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Thank you for your interest in our website and our practice.I truly appreciate and value the trust you have placed in me by referring your patients to my office and I will make every effort to ensure that the time your patient spends here will be worthwhile.

Communication

There are several ways that we can work together to enhance the patient's experience in our practice. I have found that communication is the key to accurately fulfilling your needs and your patient's expectations of us. Please feel free to contact me by phone or email if you have any special requests or information that you need to relate about your patient's care. Accurately filling out the referral cards we have supplied to your office and sending them along with the patient will help us render the appropriate care. You can also e-mail me at the office, using this website or the e-mail in my operatory microendo@comcast.net . It is especially helpful if you can fill out the area relating to the final disposition of the case with regards to post preparation (if any) and any further instructions you may have for your patient that I can relay to them.

Emergencies

I will make every effort to appoint emergency cases (such as severe tooth pain of endodontic origin) on the same day that you call. In rare instances, it is possible that I may not be able to do so; prescribing the appropriate pain medications and having the patient contact me directly through my emergency number (610-213-2393) will expedite their appointment and treatment.

Patient Instructions

By giving the patient specific information about their endodontic visit, you can help me meet your patient's expectations. A full diagnostic workup will be performed on each patient at the initial visit, including radiographs and periodontal probing. Since I usually expose multiple radiographs to examine different angles of view, even if you send a radiograph to us, the patient will most likely need one or more to complete the diagnosis. In the cases of re-treatment, this radiographic assay will more than likely be supplemented by a CBCT scan of the quadrant and that tooth in particular.

Health History

We can provide your patients with the highest standard of care only if we have an accurate medical history. Please encourage your patients who use the Internet to log onto this website at www.endomicrosurg.com to fill out their patient history forms. It is easy for them to do and our encryption technology will ensure privacy of their personal information. Also, it will expedite the registration process and help us to return them to you in a timely manner. There are times, however, when an especially complicated health history or difficult diagnosis may render endodontic treatment at the initial appointment impossible. Your patient should be informed of this.

Once again, thank you for the confidence of your referral!

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