Are you accepting new patients at your dental office?
How do I get to your St Louis, Missouri Dental Office?
Do you have a parking lot at your office?
Do I need to bring old x-rays from my previous dentist?
How much will it cost for a new patient visit?
What days/hours is your dentist office open?
Do you see children?
Do you accept my insurance?
While we are not preferred providers for any insurance, we do submit claims for our patients to all insurance companies. Although we expect payment at the time of service, if you have dental insurance, we’ll submit your claims for reimbursement to you. We will submit your claim in a timely fashion (most often electronically and on the date of service).
Is a cleaning included in the New Patient Process?
No, we feel that the best way to properly evaluate a patient’s mouth is to sit down and take our time evaluating the whole patient. This is a process that we do not want to rush and for this reason we do not include a cleaning during the first visit unless it is specifically requested at time of booking your appointment.
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