Insurance and Payments Accepted
NEW PATIENT INFORMATION
To make your transition to our office as easy as possible we have some forms that you can print and fill out in the comfort of your own home to bring with you to your first appointment below.
WHAT YOU NEED FOR YOUR FIRST APPOINTMENT:
* The forms you printed and filled out here
* Your drivers license
* Your dental insurance provider
NEW PATIENT FORMS: (Please click each form to download)
We look forward to meeting you! If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call our office. Our friendly office staff members are here to serve you.
METHODS OF ACCEPTED PAYMENTS:
We accept many forms of payments which include cash, personal check, and all major credit cards.
We also accept Care Credit for those who qualify. To learn more about Care Credit please give our office a call for any and all information you may need to get you started.
DENTAL INSURANCE PROVIDERS ACCEPTED:
Don't worry if you do not see your dental insurance provider, call our office to find out what other dental providers we accept.
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:
Click Here to learn about our 24 Emergency Services
DURING BUSINESS HOURS - In the event of an emergency during regular business hours please call our office immediately. If we are out of lunch please notify the answering service that it is an emergency and we will get right back to you. We strive to see most emergencies same day. Our office phone number is at the top of every page for your convenience.
AFTER HOURS - If you are experiencing an emergency after our regular business hours please call our office phone just as you would during normal business hours and notify the answering service that it is an emergency and we will get right back to you as soon as we can. Our office phone number is at the top of every page for your convenience.
FOR OUR YOUNGER PATIENTS
We accept patients as young as 5 years of age. Please remember that first visits to the dentist can be quite scary for our younger patients and that first big step in making it as easy as possible starts with you, the parent. We recommend parents start weeks prior to the visit with fun pictures to color such as the one we have provided below along with reading books like "The Berenstain Bears Visit the Dentist" by Jan and Stan Berenstain.
Other ways to ease fear for little ones is by talking about the environment and the "special" tools dentist get to use in fun details that they would understand. This prepares them while lessening the anxiety. Some phases we recommend to describe their visit to them would be:
* The cool camera that takes black and white pictures of the inside of their mouth
* The fun reclining chair that allows them to lay back
* The brights spotlight that will shine on them like movies stars
* The fun masks and gloves the doctor gets to wear like
Additional suggestions to help younger patients breeze through their visits
* Bring Ipods and headphones to help drown out the sounds and to calm them
* Playing pretend where you are the dentist and then they can be the dentist
* Watching fun videos with your child's favorite character visiting the dentist such as "Blues Clues Dentist Checkup"
* Bring favorite blanket, toy, or doll that is familiar to them and that will help calm them
Please click on any of the coloring pages below to print for your little one. We would love to share them with others if they would like to bring the coloring page(s) with them to their appointment.
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