What the Times Can Represent
If you need to be sure that you won't be sitting in a waiting room for hours, then you want to make sure you are one of the first appointments of the day, or the first appointment or two after lunch. The later in either of those shifts that you go, the more likely you are to face delays. If you aren't worried about what time you get out of the office, then there is no need to be one of the first appointments.
For people who need to fast off of food and beverages prior to a procedure, it is also important that you try and go in early. This way, you can go home following your procedure and eat and drink to get caught up for the day. If you tend to be anxious before going to see the dentist and you drink coffee in the morning, you may want to wait until the afternoon. That way, the caffeine is gone, you won’t be as fidgety, and you can be more relaxed during the procedure.
If you aren’t sure what is best, ask your dentist. They see patients all day long, and can help you fit into the perfect appointment slot for you. If you have any questions, or if you would like to learn more, please call us today at (408) 929-8991.