Office Tour

Conveniently located in Beckett Ridge, our office has been designed with patient comfort and dental excellence in mind. We have invested in the very best dental equipment so that we can provide the best dental care to you and your family. Have a look around and when you are ready, come by and see us in person!

Appointment requests

We are delighted to welcome you to our practice and pleased that you chose us to serve your dental needs. Please complete the following form and someone from our team will be in touch to arrange your next dental appointment.

Contact Form

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Insurance and Payment Information

Have a question about your specific insurance plan or want to learn more about how insurance works? We have on-site Benefits Specialists to help you navigate and maximize your benefits. Give us a call and we would be happy to look into it for your!

Savings Program

No dental insurance? No problem. We offer a dental wellness savings program that is designed to provide affordability and greater access to quality dental care.


Registration and Paperwork

  • LINK: Beckett Dental Care Patient Health History
  • LINK: Office Financial Policies
  • LINK: Notice of Privacy Practices

No time to register? No problem! Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment so that we can begin your dental appointment on time.

Your child’s first visit

We want your child’s first visit to be a positive anxiety free experience. Our goal is to provide your child with the highest quality of dental care in a manner that allows them to grow up unafraid of visiting the dentist. We will customize your child’s visit to meet his or her specific needs, both physically and psychologically.

We have an open door policy meaning that parents are allowed in appropriate patient care areas. Occasionally, we may ask parents to leave the room so that we may focus the child’s attention on the task at hand. We also have a no restraint policy. Under no circumstances are harsh words or physical restraints utilized.

Some helpful tips for your first visit: be natural, positive and easy-going. Be a role model! Your child will look to you for cues as to what to expect and how to act at their dental appointment. If you appear calm and confident, so will your child. Please avoid phrases and words such as “it wont hurt” drill, shot or needle. Talk about the up coming dental visit. It is a new experience for your child, so let them know the dentist will be looking at his or her teeth to clean them and make sure that they are all healthy.