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What do I have to bring with me when I first visit the dental practice? What should be considered at home when it comes to oral hygiene? How should I behave after a dental surgery? We answer questions of this kind in our patient information. With our guides, we also provide you with extensive information on many dental topics. You can also download our dentistry guides and information sheets free of charge as a PDF and print them out at home.

Checklist for your first appointment in our practice

We are very pleased that you have decided to visit our practice.

To make sure that you do not forget any important documents for your appointment with us, we have one checklist put together for you. It contains all the important documents you should bring to us.

  • Insurance card: Please bring your insurance card with you every time you visit us. Check in advance if it is still valid and apply for a new card if necessary.
  • Bonusheft: Please also bring your dentures bonus booklet to the appointment in our office, so that we can confirm your check-up. If you ever need dentures in the future, it is important that you have regular check-ups and so can save money. Because your health insurance will take over a higher proportion of the costs incurred for the dentures.
  • X-rays: If X-rays of your teeth have been made by another dentist in the last three years, you should bring them with you to your appointment. Please ask your previous dentist afterwards. If necessary, he can also send these directly to our practice. This way, we can avoid taking unnecessary X-rays of your teeth and minimize radiation exposure.
  • X-Pass: If you already have an X-ray passport, please bring it with you so that we can enter any necessary X-ray images. You will receive a new X-ray passport from us.
  • Medication list: If you currently or regularly take medications, it is important that we know them well. Please bring a list of these medicines to us so we can be sure there are no unwanted interactions.
  • Allergy pass: If you have allergies, your doctor has given you an allergy pass. Please bring this to your first appointment with us, so that we can specifically avoid any incidents during the dental treatment.
  • Crunching rail: If you have a bite splint, please bring it with us to your control appointments, so that we can check the optimal fit of the splint and correct it if necessary.

We wish you a pleasant journey and look forward to your visit with us!

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