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We believe that providing our patients with the highest quality dental care starts with making the process as seamless as possible. That's why we offer a dedicated space on our website where you can book appointments, get helpful resources, and more. 

Book  your  Appointment

A minimum 48-hour notice is requested when cancelling or rescheduling to avoid a missed appointment charge of $50.00.

For established patients, a doctor is on call for after hour emergencies.  Please fill out an emergency request here. For a dental emergency, please call us at (763) 416 0011.

Need To request Xrays History? Please visit our Request Of Xrays section.

Your Comfort is Important  to Us

Our staff is trained to cater to people with dental anxiety and we have several special amenities to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible 

  • Enjoy a refreshing water in our waiting room.

  • Stay warm and comfortable with a cozy blanket.

  • Take advantage of our convenient wireless internet access.

  • Have a favorite artist or song? Let us know! We enjoy adding new music to our playlist, and we try to play what you like while you're here :)

  • Chapstick is also available in our waiting room.

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Dental Anxiety? 

Our goal is to help patients relax during their dental visit by discussing their fears in a non-clinical environment prior to any procedure. We set up a sedation consultation prior to any dental appointment regarding preventative or major procedures. Our friendly staff is also trained to administer the latest options in sedation dentistry, including:

  • Inhalation Sedation (Nitrous Oxide)

  • Oral Sedation 


*At this time, we do not offer IV sedation.

Interested in Scheduling with Us?

We typically set aside 90 minutes for a new, adult patient that the doctors have not seen before. We utilize this time to go over your dental history. In the 90-minute appointment, we are typically able to complete an exam, cleaning, and update any x-rays at this time. We always set aside this amount of time to ensure we are thorough. If the time allotted is not enough to complete everything, a second appointment may be needed.

  • If you have taken x-rays within the last 12 months, please request the previous dental office to forward them to our clinic. 


Please make sure you have the following materials:

Text Us:

(763) 416 - 0011



We appreciate your interest in scheduling an appointment at Grove Health Dental [Located at 9907 Maple Grove Parkway Maple Grove MN 55369].
If for any reason you need to cancel your appointment, we ask that you give us at least a 48-hour notice via phone call [not via voicemail or email] to avoid a cancellation fee of $50.
We will work with you to accommodate your schedule and make a new appointment as soon as possible.
Thank you for choosing Grove Health Dental and we look forward to seeing you soon!


Dental insurance card


Photo ID (In case of a minor, parent’s ID*)


List of medications you are currently on


IMPORTANT: A parent must accompany patients under 18 at all appointments


For your safety, please let us know if you have a medical condition that requires a pre-medication for any dental procedure. For example, hip or joint replacements Or if you’re on anticoagulant therapy (Warfarin, Plavix, Aspirin, etc)

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Release of Records Form

Are you needing to transfer your records? Please click the link below that addresses your situation.

Questions? Please text or call us!

(763) 416 0011

I'm new to Grove Health Dental, and I need to have my records sent to you.

I need my current records transferred to another clinic.

Patients Rights & Responsibilities

  • You have a right to choose your own dentist and schedule an appointment in a timely manner.

  • You have a right to know the education and training of your dentist and the dental care team.

  • You have a right to arrange to see the dentist every time you receive dental treatment, subject to any state law exceptions.

  • You have a right to adequate time to ask questions and receive answers regarding your dental condition and treatment plan for your care.

  • You have a right to know what the dental team feels is the optimal treatment plan as well as the right to ask for alternative treatment options.

  • You have a right to an explanation of the purpose, probably (short and long term) results, alternatives and risks involved before consenting to a proposed treatment plan.

  • You have a right to be informed of continuing health care needs.

  • You have a right to know in advance the expected cost of treatment.

  • You have a right to accept, defer or decline any part of your treatment recommendations.

  • You have a right to reasonable arrangements for dental care and emergency treatment.

  • You have a right to receive considerate, respectful and confidential treatment by your dentist and dental team.

  • You have a right to expect the dental team members to use appropriate infection and sterilization controls.

  • You have a right to inquire about the availability of processes to mediate disputes about your treatment (Adopted by the American Dental Association in 2009)

American Dental Association Leads Fight for Patient Rights 

The American Dental Association has supported legislation that will set a few basic rules to promote high-quality care and protect patients in an increasingly bottom line-driven health care system.

ADA member dentists have been instrumental in moving the patients' rights issue into the national spotlight. The nation appears closer than ever to finally seeing a comprehensive patients' bill of rights passed into law.

While Congress debates various versions of patient rights legislation, the insurance and managed care industries have long supported legislation that would fail to protect all privately insured Americans against unfair delays and denials of coverage by their health plans, according to the ADA. Some ill-fated bills left out critical protections, such as guaranteeing people the option of choosing their own doctors or creating mechanisms to address patients' grievances against health plans. One proposal even omitted freestanding dental plans, which could have left more than 120 million dental patients without these vital protections.

The American Dental Association continues to lobby for the enactment of bipartisan legislation to help ensure that health plans treat patients fairly and do not discriminate against dentists. Here are some of the key issues identified by the ADA:

  • Coverage for freestanding dental plans, which account for the vast majority of Americans who have dental coverage.

  • Patient choice, by guaranteeing access to at least one plan with a point-of-service option that allows patients the opportunity to choose their own doctors.

  • Health plan accountability, through the availability of impartial, external review and by holding plans accountable when their decisions to delay or deny care harm patients.

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