Your First Visit
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We want your first visit to be the best experience possible. We have included below, 3 Steps to Appointment Preparation. Also find Insurance and Financing information.
We provide an evaluation prior to delivering any treatment. It’s been our experience that most patients will indeed require treatment. We build in enough time to treat at the same appointment. If you are coming for just an evaluation and are not desiring treatment the same day, please let our office staff know when you schedule your appointment. Most treatments are completed in one visit. Occasionally, a second visit may be needed depending on the status of your tooth and degree of infection.
Our number one goal is to provide patients with a calming experience where they can find comfort and healing.
Print off Forms
To expedite your care, you may download the registration form here. Please print and fill the form out ahead of time and bring it with you to your appointment.
Bring Important Info
Please bring any relevant information with you to the appointment. This includes your medical info, x-rays provided by your dentist, and the referral that your dentist gave you.
Please arrive 15-20 minutes prior to your appointment time if you are unable to download and fill out the registration form ahead of time. Let us know if have questions.
Dental Insurance Providers
For your convenience, we are in-network with several insurance companies. Please call to see if we accept your insurance. For many insurances, we are out-of-network and will still submit your insurance claim for you. Please be aware that your insurance likely only covers a portion of the costs. The percentage covered for endodontic treatment can range from 0-100% depending on your individual coverage.
No treatment will be provided until we have informed you of your out of pocket expense and you have agreed to proceeding. If you have insurance, we will calculate any deductibles and co-pays that your policy requires. Please keep in mind, that our calculations are estimates based off of the insurance information that you provide to us. Rarely, small adjustments may be required if your insurance makes adjustments after we have submitted your claim for you. All payments are required when treatment is rendered.