Do You Accept New Patients?
New patients are always welcome. At your initial appointment as a new patient you will receive a dental exam, periodontal exam, oral cancer screening and x-rays. A professional cleaning may also be scheduled if you desire. After Dr. Meyer has had the opportunity to review your case he will recommend treatment options based on your dental goals.
Do You Offer General Dentistry?
In addition to his special interest in aesthetic dentistry, Dr. Tim Meyer brings over 25 years of experience as a general dentist. He strongly believes in continuing education to bring his patients the most modern and comfortable dentistry available.
Do You See Children?
We welcome children from the age of 18 months and older at First Impression Dental.
Is Dr. Tim Meyer Certified?
Dr. Tim Meyer holds a Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D) degree from Washington University, St. Louis, MO. He has had advanced education in Cosmetic and Neuromuscular Dentistry. Dr. Tim Meyer is a member of the American Dental Association, Wisconsin Dental Association, Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Organization for Conscious Sedation and International College of Cranio-Mandibular Orthopedics.
What Type Of Insurance Do You Accept?
We accept many insurance plans. Our receptionist will be happy to contact your insurance company prior to treatment to determine your benefits. We also offer interest free financing through CareCredit®.
Do You Accept Credit Cards?
Yes – MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express are all accepted at First Impression Dental.
Do You Offer Payment Plans?
Your smile is important to you – and to us. To help you achieve the results you desire and need, we offer financing through CareCredit®. They have a very high approval rate. Our receptionist can help you apply at our office during your visit. Please keep in mind that two forms of identification will be required if you choose to arrange financing.
Are Gift Certificates Available?
Gift certificates are available in any denomination. Dental care is a great gift since good oral hygiene enhances overall health.
How Can My Appointment Be Made More Comfortable?
Dr. Meyer and the First Impression Dental team feel that your comfort is most important. We offer the most advanced gentle care with respect to each patient’s individual needs. It is important for you to relay your concerns to our team so that we can make your visit a pleasant experience.
If children are anxious about their visit, parents are always welcome in the treatment rooms.
Dental sedation is available to help relieve your anxiety. It is available for patients age 18 and older.
Our reception area features a soothing salt water fish tank and an a la carte complimentary coffee machine. Our treatment suites include the following amenities to help make your visit even more comfortable!
- Massaging dental chairs
- Personal televisions with headphones
- Warmed blankets
Is The Office Handicapped Accessible?
First Impression Dental is accessible to disabled patients. Please let us know ahead of time if you would like us to make any special arrangements for you. We want to make your visit as comfortable as possible.
Do You Offer Teeth Whitening?
Yes! We offer custom whitening trays that are designed to fit you precisely and are less likely to irritate your teeth and gums.
Click here to see our online teeth whitening special!
Do You Offer Sedation?
Sedation is an easy and effective way to decrease fear and anxiety related to receiving dental care. It also allows you to complete all your treatment in just one appointment.
Are Dental X-Rays Really Necessary?
It is impossible to see directly between the teeth or under the gums or bone without the use of dental x-rays. Dental x-rays can detect disease much sooner than the clinical exam alone and many diseases, lesions and conditions can only be detected with the use of this tool. Oftentimes a patient has no signs or symptoms of disease. Dental x-rays enable Dr. Meyer to identify problems early so that pain and extensive, costly treatment can be avoided.
Can I Have My Teeth Cleaned If I Am Pregnant?
Yes, however prior to your first visit, we ask that you obtain a release form from your OBGYN stating that you can be seen in a dental office.