Pediatric Dentist Appointment Request | Michael J. Leach, D.D.S.
Our pediatric dental office attempts to schedule appointments at your convenience and when our schedule permits. We recommend scheduling preschool-aged children for morning appointments because they are fresher, and our team can work at a slower pace for their comfort. Additionally, we recommend that school-aged children who need extensive procedures done be scheduled for the morning as well. If you have any questions or concerns about requesting an appointment, please give our New Patient Coordinator a call at 770-521-8855.
Michael J. Leach, D.D.S. Appointment Request Form
We work off a rolling calendar and do our best to give you the appointment time(s) that you are your first choice. However, to exercise fairness to all our patient families, we ask you to please be flexible with scheduling and alternate morning and afternoon appointments. A friendly reminder that dental appointments are excused absences for school, and they can be kept to a minimum when regular dental care is performed daily.
What Happens Once I Submit an Appointment Request?
Once our team receives an appointment request form, we make sure that our New Patient Coordinator is notified. From there, she will contact the requesting party to complete a patient profile and schedule the initial appointment. Our new patient email containing pertinent information about our Alpharetta, GA pediatric dental practice, will be sent to you. There will be two links within the email leading you to our New Patient Paperwork, which is done completely online, and our Get to Know You worksheet for your child to complete. If your child is anxious about visiting our office, we welcome you to set up a pre-appointment tour where you and your child can come by the office located at 4895 Windward Pkwy. Suite 201, Alpharetta, GA 30004. Our New Patient Coordinator will meet you and walk you around, pointing out all the cool things that our office has to offer. Team Leach encourages your child to make themselves at home playing with the train table or video games, or even with Honey, our therapy dog.