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If this is your first visit to Dr. Walls, then it's important to understand the procedures we follow to ensure the best possible care for you.


Your first appointment will consist of a comprehensive exam to review your medical history, diagnose your dental concerns and discuss your treatment options. If you are experiencing pain, then every effort will be made to address your problem during this appointment. However, a complicated medical history or treatment plan will require a more extensive evaluation and possibly multiple visits to correct the problem.

Along with your Health History and Financial forms, it will be important for you to bring:


  • any recent records and x-rays from your previous dentist;
  • a list of medications you are presently taking;
  • your pharmacy's phone number;
  • your dental insurance card or your completed dental insurance form – this will save time when processing claims.


If this will be your first visit, please download our New Patient Kit. It includes our Medical History, Patient Registration, and Patient Consent forms. Please print, fill out, and bring with you to your appointment.


Click on the link to download kit.


New Patient Kit [ZIP] - Coming Soon!


If you have trouble downloading or opening this file, then you can download the individual forms on our Patient Forms page.


Please note: reading and printing PDF forms requires Adobe® Acrobat Reader®Click here to download.



IMPORTANT: All patients under the age of 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at the consultation visit.


If you have a history of any of the following medical conditions, please inform the receptionist at the time you call for an appointment:

  • Pregnant
  • Uncontrolled Diabetes
  • Uncontrolled Blood Pressure
  • Graves Disease
  • Recently Hospitalized
  • Recent Stroke or Heart Attack
  • Currently taking Bisphosphonates like Actonel®, Fosamax®, or Boniva®
  • Currently on Blood Thinners
  • Your Doctor has told you to take antibiotics before a dental visit