Forms & Information

Download Patient Health History Form (use child form for children under 13 years old) and complete before your initial dental appointment with our office. Extraction Information and Cool, Soft Diet Suggestions are for patients who have had an extraction. If you are looking for Basic Insurance Information, this form will explain general terms used in dental insurance. There is also information available on baby teeth from Dr. Hill, and fluoride, tooth eruption, toothbrushes, and sealants from theAmerican Dental Association.

Hill DMD Health History

Child Health History Form


ADA on Tooth Eruption

ADA on Floride

ADA on Sealants

ADA on Toothbrushes

Dr Hill on Baby Teeth

Post Operative Instruction

Cool Food Suggestions

What do you do for infection control?

Our office follows procedures recommended by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). These measures include: disinfectant hand soap, gloves, face masks, and eye protection, chemical disinfection of countertops and surfaces,

sterilization of all equipment, including dental hand-pieces, before every use, disposable materials as often as possible

How old should my child be for his/her first visit?

We recommend bring the child to the dentist with you or a sibling to watch what happens during a dental visit around 2 years old. If the child is interested, Dr. Hill will ask to count their teeth. This give your child a gentle introduction to the dental office. Most children begin cleanings around age 3 and have X-rays around 5 or 6 years old.