating it every three to four months can help with chronic health issues.


Protective tooth colored layer over deep grooves can help to prevent cavities when teeth first erupt in the mouth by sealing out plaque and bacteria.

Tooth extractions

Gentle removal of a tooth that cannot be samed, a tooth extraction can get you out of pain or prevent infection.

Tongue-tie procedures

A tongue-tie can impact feeding, speaking, sleeping, chronic pain, and a whole host of other issues!