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Here at North County Orthodontics, Drs. Ross and Laura Pulver help our patients achieve healthy, beautiful smiles to last a lifetime! Not only do we love providing a professional service for all patients, but we have fun along the way. Our doctors and team are committed to creating beautiful smiles that last a lifetime! North County Orthodontics uses the very latest technologies to offer a variety of gentle and efficient treatment options and give you the customized, individual care you deserve.


 

Every smile starts with an initial consultation!

Your first visit to our orthodontic office is an exciting time! It's a chance for us to get acquainted, and for you to learn about the treatments and services we offer. Your first appointment at North County Orthodontics lasts about an hour. During this time we will:

  • Take records including photographs and digital low-radiation x-rays  

  • Perform a complete examination to evaluate any orthodontic issues

  • Discuss appropriate treatment options and length of treatment which take into account your dental development, oral hygiene, and your own concerns.

  • Discuss all financial information including the overall fee, insurance if available, and payment options

Our team will be glad to answer any questions you may have, and we will provide all of the information that you need to determine which treatment is right for you.

New Patient Paperwork

If time permits please fill out our Orthodontic Patient Information and Health History Form that is required for the initial exam prior to your appointment. You can either e-mail it to our office at hello@northcoortho.com or bring it to the initial appointment. You can also fill out the form online through our Patient Portal once your initial appointment is set up. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email us.  Again, we welcome you to our practice and look forward to seeing you for your orthodontic examination!

Click to Download: Orthodontic Patient Information and Health History Form