Getting to know Dr. Anna and our staff will be a fun and enjoyable experience for you, your child, and us. Our goal is to become a dental home that you enjoy coming back to time and time again. We hope to build a partnership with you and your child that will ensure a lifetime of good oral health. Below are several questions that you may have before your first visit.
What should I bring on my first visit?
On your first visit to our office, please bring your insurance cards, and our First Visit Packet already completed. If you do not bring it with you, please come 15 minutes early to ensure that we can see your child on time.
Do you accept insurance?
We accept many insurance plans and as a courtesy, we will submit your insurance claim for you. The portion that is not covered by the insurance company is due at the time of service.
It is a benefit to you to know and understand what your insurance benefits are, including deductibles and co-pays. Regrettably, we do not dictate insurance policies and can only work with them. We will make every effort to help you understand what your coverages are.
What can I expect to pay for my child’s visit?
If you have dental insurance and have provided your policy information to us, we will submit your insurance claim for you. The portion that is not covered by the insurance company is due at the time of service. Please contact our office and our team will be happy to provide you with an estimate of charges for your new patient visit.
My child may be nervous. How can you help?
It is quite normal for children to be nervous about their first dental visit. Dr. Anna and her team will go above and beyond to make your child comfortable in our office. As a pediatric specialist, she has special training in helping anxious children feel comfortable. We also have wonderful, caring team members who have all chosen to work here because they love working with children. You will also find our office to be designed in a way to help children feel more comfortable
Please read Bippo’s Story about his first visit to the dentist with your child before you come.
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