We know you are in discomfort, and we're genuinely sorry about that. We know your dental issues are painful and probably stressful. The good news is that we are really, really good at relieving your pain and returning to feeling like yourself. We know relieving pain and saving teeth are big deals for our patients. We’ve spent an enormous amount of time and energy becoming exceptional at the technical side of our work. We’ve also invested in technology that makes this process more accurate, less painful, and more effective than ever before
Because of all of this, you can trust with the compassion required to see you as a person and not just another mouth to fix. You can also trust that we have the knowledge, skill, techniques, and experience required to make things better.
We know your time is precious, but we also want to cover all the information you'll need to make decisions about your treatment. Here are steps you can take to prepare for your first visit.
Fill out new patient forms & health history forms. We have these forms available online so you can print them out and fill them out at your convenience. Then just bring them with you to your first visit. This will save time and allow more one-on-one time with your doctor.
Review our financing options & insurance information. Bring any insurance cards you may have to your first visit. Take a look at the financing options we offer so you can be prepared to use whatever option is best for you. If you're unsure what your insurance covers, don't worry! We will help you check your policy.
Make a list of any current medications, any concerns, & any allergies. We will need to know your medical history before any procedures, especially if you will be getting sedation or anesthesia. Please bring a complete list of medications, allergies, and other medical issues that could affect your dental procedure.
We went into dentistry to help people, and we love doing it! What could be more rewarding than helping people save their teeth or get them out of pain? We get to serve people during very vulnerable times, and we do our best to make them feel comfortable, cared for, and confident in us and their treatment plans.
Without compassion, very few people would survive this job. We don't just go to work every day. We go to work to save teeth and relieve people of their pain. We know you're not yourself when you're in pain, and we want to get you back to feeling like yourself quickly and efficiently. You can expect compassion and exceptional skills at Northwest Arkansas Endodontic Specialists!
Dr. Toole followed in the footsteps of her father, who practiced dentistry for more than 30 years. She took it further, specializing in endodontic dentistry, and has been certified since 2009.Meet Dr. Toole
Dr. Behrents grew up in Tennessee and studied to become an endodontic surgeon in Colorado, Texas, and Missouri. Since graduating in 2009, he's worked to build a practice known for compassion & exceptional care.Meet Dr. Behrents
After graduating from the UA-Fayetteville, Dr. Townsend got her dental surgery degree in Tennessee. After a year of practice, she decided endodontic surgery was her passion, and she received her certification in St. Louis.Meet Dr. Townsend
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