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Online Forms From Aurora, IL Implant Dentist Allows For Easy New Patient Registration

Leading cosmetic and implant dentists in Aurora, Drs. Samy Samaan and Mohammed Salamah of Midwest Dental Associates, improve practice productivity with online registration forms.

2010-08-12
AURORA, IL, August 12, 2010 (Press-News.org) Experienced cosmetic and implant dentists in Aurora, IL, Drs. Samy Samaan and Mohammed Salamah, have added new patient forms to their comprehensive practice website in order to enhance practice efficiency.

The newly added patient registration forms can be easily accessed from the new patient page on the practice's website. Prior to a first appointment, new patients can simply download the form, print it, complete the necessary fields and then bring it to the office. With necessary paperwork completed in advance, patients can spend more time getting to know the dentist and less time filling out forms.

"Our practice website has enabled us to communicate with patients more efficiently and effectively than ever. With registration forms available as well, patients can count on receiving the most convenient dental care possible from our Aurora office," said Dr. Samaan, Aurora dentist.

Midwest Dental Associates is operated by leading dentists in Aurora, IL, Drs. Samaan and Salamah. Bringing years of experience to the dental field, this full-service practice offers comprehensive care in all phases of dentistry, including cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and orthodontia. Both dental professionals are committed to continuing education and are active members of numerous dental associations across the country. Services include veneers, implants, braces, root canal therapy, Invisalign, whitening and more.

In addition to the newly added online forms, the educational website for this implant dentist in Aurora, IL includes a wide variety of valuable dental information, practice details and service descriptions. Whether a patient is looking to schedule an appointment, read up on a cosmetic treatment or preview special in-office offers, everything they need is conveniently available from their Aurora cosmetic dentist's website.

Additionally, patients can learn about the latest trends in dentistry by visiting the website's extensive gallery of educational videos. From dental decay and gum disease and orthodontia, this Aurora, IL implant dentist makes it easy for patients to understand the importance of good dental health.

When patients need quality dentistry, they turn to their Aurora, IL cosmetic dentist for dental care they can trust. The new forms further demonstrate the practice's commitment to improved practice efficiency and patient satisfaction.

About Midwest Dental Associates: Dr. Samy Samaan and Dr. Mohammed Salamah of Midwest Dental Associates are leading cosmetic dentists in Aurora. Offering a wide array of dental services and treatments, these highly-qualified implant dentists in Aurora, IL are trained and committed to all aspects of dentistry. Additionally, Drs. Samaan and Salamah are active members of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, the American Dental Association, and the Illinois State Dental Society, among others.

Media Contact:
Dr. Samy Samaan
drsamaan@midwestdentalassociates.com
1677 Montgomery Rd.
Aurora, IL 60504
630.499.9400
http://www.midwestdentalassociates.net


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[Press-News.org] Online Forms From Aurora, IL Implant Dentist Allows For Easy New Patient Registration
Leading cosmetic and implant dentists in Aurora, Drs. Samy Samaan and Mohammed Salamah of Midwest Dental Associates, improve practice productivity with online registration forms.