Dr. Jacob Grapevine has a very patient-centered dental practice in Plano, Texas. From the moment you call our office, you can expect to be treated like a member of our family. We know that not every patient has had the best experiences with their dental care. We strive to overcome these moments and make every dental visit moving forward as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.
What To Expect on Your First Dentist Visit
We fully care for and respect our patients. You will experience little or no waiting prior to your appointment. When you come in the office, you will be greeted by a member of our knowledgeable and friendly staff who will guide you through your visit. We see only one patient at a time, so you can expect our full and undivided attention when you visit Dr. Grapevine’s office.
The first visit will typically include an exam and consultation as well as a dental cleaning if needed. Dr. Grapevine will take the time to listen to your wants and needs. We can help you avoid potential dental problems by identifying early risks. If Dr. Grapevine finds any such risks or instability, he can offer intervention treatments that will prevent future problems and save you from unnecessary pain, and expense.
New Dental Patient FAQs
What should I bring to my first dental appointment?
Please download our patient forms and bring them with you to your first dental appointment. If you have dental insurance, please remember to bring that information as well. If you are seeking a second opinion or being referred by another dentist, contact our office to find out if we will need copies of your medical or dental records.
Does Dr. Grapevine accept dental insurance?
Yes, Dr. Grapevine accepts nearly all dental insurance. We will assist you with the billing and paperwork. As a courtesy, our office staff will contact your dental insurance provider to check benefits and get an estimate of your out of pocket costs. Learn more about our dental insurance policy
Does Dr. Grapevine see children?
Dr. Grapevine is a family dentist and we see children as well as adults in our Plano dental office. We typically see children ages 3 and older.