Need a New Dentist in Tyler, TX?
If you’re on the search for a new dentist in Tyler, TX, look no further than Ashley Laird, DDS, PLLC. We’d love to welcome you into our dental family. Our practice offers a wide selection of services and financial options so you can get the dental care you need without the stress. At our dental office, your health and your smile are in great hands!Request Appointment Financial Information
New Patient Forms
Want to save a little time at your initial appointment? Complete our new patient forms ahead of time! You can click on the button below, print the forms, and fill them out at home.
When you come into our office, you can simply hand them to our front desk staff. You’re still more than welcome to complete them in person too!Download New Patient Forms Notice of Privacy Practices
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does my treatment cost?
Until we see you in person, it’s pretty difficult to give you an accurate estimate for how much your dental treatment will cost. We need to perform an evaluation to get a better idea of your current oral health and the exact procedures you’ll need. That being said, we are more than happy to give you an estimate before you agree to any services. No surprises here!
Do you accept my insurance?
Our dental office is a Delta Dental Premier provider, and we can file to any PPO insurance. We also give detailed insurance estimates so patients don’t get shocked when they see their bill. Besides dental insurance, we also have two financing options so it’s easier to fit dental care into your budget.
What if I have dental fear or anxiety?
First off, we want to reassure you that this is a very common feeling. Tons of people get nervous when it comes to visiting the dentist. Besides our gentle, caring staff, we have a few things in place at our office to help you relax. For one, we have special, calming amenities that help you feel at home. We also have nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, available to calm your nerves.
How long will my appointment last?
That completely depends on what you’re visiting us for! If it’s your very first trip to our office, you can expect it to take around 1 hour to 1.5 hours. That gives us enough time to check you in, update any X-rays, perform a teeth cleaning and exam, and simply get to know you! If you know what procedure you’ll be coming in for, please feel free to ask one of our team members for an estimate.Contact Us