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Glenview, IL


Dr. Joshua Hassan and Dr. Jennifer Adhami at Glen Perio in Glenview, ILAt Glen Perio, we want our patients to have the best possible experience during their visits with us. If you are a new patient, the first step towards better periodontal health involves preparation. The following information can help you better understand what to expect during your initial consultation.

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Your First Visit


On your first visit to our office, you will receive a periodontal examination. You should experience little, if any, discomfort during this examination. If necessary, x-rays will be taken to further evaluate any loss of bone around your teeth.

Afterwards, our findings and your options for treatment will be thoroughly explained. At that time, the doctor will answer any questions you may have.

Our goal is that you leave with a complete understanding of your condition and the treatment needed to restore you to optimum oral health.

New Patient Forms


We have made our patient forms and notices available online. Filling out the required forms ahead of time can speed your visit with us. Simply click on the button below and complete the forms before your first appointment with us



If you have questions about any of the paperwork, please give us a call at 224-488-3392 and our staff will be happy to help you.

We find that patients are more comfortable when they know what to expect on each step of a proposed treatment. As 65% of all learning is visual, we offer a three-dimensional animated presentation of all major periodontal and dental implant procedures. This computerized presentation (known as Consult Pro) has become a valuable aid in patient education.

Our goal is that you are completely informed concerning your condition and any treatment that will be performed.
We adhere to the highest professional standards of cleanliness, sterilization, and radiation control. Our staff regularly attends safety seminars and is quite knowledgeable on the latest techniques.
We know that preventing the spread of infectious diseases is critical. We use extensive sterilization procedures, going well beyond the guidelines recommended by the American Dental Association and Centers for Disease Control.

We use barrier techniques such as disposable masks and gloves and replace them with every new patient. Each piece of fixed operatory equipment is wiped-down with antibacterial solution prior to every clinical procedure. Sterile water delivery systems are utilized. We use autoclave sterilization for all instruments prior to dental examination and treatment. You can be assured that our staff has been specifically trained on sterilization procedures and their importance.
While no dental procedure is 100% comfortable, we go to great lengths to minimize any discomfort you might feel. Many of our patients make statements like, “This wasn’t even painful. How did you do that?” The following are some of the latest techniques we use to provide you with as comfortable an experience as possible:

Pre-medication


Patient comfort is one of the most important aspects of care. Different patients have different needs for pain and anxiety control medication. Depending upon the procedure and your wishes, there are many medications we can prescribe.

Patients with certain medical conditions (e.g. valvular heart conditions and artificial joints) may be asked to pre-medicate with antibiotics prior to treatment. We do this with your safety in mind. Please inform us if you have a condition that might require pre-medication.

Injections of Anesthesia


In the past, injections of dental anesthesia by others may have been uncomfortable. We recognize this and take extra care when preparing a patient for anesthetic. We use a topical anesthetic on your gums first to desensitize them and then administer the injection very slowly and precisely to reduce the burning sensation that can be experienced. These techniques ensure our patients have minimal, if any, discomfort during this portion of care.

Sedation


For those patients who would feel more comfortable with sedation, we offer nitrous oxide and oral sedatives to help you relax during your treatment. Your comfort is one of our primary concerns. If you have any questions about anesthesia or sedation, please do not hesitate to discuss these with us.

In addition, for your convenience, we offer:
•  Headphones with music in the operator
•  Television in the operatory and reception area

Schedule Your Initial Consultation Now!


Of course, the best way to learn more is always in person! If you need a top-level periodontist call 224-488-3392 and schedule your consultation today!

Glen Perio


2640 Patriot Blvd. Suite 140
Glenview, IL 60026
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