Patient Forms

New Patient Registration

This form needs to be filled out before your first dental appointment.


Medical History

This form needs to be filled out before your first dental appointment.


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Electronic Registration

Don’t want to print and complete patient forms manually? No problem! Click the button below to complete our online electronic registration now.


Electronic Registration

Office Policies


If you are a new patient, please arrive at our office 20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. If you are an existing patient we ask that you arrive at least 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment.


We are not a participating provider with all insurance providers, but will gladly file your insurance for you. We also have an in-house Dental Wellness program for patients who don’t have dental insurance.

We accept the following insurance providers:

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Delta Dental
  • Metlife
  • Cigna
  • United Concordia
  • Southland/Peehip



Patients can call for financing options at (251) 626-7226. We also accept credit and debit cards.

Dr. Sweeney is a member of the following organizations:



Common Questions

How often should I visit the dentist?

The answer to this question depends on each individual patient’s oral health. For patients with healthy gums, little or no history of decay, good homecare and no significant medical conditions, we can usually help you maintain optimal health by scheduling cleanings and check-ups twice a year. Not all patients fall under this category however. After performing a comprehensive exam, we will develop a plan together. It is our job to inform and educate you. We will discuss all of your treatment options, giving you the advantages and disadvantages of each procedure. You will never be pressured into making a decision. We customize each treatment plan to fit our patient’s needs and wishes.

What is your recommended daily routine for my teeth?

As a baseline, all patients should brush at least twice a day and ideally floss once a day. Daily flossing seems to be a major obstacle for most people. As a starting point, even flossing just twice a week would make a huge difference in the health of your gums.

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