New Dental Patient Information – Milton, MA
Getting Ready for Your Visit
We’re excited that you’ve scheduled your first appointment at Thomas Family Dental Associates, and we look forward to meeting you and your loved ones so that we can help you improve and protect your precious smiles. There are a few things we want to make sure that you know before you arrive. Read on to learn more and be sure to call us if you have additional questions.
Your First Visit
During your initial appointment, we want to learn everything we can about you and your situation. We’ll take as much time as we need to listen to your dental-related goals and concerns so that we know what to look for during are examination and can point you in the direction of treatments that you could benefit from. Your first checkup will include digital X-rays and photographs that will give us a complete picture of your oral health. That way, we can figure out what your dental priorities need to be so that we can develop an appropriate treatment plan.
You’ll need to fill out some paperwork in preparation for your first appointment. These forms tell us more about your health history so that we can adjust your treatment accordingly. All of the files you need are available right here on our website; you can download them now by clicking the button below. If you print them out, complete them at home, and bring them with you to your appointment, you can speed up the check-in process and shave several minutes off the amount of time spent in our waiting room.
You can come to our team with any questions you might have about your insurance. We’re willing to accept almost any plan, and we’ll make sure that you fully understand what is and is not covered by your benefits. Furthermore, we’ll handle the process of filing the necessary claims, and we can help you explore alternate financial options in the event that you require care that insurance is not going to pay for.
We are in network with the following dental insurances:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Delta Dental Premier
- Ask our friendly team if we accept your insurance!
You should consider dental financing if a) you do not currently have a dental insurance plan, or b) you require a particularly extensive treatment plan that you won’t be able to pay for in its entirety right away. We can help you apply for CareCredit or LendingClub; these programs offer a variety of payment plans – generally with little to no interest – that allow you to pay for your care in a series of monthly installments. Find a plan that makes the most financial sense for your particular situation.