Your First Visit
Going to a new dentist for the first time can be an intimidating experience. At Oasis Dental, we strive to make your first visit as pleasant and painless as possible. That’s why we set aside special time during your initial visit to get to know you and make sure we thoroughly answer all of your questions.
WHAT TO EXPECT
We understand every patient comes to us with different needs and concerns. That’s why we take the time to learn your dental history, understand your previous dental experiences, and evaluate your future treatment options.
During your first visit, we will take a complete series of x-rays to evaluate your teeth and oral health. We will then perform a comprehensive dental evaluation to determine the best approach to meeting your dental needs.
Finally, we will help define the best treatment for you and explain how to reach your dental goals. We’ll also be happy to review the financial aspects of your treatment plan, and evaluate any insurance coverage you may have.
WHAT TO BRING
At your first visit, we will need to gather some important information about you. To ensure that we are able to provide the best care possible, please bring the following items to your appointment:
- Medical history forms and any additional health information.
- Dental insurance information, including your insurance card, social security number, and a valid form of identification.
- Method of payment for your visit.
- A list of questions or concerns that you may have regarding your treatment.
We accept most insurance programs and will gladly bill your insurance company. We ask that you pay your estimated portion at the time of service.
For our patients without insurance coverage, we accept cash and all major credit cards. We also offer several payment plans and credit options. See our financial coordinator for more information.
DOWNLOAD YOUR HEALTH HISTORY FORM
Click on the link below to download a Health History Form. Please print out this form, fill-in as much information as you can, and bring it with you to your first visit. This will help make your initial appointment much more efficient.