Your First Visit

After being greeted by our front desk team, they’ll help you complete our forms before escorting you to your treatment room. There, a member of our team will perform an initial exam as well as take some X-rays. Then, you’ll meet your dentist, who will spend some time getting to know you and ask what brought you to the dentist that day. After a thorough oral exam, they’ll discuss their findings with you as well as any additional treatments you might need. From there, you’ll have a chance to ask as many questions as you like.

Patient Forms

Want to save time starting at your very first appointment? Filling out our forms is essential to learning basic information about you, but we know this is far from anyone’s favorite thing to do. To make it a bit easier and cut down on your wait time, you now have the option to fill out our forms in the comfort of your own home. Just click on the link below to download them. When the day of your visit arrives, just bring the completed forms with you, and we’ll get you in to see your dentist right away.

Dental Insurance Accepted

We not only accept and will file most insurance plans, but our team will even handle the claim for you to make sure you’re getting the most out of your benefits. We’ll be able to answer any questions you might have about your coverage, and basically, we’ll make the process of saving on your care one of the easiest parts of your appointment. To see how we can use your particular plan, contact us today.

Understanding How Dental Insurance Works

Many people assume that traditional medical insurance and dental insurance are virtually the same, but this isn’t actually true. Medical insurance is designed around covering the cost of big emergencies, such as illnesses and physical injuries. On the other hand, dental insurance emphasizes prevention first. Most plans will pay for biannual dental checkups and cleanings, which means that patients will be more likely to have any potential problems diagnosed as early as possible, minimizing your year-to-year treatment cost.

What Your Dental Insurance Plan Covers

Please keep in mind that every dental insurance plan is a little bit different and you should confirm available benefits with the company before committing to treatment. That said, most plans will offer the following benefits:

  • Preventive care (such as biannual dental checkups and cleanings, fluoride treatment for children, etc) are covered at 100%
  • Minor restorative care (such as root canal therapy and tooth-colored fillings) are covered at around 70-80%.
  • Major restorative care (such as dentures, crowns, and bridges) are likely to be covered at or near 50%.

In some cases, orthodontic treatment may also receive partial benefits, depending on the circumstances. Cosmetic dentistry is NOT covered by most plans.

In-House Membership Plan

We provide a convenient and affordable alternative to dental insurance. There are a number of reasons people are uninsured, including the cost and complications of dental insurance. With a monthly payment, you can look forward to covering all of your preventative needs and receive savings on a number of necessary treatments. Call our office or ask about it during your next visit to learn more. **In-house membership does not include discounts for treatment given by specialists at other offices.**

Financing Available

Would it be easier for you to come to see us if you could break up the cost of your care into smaller monthly payments? We accept CareCredit, and with them, you can qualify for an easy to understand, a low-to-no interest financing plan that will help your dental care fit into your family budget. To explore your options and select a plan that works for you, simply click on the link below.

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