Your First Visit

Getting Started

No pressure. Just answers.

When you’re ready to discover all the ways orthodontic treatment can benefit you and your family, the first step is a complimentary orthodontic consultation. There’s no better way to learn what’s available and find out what kind of changes are possible.

The entire consultation takes about an hour. It’s a no-pressure opportunity to see what your needs are, find out about all the latest patient-friendly treatment options, meet Dr. DiCiccio and Dr. Freeman and see our team in action.

First Visit

Your First Visit

At your first visit, you will be greeted by one of our team members and given a tour of the office. Since your initial paperwork will have been completed online prior to your arrival, we can get right to work taking some diagnostic records and photos. For your convenience and to save you having to make another appointment, we choose to take records at your consultation. This also helps us get a more clear picture of your exact needs. This is all included in your complimentary, no-obligation orthodontic exam. Our treatment coordinator will be able to answer many of your questions prior to meeting the doctor. Our treatment coordinator will also be able to discuss treatment fees and you will be able to customize your payment arrangements to fit your particular situation.

If a patient is still developing and is not yet ready for treatment, we will recommend the patient be placed into an observation phase where we will follow growth and development to determine the appropriate time for treatment.

At DiCiccio Freeman Orthodontics, we use case presentation software which allows you to view the steps and appliances involved with your treatment. At the end of your visit, we are able to email the presentation home so if one parent is not able to attend the consultation they are still able to review the same information presented at the office visit. You will also receive a Post Examination packet with additional information.


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