Scheduling Your Appointment


Our office is open Monday through Friday. We rotate our workdays and hours, so please call to see if a date that is more convenient for you is available. We offer warm blankets, smiles, neck pillows, and entertainment. We ask that you do not bring small children to your treatment appointment. Due to safety and liability issues, only the patient will be allowed in the treatment room. 

We ask that you value our time just as much as we value yours. A cancellation fee will be added to your account if you do not give at least a 24-hour notice to reschedule or cancel your appointment. Higher fees can be applied for multiple teeth or Halcion appointments. We try our best to stay on schedule to minimize your wait. Due to the fact Gregory S. Simpson, DMD provides one on one care, we strive to always be on time, if you are on time, we can also be on time. You do not need to arrive earlier than your appointment check-in time, but if you are more than 15 minutes late, we may have to reschedule you for another day.  

If you have pain or an emergency, we will make every attempt to see you within 48 hours. If you are not a patient of record at our office, we can not call in pain medication or antibiotics for you. Sometimes, if you have a lot of pain or swelling, you will have to be on antibiotics prior to root canal treatment. 

Please call us at Columbus Office Phone Number 614-488-3333 with any questions or to schedule an appointment.

When you call, our friendly staff can help schedule your appointment. Please have available your dental insurance information, the general dentist’s name and location, and the tooth number that we will be treating. Also, let us know if you have dental anxiety. 

Please know whether the tooth/teeth we will be examining or treating have had any endodontic treatment in the past. Most referring dentists will give you a referral sheet to bring to our office. We will take our own digital X-rays at our practice. If you have concerns about digital X-rays, please read our X-ray section, found to your left under Endodontic FAQ.